Question about Saws
I cut the plant in to. The one your tile sets on to cut
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: crooked cuts
The bearings in your saw need to be replaced. I would contact a DeWalt store to obtain the parts or have them do the repair. You have an excellent saw there, well worth repairing. good luck.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
SOURCE: Tile Saw
i know blades on tile saws don't have to be super tight, i'm not familar with that kind of saw, i put a wrench on the nut and hold on to the blade with my hand and hit the wrench with a rubber mallet, and of course have the unit unplugged
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: Tile Saw Troubleshooting
if your blade is newer or even well used,one way to make it cut better is find a used brick or a piece of a concrete block and cut through them,what really works best is a carborundum stone that setters use to hone cut edges of tile,you can get 1 at any tile store or home depot for 5 bucks. another trick is to lightly pull up on the table towards end of cut, if they keep breaking at end of cut, and you have the gauge set simply flip tile up side down and start your cut then back it off flip it over and cut through. all saw cuts leave minor chips on cut edge, we always stone cuts. cutting a brick cleans debris off blade. MAKE SURE WATER IS PRESENT WHEN CUTTING
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
It might need a new blade. But try putting an old tile or offcut behind the tile you are cutting. Make sure the table surface is clean and flat. Residue tends to build up around the front of the blade which could cause the tile to crack. The ryobi's have a habit of water getting into the motor and the bearing destroys itself. Next time you take the blade off, take of the blade support and put bearing grease behind the rubber washer. I've blown up two this year until I worked out what the problem was.
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: wobble blade /rough cuts
Another option: get the Harbor freight wet saw and a blade, then polish it up for Ebay or Craig's List after you are finished. You'll probably recoup a good chunk of the purchase price (and you won't trash your cut-off saw).
Posted on May 30, 2009
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