Electrolux 2005-04 Operator`s manual

Operators Manual, Super Tilematic G2, 2005-04, 542 20 10-38
Super Tilematic G2
STM 10100 G2
STM 10100SS G2
Operator’s manual
Read these instructions carefully and
make sure you understand them before
using the TARGET Tilematic G2.
Manual de
Instrucciones
Antes de utilizar TARGET Tilematic G2
lea bien el manual de instrucciones
hasta comprender su contendo.
Manuel d’utilisation
Lire attentivement et bien assimiler le
manuel d’utilisation avant de se servir
TARGET Tilematic G2.
542 20 10-38
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EVERY MACHINE IS THOROUGHLY TESTED BEFORE LEAVING THE FACTORY. EACH MACHINE IS SUPPLIED
WITH A COPY OF THIS MANUAL. OPERATORS OF THIS EQUIPMENT MUST READ AND BE FAMILIAR WITH
THE SAFETY WARNINGS. FAILURE TO OBEY WARNINGS MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH. FOLLOW
INSTRUCTIONS STRICTLY TO ENSURE LONG SERVICE IN NORMAL OPERATION.
CONTENTS
Symbol Definitions ................................................................................................................................................. 3 - 5
Hearing Hazard Warning ............................................................................................................................................ 5
Decal Descriptions and Locations ......................................................................................................................... 6 - 7
Safety Warnings - DOs & DO NOTs ...................................................................................................................... 8 - 9
Figures:
Figure 1 ....................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2 ....................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3 ....................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4 ....................................................................................................................................................................
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Instructions:
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Features .......................................................................................................................................................... 11
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Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................ 11
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Machine Set-Up ........................................................................................................................................11 - 13
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Operating Procedure ...................................................................................................................................... 13
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Adjustable Lockbar With Depth Linking Protection ......................................................................................... 13
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Manual Thermal Overload .............................................................................................................................. 14
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Recommended Extension Cords .................................................................................................................... 14
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Alignment Procedures .................................................................................................................................... 14
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Profile Wheel Set-Up and Use ................................................................................................................. 14 - 15
10. Plunge Cutting ................................................................................................................................................ 15
11. Maintenance Procedures ................................................................................................................................ 15
12. Water Pump, Trouble Shooting Procedure ..................................................................................................... 15
13. Repairs ........................................................................................................................................................... 15
14. Spare Parts ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
15. Tile Cutting Accessories ................................................................................................................................. 16
Wiring Diagrams ............................................................................................................................................... 17 - 18
Warranty ................................................................................................................................................................... 19
NOTE:
Part Numbers that have an ASTERISK (*) suffix may not be active 9-digit numbers.
The '542' prefix have been added to current 6-digit part numbers and '0' to 8-digit
part numbers.
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Symbol Definitions
Symboles
Definición De Los Simbolos
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Please read the instructions for use prior to operating the machine for the first time.
Avant toute mise en service, lire attentivement la notice et se familiariser avec la machine.
Antes de la puesta en marcha, lea detenidamente las instrucciones y familiaricese con la máquina.
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Mandatory
Obligatoire
Obligatorio
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Indication
Indicazione
Indicación
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Prohibition
Interdiction
Prohibición
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Warning Triangle
Triangle d’advertissement
Triángwulo De Advertencia
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Wear Eye Protection
Port obligatoire des lunettes de protection
Usar Gafas De Protección
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Wear Head Protection
Port Obligatoire Du Casque Et Des Écouteurs
Usar Casco De Protección
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Wear Breathing Protection
Port obligatoire d’un masque respiratoire protecteur
Usar Máscara De Protección
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The Use Of Ear Protection Is Mandatory
Port obligatoire da casque antibruit
Es Obligatorio El Uso De Protección Auditiva
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Wear a Hard Hat
Port Obligatoire Da Casque Antibruit
Usar Casco Duro
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Wear Safety Shoes
Port obligatoire des chaussures de sécurité
Usar Zapatos De Seguridad
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Wear Appropriate Clothing
Port obligatoire de la tenue appropriée
Usar Ropa Adecuada
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Remove The Blade Prior To Hoisting, Loading, Unloading And Transporting The Machine On Jobsite.
Démontage Obligatoire Du Disque En Cas D’élingage, De Chargement, De Déchargement Et
DeTransport Sur Le Chantier.
Desmontar El Disco Antes De Desplazar, Cargar, Descargar O Transportar La Máquina En La Obra.
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Motor Off
Arrêt Du Moteur
Parar El Motor
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Use In Well Ventilated Area
A Utiliser Dans Un Endroit Bien Ventilé
Usar En Una Área Bien Ventilada
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Do Not Use In Flammable Areas
Ne Pas Utiliser Dans Des Ambiances Comportant Un Risque D’incendie
No Usar In Áreas Inflamables
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Machinery Hazard, Keep Hands And Feet Clear.
