Diamond Blade Troubleshooting

PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION
Loss of Tension  lack of sufficient water supply make sure water supply is adequate and reaching the core near the collars
 diamond blade not aligned properly on saw make sure flanges are clean and all mounts are secure
 
Segment Loss diamond blade overheating apply enough water to cutting area
diamond blade type is too hard for surface being cut use diamond blade with a softer bond
 
Cracked Core diamond blade could be too hard for surface being cut use a softer bond blade
diamond blade is not mounted properly make sure blade is mounted correctly and saw is in good working condition
 
Slow Cutting Speed material being cut is too hard for blade. the material will wear away the diamond segments choose proper blade, make sure diamond segments are doing the cutting
 
Arbor Hole Out of Round  blade collar is loose tighten the arbor nut to ensure blade is adequately secure
  blade is not mounted properly make sure blade is mounted properly on the shaft diameter
 
Uneven Segment Wear  faulty equipment replace belts, bearings or arbor shaft
 
Wobbly Blade diamond blade was not properly handled and is bent blade needs to be replaced or flatened, if its under warranty, return to manufacturer
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