This saw has been a real workhorse, I use it for cutting 3/8" bars from marble, granite, onyx, travertine and flagstone. Never had any problems, always wash it after each use, dry thoroughly. The other day I set up ready for cutting and hit the switch, checked power source all the same except it did not start? It is the QEP no. 22500 7" wet saw, 4.8 amp
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probably fried the pump. If you replace the pump go to a hardward store and get a pump there..lots cheaper than willcall at ur tile dist center. Or the hoses are clogged if you do a lot of Travertine and stone cutting. One more possibility is where it plugs in on the saw may have shorted out.
You are going to cut a double bowl vanity top in half and use the 2 sinks? Do you have enough room on each side for the tops to be at least 24" with the bowl in the middle? You need a diamond saw, water cooled, a skilsaw will work with a diamond blade and somebody hold a hose on it while it is cutting, it would be better to find somebody, a granite top maker with a bridge saw to cut it for you, nice and straight. Then polish the cut edges that show. That stone you have is a pretty tough stuff, you can polish it easier than granite, and it cuts easier, but you still need the diamond, I wouldn't use a dry blade or a carborundum blade. Hope this helps.
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the best filler is epoxy,your best bet is to go to a marble and granite fabricating company,they will sell you the resin and they will tint it the right color, so all you have to do is add the hardener and fill where needed,they would probably charge you 5 to 10 dollars,this would save you from buying the epoxy resin,hardener,and the green tint, most of these shops that install granite have people there that will tell you how to apply it to your tiles.good luck
Well you should seal your granite counter at least once every two years because granite is pourus. Theres something called Granite Guard you can use to seal your counters and other different sealers as well. You can pick some up at your local home and garden supply store.