Danger! Rester À Distance De La Machine
Máquina Peligrosa - Mantenga Manos Y Pies Alejados De La Máquina
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No Non-working Personnel In Area
Zone Interdite Au Personnel Non-Ouvrier
Prohibido Para Personas Ajenas A La Obra
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No Smoking
Défense De Fumer
No Fumar
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Do Not Operate Without All Guards In Place
Ne Pas Utiliser Avant D’avoir Installé Toutes Les Protections
No Operar Sin Todas Las Protecciones In Su Sitio
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Always Keep the Blade Guards In Place
Toujours Vérifier Que Les Protections De Disque Sont Bien En Place
Mantenga Siempre Las Protecciones De La Hoja En Su Sitio
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Keep Work Area Clean/Well Lit, Remove All Safety Hazards
La Zone De Travail Doit Toujours Être Propre, Bien Éclairée Et Ne Présenter Aucun Risque
Mantenga Limpio El Sitio De Trabajo/Bien Iluminado, Elimine Todos Los Riesgos De Seguridad
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Dangerously High Noise Level
Niveau De Bruit Dangereux
Nivel De Ruido Elevadamente Peligroso
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Pay Extreme Attention To The Care And Protection Of The Machine Before Starting Up
Accorder Une Très Grande Attention Á La Sécurité Et À La Préparation De La Machine Avant De
Commencer À Travailler
Ponga Extrema Atención Al Cuidado Y Preparación De La Máquina Antes De Ponerla En Marcha
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Remove Tools From Area and Machine
Enlever Les Outils De La Zone De Travail Et De La Machine
Elimine Las Herramientas Del Área Y De La Máquina
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Electrical Switch - OFF
Interrupteur électrique-arrêt
Conmutador De Apagado Eléctrico
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Electrical Switch - ON
Interrupteur électrique-marche
Conmutador De Encendido Eléctrico
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Electrical Switch - Start
Interrupteur électrique-démarrage
Conmutador De Arranque Eléctrico
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Repairs Are To Be Done By An Authorized Dealer Only
Les réparations ne peuvent être exécutées que par un distributeur agréé
Las Reparaciones Deben Ser Efectuadas Únicamente Por Un Distribuidor Autorizado
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Diamond Blade
Disque diamanté
Sierra Diamantada
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Blade Diameter
Diamètre De Disque
Diámetro De La Hoja
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Pulley Diameter
Diamètre De Poulie
Diámetro De La Correa
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Number of Revolutions Per Minute, Rotational Speed
Nombre De Tours/Minutes, Vitesse De Rotation
N° De Revoluciones Por Minuto, Velocidad De Rotación
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Blade Flange Diameter
Diamètre Du Flasque De Disque
Diámetro De La Brida De La Hoja
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Blade Cutting Depth
Profondeur De Coupe Du Disque
Profundidad De Corte De La Hoja
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Machine Mass (lbs)
Poids De La Machine (en lbs)
Masa De La Máquina (lbs)
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Electric Motor
Moteur Électrique
Motor eléctrico
WARNING
HEARING HAZARD
DURING NORMAL USE OF THIS MACHINE, OPERATOR MAY BE EXPOSED TO A NOISE
LEVEL EQUAL OR SUPERIOR TO 85 dB (A)
ATTENZIONE!!!
RISCHIO DE LESIONE ALL’APPARATO UDITIVO
NELLE NORMALI CONDIZIONI DI UTILIZZO,
QUESTA MACCHINA PUÒ COMPORTARE PER L’OPERATORE ADDETTO UN ESPOSIZIONE
ACUSTICA DI LIVELLO PARI O SUPERIORE A
85 dB (A)
ATENCION
RIESGO DE DAÑO AUDITIVO
EN CONDICIONES NORMALES DE UTILIZACIÓN, EL OPERADOR DE ESTA MÁQUINA PUEDE
ESTAR EXPUESTO A UN NIVEL DE RUIDO IGUAL O SUPERIOR A 85 dB (A)
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DECAL DESCRIPTIONS & LOCATION
P/N 542 18 70-43*
Location: Top of Belt Guard
P/N 542 04 63-26*
Location: Motor Assembly
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P/N 542 18 92-47*
Location: Elec. Motor
P/N 542 04 63-27*
Location: Motor Assembly
DECAL DESCRIPTIONS & LOCATION
P/N 542 20 30-64
Location: Both Sides of Pan
P/N 542 18 97-36*
Location: Front of Pan
P/N 542 18 97-31*
Location: Blade Guard & Belt Guard
P/N 542 18 76-91*
Location: Belt Guard Top
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SAFETY FIRST!
WARNINGS
DO’s AND DO NOT’s
WARNING: FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE WARNINGS AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS BODILY INJURY.
