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I need to replace the deck that guides tile under blade. what is part # and how much$? does it include all necessary pieces?
Question: Blade Wobble
My D2400 of 7 years now has serious blade wobble even with a new blade, HELP please. I love my saw
Reply: Blade Wobble
Most likely you have gotten water in the gear reduction housing.Remove 612692-00 Gear Case Cover Assembly. and your grease will look brown and muddy.The water generally comes in from the armature bearing side so always replace the armature bearing and o-ring seal.Clean the case and install new grease and a new armature bearing and o-ring along with 612692-00 Gear Case Cover Assembly.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Replacing the brushes in the Dewalt Tile Saw is a very easy job. First carefully unscrew part number 614368-00 brush cap. Figure number 235 on the parts diagram. Then remove the old 5140024-30 brushes and replace them with the new ones. Sometimes the brushes will get stuck in the brush holders, you can use a pair of needle nose pliers or a pick to remove them. Make sure to unplug your saw from the power source before you do this job.
Question: 24000 Wet Tile Saw
i found a 24000 DeWalt tile saw in a garbage dumpster inside the regional landfill and took it home and it works..accept there is no sliding platform nor water tray...am unsure what part number is the entire thing that holds the tile and slides under the blade??