Guide :Saws : Heavy - Duty 10" Wet Tile Saw - D24000

Crooked cuts I have a 10" wet saw that has cut lots of tile in the last year and is in mint condition. I went to cut a peice of 12" marble and the blade starts to wobble as soon as it comes in contact with tile. It free spins true and I even went and bought a new blade. Starts to wander and blade flex as soon as it comes in contact with tile still. Blade is tight on arbor and water is flowing well. Have cut this same tile about a week ago with no problem. Also blade seems to be square with table. Any advice?

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Crooked cuts I have a 10" wet saw that has cut lots of tile in the last year and is in mint condition. I went to cut a peice of 12" marble and the blade starts to wobble as soon as it comes in contact with tile. It free spins true and I even went and bought a new blade. Starts to wander and blade flex as soon as it comes in contact with tile still. Blade is tight on arbor and water is flowing well. Have cut this same tile about a week ago with no problem. Also blade seems to be square with table. Any advice?


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.
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Tile saw began having trouble starting. I would


Your motor brushed sound like they're gone bad. Some electric motors have two small plugs on the side which house the brushes. See if yours has this and get new parts. The other possibility is that the bearings are corroded and has built up enough resistance to stop everything.Might not be able to replace those, however.
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I have a Delta 36-600 contractor saw that has been a great performer for the past 10+ years. But now it's got a problem that we can't figure out or fix.I work primarily with acrylic plastic. The problem started with resistance when cutting and the signs of a worn belt. Replaced the belt but the "bogging down" continued. Thinking perhaps the bearings were worn out in the original motor, we replaced the motor with a new direct driven, no belt, motor. Still boggs down. Upon further inspection we noticed that the drag was caused by the material binding the rear of the blade. Enters the blade fine but as the material exits the blade, it is pressing against the rear of the blade. The largest piece I cut is 24" square and it can be tough to get the entire length through. Checked the alignment of the fence and it was only slightly off. Aligned the fence and the material still binds the rear of the blade. We have tried a variety of blades (designed for plastics) that worked fine before, plus newly sharpened blades and brand new "non-melt" blades for plastics. After making several adjustments and no fix, it is the theory of my "saw specialist" that the problem lies with the acrylic, expanding due to heat. He believes the problem has to be with the material...something has changed in the composition... because there is nothing more to check or replace on the saw. I'm not convinced. I've checked the material and the blade after cutting and neither are hot. In addition, I've cut other material and the rear of the blade still binds. Plus, when trimming/cutting small pieces, 5" in width, once it cuts I can exit the blade from the front instead of the rear. After cutting these small pieces they clear the front of the blade fine but will not clear the rear of the blade without binding. If the acrylic is expanding after cutting and his theory is correct, shouldn't it also bind these small pieces in the front? I think how the blade is contacting the material is out of alignment. Any ideas on what's causing the binding of material, rear of the blade only? What is left for us to check?


Use an compressed air to cool plastic as it passes through rear of blade.This will also remove debris and cool material.
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How do I take the cutting blade off a Mastercraft wet tile saw model #55-6829-4. I keep turning the ceramic like washer counter clock wise and it doesn't come off.


You have to stop the blade turning. Grip it with some locking pliers but it might damage the blade. Or jam it with a piece of wood/ stone and undo the nut.
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Ryobi WS721 wet tile saw blade wont turn on start up


I just got one of these and the same thing happened, arbor spun slow and hummed. I fixed the problem by removing the motor mounting bolts I wiggled the motor and the arbor spun like a champ. When I reinstalled the bolts I checked the motor after each bolt. What I discovered was the bolts where the cause of the binding so I relieved the pressure by loosening the bolts a quarter turn each. Saw now works perfect. Design flaw!
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