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read this entire operator’s manual before operating this machine. Understand all warnings, instructions, and controls.
keep all guards in place and in good condition.
wear safety approved hearing, eye, head and respiratory protection.
read and understand all warnings and instructions on the machine.
read and understand the symbol definitions contained in this manual.
keep all parts of your body away from the blade and all other moving parts.
know how to stop the machine quickly in case of emergency.
turn the “ON/OFF” switch to the “OFF” position prior to connecting the machine to the power source.
inspect the blade, flanges and shafts for damage before installing the blade.
use the blade flange size shown for each blade size.
use only the blade flanges supplied with the saw. Never use damaged or worn blade flanges.
use only blades marked with a maximum operating speed greater than the blade shaft speed. Verify speed by
checking blade shaft rpm and pulley diameters and blade flange diameters.
verify saw drive configuration by checking blade shaft RPM, pulley diameters, and blade flange diameter.
read all safety materials and instructions that accompany any blade used with this machine.
inspect each blade carefully before using it. If there are any signs of damage or unusual wear, DO NOT USE THE
BLADE.
mount the blade solidly and firmly. Wrench tighten the arbor nut.
make sure the blade and flanges are clean and free of dirt and debris before mounting the blade on the saw.
use the correct blade for the type of work being done. Check with blade manufacturer if you do not know if blade is
correct.
use caution and follow the instructions when loading and unloading the machine.
operate this machine only in well ventilated areas.
instruct bystanders on where to stand while the machine is in operation.
establish a training program for all operators of this machine.
clear the work area of unnecessary people. Never allow anyone to stand in front of or behind the blade while the motor
is running.
make sure the blade is not contacting anything before starting the motor.
use caution when lifting and transporting this machine.
always tie down the machine when transporting.
use caution and follow instructions when setting up or transporting the machine.
have all service performed by competent service personnel.
make sure electric powered machines are plugged into a properly grounded circuit.
make sure power cords are the proper size and in good condition.
maintain a secure grip on the material being cut.
clean the water tray frequently.
verify the blade arbor hole matches the machine spindle before mounting the blade.
clean the machine after each day’s use.
follow all electrical codes in your area.
consider work area environment. Don’t expose power tools to rain. Don’t use power tools in wet locations.
use caution to guard against electric shock. Prevent body contact with grounded surfaces (i.e., pipes, radiators,
ranges, refrigerators).
use correct voltage and proper extension cords. Never carry tool by cord or yank it to disconnect it from receptacle.
Keep cord away from heat, oil and sharp edges.
always carry the machine with the motor stopped.
disconnect tools from power source when not in use, before servicing and when changing accessories.
carefully maintain and clean for better and safer performance. Follow instructions for changing accessories. Inspect
tool cords periodically and, if damaged, have repaired by authorized service facility.
only cut in a straight line.
only saw as deep as the job specifications require.
always give a copy of this manual to the equipment user. If you need extra copies, call TOLL FREE 1-800-288-5040.
SAFETY FIRST!
WARNINGS
DO’s AND DO NOT’s
WARNING: FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE WARNINGS AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS BODILY INJURY.
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operate this machine unless you have read and understood this operator’s manual.
operate this machine without the blade guard, or other protective guards in place.
stand behind or in front of the blade path while the motor is running.
leave this machine unattended while the motor is running.
operate this machine when you are tired or fatigued.
use a wet blade without adequate water supply to the blade.
exceed maximum blade speed shown for each blade size. Excessive speed could result in blade breakage.
operate the machine if you are uncertain of how to run the machine.
use damaged equipment or blades.
touch or try to stop a moving blade with your hand.
cock, jam, wedge or twist the blade in a cut.
transport a cutting machine with the blade mounted on the machine.
use a blade that has been dropped or damaged.
use carbide tipped blades.
use abrasive blades.
use conventional abrasive blades with water.
touch a dry cutting diamond blade immediately after use. These blades require several minutes to cool
after each cut.
use damaged or worn blade flanges.
allow other persons to be near the machine when starting or when the machine is in operation.
operate this machine in an enclosed area unless it is properly vented.
operate this machine in the vicinity of anything that is flammable. Sparks could cause a fire or an explosion.
allow blade exposure from the guard to be more than 180 degrees.
operate this machine with the belt guard or blade guard removed.
operate this machine unless you are specifically trained to do so.
use a blade that has been over heated (Core has a bluish color).
jam material into the blade.
grind on the side of the blade.
lay power cords in or near the water.
replace the motor with any motor that does not have a special grounding connection.
cut deeper than 1" per pass with a dry blade. Step out to achieve deeper cuts.
start cutting with a saw until you have a clear work area and secure footing.
operate this machine while using drugs or alcohol.
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This saw was designed for certain applications only. DO NOT modify this saw or use for any application other
than for which is it was designed. If you have any questions relative to its application, DO NOT use the saw until
you have written Electrolux Construction Products and we have advised you.
Electrolux Construction Products
17400 West 119th Street
Olathe, Kansas 66061
In USA 1-800-288-5040
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FIGURE 1
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E
I
O
F
J
K
G
L
H
M2
1
4
M1
R
3
A
B
N
2
D
Q
P
C
A.
Set Collars
(See Fig. 2 for Plunge Cutting Components)
1.
