20 Most Recent Target Portable Masonry Saw PS1411S Horsepower: 1 1/2. Blade Guard Capacity:14 Questions & Answers


http://us.husqvarnacp.com/

drop down menu "service"
click "service literature"
click "old target, dimas, partner literature"
enter model number
pdf has basic wiring diagram page 4 or so

Target Portable... | Answered on Sep 04, 2015


To start with what size circut are you trying to run the saw on? What ever the amperage is on the saw will draw almost 3 Xs the amperage rating of the saw on start up. If the circut is a 20 amp the breaker should hold long enough to start the saw. Also the saw should be the only thing running on the circut at the time. A 1-1/2 hp motor is a good size one aproximately 15.2 amps If you circut breaker is twenty amps and you still pop the breaker you may want to convert the motor to run on 220 volts as that will drop the load to approx. 7.6 amps Youcan run the saw on a 20 amp. 220 volt circut with no problem unless there is a problem with the motor. If the outlet is the only outlet on the circut it is an easy change to convert the circut.

Target Portable... | Answered on Mar 02, 2013


http://www.baldor.com/support/literature_load.asp?ManNumber=MN1240
You didn't give a model,here's a manual on their motors and the wiring diagrams,they start on page 2-9.It should get you there,or you can check out their other manuals on the same page .Take care!

Target Portable... | Answered on Jan 13, 2010


We are currently experiencing a problem with the target TA10100 wet saw. It will start up and immediately shutdown. The local authorized tool repair said that the part encased on the top of the Baldor motor is called a capacitor. we have yet to find out if this is the cause of the problem. Hope the information helps you because so far it hasn't helped us.

Target Saws | Answered on Oct 27, 2014


It's probably time for a new blade. If you are using a toothless diamond coated blade it can be difficult to see that the diamonds have been rubbed off. It drifts because it cuts more easily on the side of the blade where you have more diamond left. Be sure to use enough water to keep the blade from shedding it's diamonds too soon.

Target Saws | Answered on Dec 18, 2012


If you have access to an ammeter, check the draw when the saw starts. I don't know what the rating of the saw is but I doubt it's more than 30A. If the startup draw is more than 30A the saw may have a short in the starting circuit. If it's less than 30A the breaker may be bad; change the breaker and retry.

Target Saws | Answered on Jun 27, 2011


May I get the make and model # to help you more

Target Saws | Answered on May 19, 2011


fyi, target tile saws and felker tile saws are made by the same company, and you can find both of them on line. your best bet is to take your saw to a tile distributor that sells saws and they will get what you need , good luck

Target Saws | Answered on Jul 08, 2009


You may wanna check the Conveyor Cart Wheel. Replacing this wheel maintains smooth rolling action which contributes to straight, chip-free cuts.

It costs for only about $28.72. Here, you may check this link if you wish to buy the Conveyor Cart Wheels:

http://www.diamond-blades.net/target_tile_saw_access.html

Unfortunately, I couldn't find any service center where you can bring your Target Tile saw for repair. But you may check the manufacturer's contact number on the user's manual.

Have a great day!

Target Saws | Answered on May 30, 2009

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