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7" BRIDGE. TILE SAW. WITH STAND. Owner's Manual & Safety Instructions. Save This Manual .... that has an outlet that looks like the one illustrated above ... Use saw-blade guard and spreader for every .... arms and shoulders. To reduce the.
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Tile saws are designed to use a diamond blade, and to keep it wet. That's not something you want with a wood blade, nor with wood. The speed of a tile saw is much slower than a good wood saw. I wouldn't try it.
The Ridigid WTS2000L Tile saw is actually built by Chervron North America and not directly supported by Ridgid. You can reach them at 866-974-3443. This is a direct line for WTS2000L service. Hope this helps.Positive feedback always welcome :)
if waters not getting to the blade you will see the powder of what ever your cutting coming off the back of machine,i like to put my pump in a bucket of water under the drain plug instead of puting the pump in the water tray,you can run bigger tubing up to the blade and reduce it down and it will give you better presure,good luck
the problem is probably the slide cart you set tile on to push it into the blade,on the right side theres a roller you can adjust the the height of the tray,or look at the very bottom of the cutting arm,left hand side,on the outside,where its painted red, theres 2 bolts that hold the cutting arm to the frame of the saw body,try this first, i bet nuts got loose and the cutting arm dropped a tiny bit screwing everything up
Its either the speed of the blade ( mine came with its speed at half rate), or its the crappy blade they give you with the saw. If a cut is bowing your blade is having a tough time with material. This often happens with tough porcelain tiles and not using a porcelain blade.
i dont know where your located at, but when i need any parts for my tile saws i get them at the tile shop, that sells me the tile, most good tile distributors sell tile saws and most carry parts for saws targets a great saw and a good tile store will probably have those roller bearings in stock.good luck.chad