Cutting Head Assembly: Includes water tube
assembly (H)}
B.
Bearing Cap
2.
Frame Assembly
C.
Locking Knob
3.
Water Pan Assembly
D.
Lockbar
4.
E.
Water Pump
Conveyor Cart Assembly Carton {Cart
Assembly (4) and Rip Guide (R)}
F.
Hose Barb
5.
G.
Water Valve
H.
Water Tube Assembly
I.
Water Tube Ports
Water Pump and Accessory Carton: Includes
Water Pump (E), Hose Barb (F), Water Valve
(G), 15/16" Wrench (N), Drain Plug (P), Locking Knob (C) with 5/16" Flatwashers, Bearing
Caps (B) w/ 5/16” Fasteners.
J.
Blade Guard
K.
Blade
L.
Blade Shaft Nut
M1. Inner Blade Flange
M2. Outer Blade Flange
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N.
Wrench
O.
Electrical Pigtail for Water Pump
P.
Drain Plug
Q.
Guides
R.
Rip Guide
MANDATORY
INSTRUCTION
INDICATION
INFORMATION
Use only blades marked with a maximum
operating speed greater than the blade shaft
speed.
PROHIBITION
WARNING
Before starting up the machine, make sure
you read this entire manual and are familiar
with the operation of this machine.
These signs will give
advice for your safety
The working area must be completely clear,
well lit and all safety hazards removed.
Before leaving our factory every machine is thoroughly
tested.
Follow our instructions strictly and your
machine will give you long service in normal
operating conditions.
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Benefits
The new, improved blade guard offers simplified blade
installation and removal - maximum 10" (254mm)
blade capacity. The external water tube assembly (H)
is removable for easy maintenance.
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Features
1-1/2 HP, High Torque (HT) 115V/60/1 motor on
standard saw.
Use:
Sawing of any kind of tile, up to 31" (787mm).
Diagonal on 22" x 22" (559 x 559mm) tile.
Tools: Rip Guide comes standard on all tile saws.
See Tile Cutting Accessories on page 19.
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The dependable, high volume, submersible coolant
pump features a screened intake.
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The motor and pump power cords are securely
mounted directly into the Motor Housing (O).
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The removable Drain Plug (P) at the back end of the
pan permits easy coolant draining and quick sludge
clean out. The Water Pan (3) is removable for easy
cleaning.
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The free-rolling Conveyor Cart (4) is aligned for
straight, smooth cuts. The Back Stop with ruler allows
fast mounting and adjustment of the Rip Fence (R)
and optional accessories.
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Makes diagonal cuts on 22" x 22" (559 x 559 mm)
tile. Can make 31” (787mm) rip cuts.
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Full-size belt shield and belt protection.
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The adjustable pan allows the operator to cut tile
comfortably with a full view and control of work with
minimum stretching.
(For information or availability of other accessories
contact your Target supplier.)
Blade Capacity: Rim Ø 10" (254mm) - bore 5/8"
(15,9mm).
Profile Wheel: Rim Ø 6" (152mm) - bore 5/8"
(15,9mm).
Blade Rotation: Counter-Clockwise (CCW).
Depth of Cut: 3-3/4" (95mm) with 10" (254mm) blade.
Horsepower:
Voltage:
Hertz:
F.L. Amperages:
1-1/2
115
60
14.6
1-1/2
115/230
60
17.2/8.6
Blade Shaft RPM: 2760
3880
Weight: lb. (kg.)
105 (48)
110 (50)
Dimensions - L x W x H: in 51-1/4" x 26-7/16" x 22-5/4"
(mm)
(1,302 x 671 x 575)
Conveyor Cart - L x W: in (mm) 16 x 16-1/2" (406 x 419)
Pan Holding Capacity: 12 gallons (46.1 liters)
Water Pump Output: 100 gal/hr. (378 l /hr.) Standard
300 gal/hr. (1135 i/hr.) Optional
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Machine Set-Up
See Figure 1
The operator must wear
protective
clothing
appropriate to the work he
is doing.
Any persons not involved in the work should
leave the area.
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Remove all items from the shipping carton and
identify:
1. Cutting Head Assembly (1): Includes Water
Tube Assembly (H)
2. Frame Assembly (2)
3. Water Pan Assembly (3)
4. Conveyor Cart Assembly {Cart Assembly (4) and
Rip Guide (R)}
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mended that the tubing and electrical cord exit
out the back through the indented area of the
pan.
5. Insert the male plug into the Receptacle (O) on
the motor. The Water Pump (E) will start when
the motor is turned on. For dry cutting, the water pump should be unplugged or removed to
prevent damage to the pump.
NOTE: THE MOTOR WATER PUMP OUTLET IS
NOT TO BE USED AS A GENERAL PURPOSE
CONVENIENCE OUTLET. USE FOR CONNECTION
OF THE SUPPLIED WATER PUMP ONLY.
5.
