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usually if its missing cut it's not rotating fast enough, or the other thing it can be the blades have not been sharpened. some companies that make blades don't sharpen them so they can be handled, it will have a leading edge and you need a sharpening stone to put a cutting edge on the blade. and the blade has to be put in the right way round. flate top cutting edge bottom.
Is the belt slipping.
Are the blades installed the right way.and sharp Blades put on up side down will not cut.
Are the blades lowered to where they will cut.
Is the engine reved up where it should be.
You can put any blade in your saw as long as the diameter of the blade isn't bigger than your saw is made for and the hole in the blade fits the arbor properly. The number of teeth only affects the speed of cut and how smooth the cut is. Fewer teeth cut faster but leave a rougher cut edge. More teeth cut slower but leave a cleaner cut surface and edge.
a temp fix,put a thin rubber mat under your tile.my bridge saw does plunge cuts & has a knob on side of cutting head, your blade must have been changed somewhere even if changed with the same size blade some vary in overall size,good luck