Water Pump and Accessory Carton: Includes
Water Pump (E), Hose Barb (F), Water Valve
(G), 15/16" Wrench (N), Drain Plug (P), Locking
Knob (C) with 5/16" flatwasher, Bearing Caps
with 5/16” Capscrews & Flatwashers.
6. Literature Assembly Envelope
NOTE: Check the carton and all packing filler for loose
parts and optional accessories (if ordered).
IF ANY PARTS ARE MISSING OR DAMAGED, PLEASE
CONTACT YOUR TARGET CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR
INSTRUCTIONS.
CALL 1-800-288-5040
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Set the Frame Assembly (2) on a flat surface or on a
TARGET® folding stand.
Install the Water Pan Assembly (3) between the four
Guides (Q) on the Frame Assembly (2). Locate the
Pan with the Drain Plug (P) at the operating end with
the two Stops located on the bottom of the Pan (3)
straddling the front leg of the Frame. The Water Pan
Assembly (3) should slide freely back and forth on
the Guides (Q) with little lateral movement. Adjust if
needed.
Install the Cutting Head Assembly (1):
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3.
Set the Cutting Head Assembly (1) on the pivot
bar up between the two Set Collars (A). The
set collars have been pre-set at the factory to
align the blade with the slot in the center of the
cart; it can be adjusted if needed.
Using the 5/16” Capscrews and Lockwashers
provided, install the two Bearing Caps (B) to the
bottom of the Cutting Head. Next, tighten the
Capscrews with the wrench provided to securely
hold the Cutting Head (1) onto the pivot bar, but
loose enough so it can be moved up or down.
Insert the Locking Knob (C) with 5/16"
flatwasher through the slotted Lockbar (D) into
the tapped hole in the belt guard. This is used
to set the cutting depth of the blade. See
section 5.
Water Pump Assembly (5) Set-up:
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4.
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Remove the Water Pump (E), Hose Barb (F),
the Water Control Valve (G) and Water Tube
Assembly (H) from their carton. Thread the
Hose Barb (F) on the water pump outlet, hand
tighten.
Slide the Control Valve (G) onto the flexible plastic tubing and push the open end onto the Hose
Barb (F).
Set the Water Pump Assembly (5) in the deep
end of the pan beneath the belt guard. Note:
The water pump inlet screen must be submerged in order to properly pick up water.
Place the Water Tube Assembly (H) to the back
of the Blade Guard (J) and insert the two 1/4"
plastic nozzles into the two Ports (I) on the side
of the Blade Guard (J). To prevent interference
with the full movement of the cart, it is recom-
WATER PUMP SAFETY GUIDELINES
Always plug the saw power cord into a GFCI
outlet when using. If a GFCI type outlet is
not available, use a plug-in type GFCI plugged
into a properly grounded outlet. Do not use
any temporary plug adapters.
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The water pump is equipped with a ground electrical
plug, to reduce the risk of possible shock. Be sure
to connect to a properly grounded type receptacle.
Never pick the water pump up out of the water when
it is plugged in.
DO NOT EVER use the water pump to pump
anything but water.
Never service the pump when it is still plugged in.
Never let the pump operate dry. It is self-cooled by
pumping water. Dry use will cause the pump to fail.
Maintain regularly and clean out debris from intake
screen.
Check the power cord for nicks or frays and never
try to alter the power cord in any way.
Install the Cutting Blade:
Always set the Motor Switch to OFF prior to
mounting the blade.
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4.
Be sure you are using the correct blade for the
material being cut. For example, blades are
available for cutting materials such as wall tile,
quarry tile, marble, slate and similarly hard materials. For the best results, always use genuine TARGET® diamond blades. Contact your
nearest dealer to select the correct blade for
your specific cutting needs.
Rotate the Blade Guard (J) fully up, tightening
the wing nut if needed to hold it in the fully raised
position.
Remove the Blade Shaft Nut (L) and the Outer
Blade Flange (M2).
Check the blade for Counter Clockwise rotation
(CCW) and install on the spindle shaft.
Rotation direction is indicated by an arrow
on one side of the blade. Make sure the blade
contact surfaces are clean.
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Install the Outer Flange (M2) with the large diameter against the Blade (K). Tighten the Blade
Shaft Nut (L) with the 15/16" Wrench (N) provided.
Lower the Blade Guard (J) and retighten the
wing nut to securely hold the guard in place.
Install the Drain Plug (P) into the front end of the pan
and fill with clean water until inlet filter of water pump
is covered; about 6.5 gal. (25 l).
Adjust the Pan Assembly (3) to accommodate the
size of the tile to be cut and to obtain the most comfortable position for the operator.
1. When cutting smaller tile units, adjust the pan
all the way to the rear. The operator has full
view and control of the work with minimum
stretching.
2. For cutting intermediate sized units, such as 8"
or 10" tile, the pan can be placed somewhere
between the maximum forward and maximum
rear positions.
3. When cutting larger units, the pan should be
moved to the maximum forward position, thus
giving the operator the best and most comfortable position, even when cutting 12" x 12" or
larger units.
4. When cutting smaller tile, adjust cart stop to limit
cart travel. When cutting larger tile, adjust cart
stop to allow for extended travel.
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
WARNING: Read the Operating Procedure
completely before operating your tile saw.
Take into account the working conditions from
the health and safety point of view.
Recommended Extension Cords chart below.
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Turn the switch to ON. The blade should turn counterclockwise, when looking at the blade guard side. The
water pump will start automatically when the motor
starts. Adjustment of the water supply may be made
by means of the Control Valve(G).
Follow the blade manufacturer’s recommendations
for dry or wet cutting. Wet cutting blades can be
damaged or destroyed without sufficient water. Only
blades specifically designed for dry cutting can be
used without coolant.
•
The water supply should be adequate, with
water flowing on both sides of the blade. Keep
the water clean and make certain the WATER
LEVER IS ALWAYS ABOVE THE PUMP INLET.
Do not run the water pump dry!! Unplug for
dry cutting.
•
For straight cuts, position the tile squarely against
the back edge of the conveyor cart. Keep the cart
clean and free of cuttings. The standard Rip Guide
(R) is used.
Move the conveyor cart slowly and carefully until the
blade is in contact with the tile. The blade needs a
chance to “break-in” or “wear-in” slightly. It may take
about ten cuts to open a new blade for best cutting.
•
5
ADJUSTABLE LOCKBAR WITH
DEPTH LINKING PROTECTION
FIGURE 2
Set Collar
Spring
Platform
24
29
Always pay extreme care and attention to the
preparation of the machine before starting.
Remove all wrenches and tools from the
machine.
Always keeps blade guard in place.
•
•
Fill the Pan (3) with enough water to fully submerge
the water pump screen. It takes approximately 6-1/2
gallons (25 l) to fill the Pan.
Before connecting the power cord:
*
Check the Blade Shaft Nut (L) to be sure it is
tight and that the Blade (K) rotates freely.
WARNING: Check that the ON/OFF switch is
in the OFF position. Then connect the power
cord to a properly grounded outlet of the
correct voltage. See the decal near the power
cord for power requirements. If needed, use
the correct size three (3) conductor extension
cord to avoid excessive voltage drop. Never
use lamp cord type extensions. Refer to the
26
23
28
A Lockbar (28) is used to set the blade depth during cutting.
The lockbar has three (3) holes at the lower end for use
with 10”, 8” and 6” blades.
These are used as depth-limiting settings that, if used with
the correct blade diameter, will protect the rolling cart from
being cut by the blade.
The three (3) holes in Lockbar:
10 - The lowest hole is for use with a 10" diameter
blade.
8 - The middle hole is for use with an 8" diameter
blade.
6 - The uppermost hole is for use with a 6" diameter
blade or profile wheel.
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The Tilematic is shipped standard set-up for a 10”
diameter blade. To change the setting, locate the capscrew
(23) used as the pivot, loosen and remove the Lock Nut.
Set the Lockbar ( 28) at the proper hole for blade size.
Tighten the fasteners so that the Lockbar (28) is free to
pivot. Check the setting by loosening the Knob (26) and
lowering the head fully down into the table slot. The blade
segment should be below the table surface, but not cutting
into the table. (See also Section 10, Plunge Cutting.)
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hex key, loosen both Set Collars. Move the Head
Assembly (1) along the Pivot Bar (S) until the
Blade (K) no longer contacts the slot. Re-locate
the Set Collars against the sides of the Pivot
Cutting Head again and retighten the screws.
FIGURE 3
MANUAL THERMAL OVERLOAD
The motor is equipped with a manual overload protection
reset button. If the motors overheats, the red reset button
will “pop out” to open the motor circuit; stopping the motor
and water pump. If this occurs , the motor ON/OFF switch
must be set to OFF. After the motor cools, push in the
reset button. When it stays in, the motor can be restarted.
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RECOMMENDED EXTENSION CORDS
Good motor performance depends on proper
voltage. Extension cords that are too long
and/or too small in wire gauge reduce the
voltage to the motor under load. Use
extension cords no smaller than indicated
below.
MOTOR F.L. AMPS 50' Cord 75' Cord 100' Cord
2.
HP RPM 115V 230V 115V 230V 115V 230V 115V 230V
1-1/2 1725 14.6
1-1/2 3450 17.2
8
#12
8.6
#10
#10
#14
#10
#8
#14
#8
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ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES
Your Tilematic tile saw is factory assembled and aligned
prior to shipment to ensure accurate cuts when your saw
is delivered. However, since TARGET® cannot control
rough handling during shipping, it is suggested that the
alignment be checked. If the saw is found in need of
adjustment, refer to the appropriate section(s) below.
Parallel Alignment
*
The parallel tracking of the cart can be adjusted
by moving the rails on which the cart travels.
The mounting holes in the pan are slotted to
accommodate this adjustment.
*
Align the Inner Rail first. Loosen the four (6)
1/4"-20 fasteners (7/16" wrenches) locating the
two (2) Rails (R) so that both rails are free to
move. Move the end(s) of rail until the square is
flush with the blade as described above. Tighten
the fasteners of this rail and recheck the
alignment. Once alignment has been made,
move the cart fore and aft to locate the second
rail parallel to the first. Tighten the remaining
two fasteners.
There are two basic alignment checks for the Tilematic
and any adjustments made must follow these procedures
to ensure that the unit functions freely.
Adjustment tools required: Carpenter’s Square, two (2)
7/16" wrenches, and 5/32" hex key.
Check the Blade in Slot Alignment
1.
*
The Blade (K) should be centered in the
Conveyor Cart (4) slot.
*
Set-up your saw as described above and move
the Conveyor Cart (4) back and forth from the
front to the rear of the Pan (3). If the Blade (K)
contacts either side of the slot, the Cutting Head
Location Adjustment must be performed.
Cutting Head Location Adjustment (See Figs 1 & 3)
*
The Pivot Cutting Head Assembly (1) is located
between the Set Collars (A-B). Using a 5/32"
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Check the Parallel Alignment (See Figure 3)
*
The Conveyor Cart (4) should travel parallel to
the plane of the Blade (K).
*
Place a Square rule against the backstop, lightly
in contact with the Blade (K). The blade surface
should be parallel to the square; i.e., no gap
between the blade and the square at either the
front or back edge of the blade. Next, holding
the square firmly, traverse the cart fore and aft.
The blade should remain parallel to the square,
staying slightly in contact with it throughout its
full travel. If the blade does not stay in contact
with the square, the Parallel alignment must be
performed.
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PROFILE WHEEL SET-UP AND USE
See Figure 1
The Tilematic is designed for use with a TARGET® 6"
Profile Wheel, such as P/N 542 62 10-81* or 542 62 10-82*.
•
Raise the blade guard. Remove the spindle nut and
outer flange. Remove the tile saw blade if one has
•
•
•
been installed. (Refer to Section 5, Adjustable
Lockbar, if needed)
Install the profile wheel onto the spindle shaft up
against the inner flange with the working surface to
the outside.
Secure into place by reversing the outer flange and
tightening the spindle nut. Lower the Blade Guard
(J) back down over the profile wheel.
Locate the material for profiling:
1. Set the edge of the part to be shaped parallel to
the wheel.
2. Locate the material under the wheel. Pull the
Conveyor Cart (4) with the material from under
the wheel to set proper cutting height.
3. Loosen the Locking Knob (C) and lower the
Cutting Head (1) so that the wheel just slightly
makes contact with the material.
4. Secure the Cutting Head (1) into position with
the Locking Knob (C) for cutting.
5. Note: Profiling usually takes several light passes
to produce the best results. Set lower each time
until the desire depth has been reached.
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PLUNGE CUTTING
See Figure 2
*
WATER PUMP TROUBLE-SHOOTING
PROCEDURE section.
It is always good practice to clean your tile saw
after each day’s use. Drain the water and clean
out the pan. Clean the rails. Before storing, it
is good practice to wipe or spray rails with watersoluble oil (like, WD-40 or equivalent).
Entrust all repairs to your authorized dealer
only.
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WATER PUMP TROUBLE-SHOOTING PROCEDURE
If Water Stops Flowing,
1. Stop Sawing, then
2. Disconnect Electrical Plug from Outlet, then
3. Remove the Pump, then
4. Back Flush.
Back flushing is done by forcing water into the pump
discharge and out through the screen. Most of the time
this procedure works, and the pump can be put back into
service. (See Figure below)
If the back flushing does not work, remove the screen and
turn the impeller manually, looking for and rinsing out the
impeller cavity of any dirt or foreign matter.
Spring Force can be adjusted by rotating Spring Anchor
(24). Loosen .375-16 NC Bolt (29) and rotate Spring
Anchor (24) to increase or decrease Spring Force. Tighten
Bolt to secure Anchor to Pivot Shaft. It may be necessary
to slightly loosen the Bearing Caps for proper and smooth
operation. By loosening Knob (26), Pivot Head can be
raised or lowered with minimal effort, depending on Spring
Force adjustment. A second Spring Anchor (24) is located
on the underside of the Platform and is used as a set collar
and as a stop for the Platform.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Before performing any maintenance, ALWAYS
place the machine on a level surface with the
motor OFF and disconnect the electrical
current. Let the machine cool down!!
Your TARGET® tile saw is a ruggedly constructed
machine, engineered to give long, satisfactory
performance. Simple daily maintenance and care will add
to the life and productivity of your saw. After each day’s
use: CLEAN THE MACHINE!!
*
*
*
*
Turn off and unplug the saw before performing
any maintenance.
Keep the cart top clean and free for cuttings.
To clean it, flush the top surface and grooves
with water.
Drain, clean and refill the pan frequently. Flush
the coolant system with plenty of water, then
drain and refill the pan.
If the water flow stops, check the water pump to
see if the shaft and impeller turn freely. See the
FIGURE 4
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REPAIRS
We carry out all repairs in the shortest possible time and at
the most economical prices. (See front page for
address and phone numbers) Contact your authorized
TARGET® dealer concerning maintenance and repairs.
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SPARE PARTS
For quick supply of spare parts and to avoid any lost time,
it is essential to quote the data on the manufacturers plate
fixed to the machine and the part number(s) and description
to be replaced with every order.
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15
TILE CUTTING ACCESSORIES
ANGLE GUIDE
PROTRACTOR
MITY MITRE GUIDE
BULLNOSE
FOLDING STAND
Parts List:
Diag.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part No.
542 05 01-04*
542 05 01-07*
542 05 01-05*
542 05 01-06*
542 05 01-03*
542 18 97-37*
542 05 10-20*
542 18 97-37*
N/A
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Description
Frame, Miter
Bar, Locking
Clip, Stop
Spring
Knob
Knob, 1/4"-20 x 1"
Miter Assy, 45°
Knob, 1/4"-20 x 1"
Sector Plate
Diag.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
RIP GUIDE: P/N 542 05 10-00* - The Rip Guide is a
standard accessory supplied with every tile saw. It is
used to provide a repeatable position for rip cuts until
relocated. The Rip Guide clamps to the machined
backstop of the conveyor cart.
ADJUSTABLE PROTRACTOR: P/N 542 05 10-10* - The
Protractor can be used to rip cut known angles. The
protractor clamps to the backstop.
ANGLE GUIDE : P/N 542 05 10-20* - This is a nonadjustable miter used to quickly position the tile at 45
degrees; either on the left or right side. It is often
used for repeated diagonal rip cuts. The Angle Guide
clamps to the backstop.
Part No.
N/A
542 02 00-11*
542 02 02-44*
542 18 97-37*
542 05 10-10*
542 02 05-98*
542 05 10-30*
542 05 10-41*
542 05 01-02*
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Arm, Protractor
Carriage Bolt, 1/4”-20 x 5/8”
Wing Nut, 1/4”-20 x 1”
Knob, 1/4”-20 x 1”
Protractor Assy
Screw, Thumb, 1/4"-20 x 1"
Holder Assy, Bullnose
Stand, Tile Saw (for TA Models only)
Support Assy, Miter Frame
BULLNOSE MITRE GUIDE: P/N 542 05 10-30* -This is a
fixed guide that positions the tile for a 45 degree miter
cut. The Mitering Guide clamps to the backstop.
MITY MITRE GUIDE: P/N 542 05 01-02* - This is a 45
degree fixture that has an adjustable clamp to hold
the tile while miter cutting. The Mitering Guide clamps
to the backstop.
FOLDING STAND: P/N 542 05 10-41* - This stable, one
piece stand brings a TARGET® tile saw to standing
level for ease of work. The stand conveniently folds
flat for storage and transporting.
The instructions for use and spare parts found in this document are for information only and are not binding. As part
of our product quality improvement policy, we reserve the right to make any and all technical modifications without
prior notice.
The manufacturer accepts no
responsibility caused by unsuitable
use or modifications.
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Diagram 1: Wiring Diagram 542 20 30-79, 1.5HP, 115V/60/1
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Diagram 2: Wiring Diagram 542 00 06-05, 1.5 HP, 115V/208-230/60/1
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Target’s Gold Medal Equipment Warranty
New equipment sold by Target is warranted to be free from manufacturing defects in normal service for a period
of two (2) years from date of purchase by the original consumer purchaser.
Component manufacturers offer separatewarranty periods. Call Technical Serives at 800-288-5040 for
complete information.
Our obligation under this warranty is expressly limited to the replacement or repair at Electrolux Construction
Products North America, Olathe, Kansas 66061, or at a service facility designated by us, of such part or parts
as inspection shall disclose to have been defective.
This warranty does not apply to defects caused by damage, unreasonable use, faulity repairs made by others
(or defects caused by failure to provide reasonable maintenance, while in the possession of the consumer.)
Further, the warranty is void if the product, or any of its components, are altered or modified by the consumer
Please record the Date of Purchase and the Serial Number, the Model Number of the euqipment and the Date of
Purchase of your equipment in the space below. When ordering service items, please have this information
available.
Serial Number:
Model Number:
Date of Purchase:
Where Purchased:
TARGET CUSTOMER SERVICE
Cust. Service Phone .... 1-800-288-5040
Cust. Service FAX ....... 1-800-825-0028
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Warning!
Some dust created by powered sanding, sawing, grinding,
drilling and other construction activities contains chemicals
known (to the State of California) to cause cancer, birth defects
or other reproductive harm.
Some examples of these chemicals are:
- Lead from lead based paints.
- Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry
products.
- Arsenic and chromium from chemically -treated lumber.
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often
you do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these
chemicals, work in a well-ventilated area, and work with
approved saftety equipment such as those dust masks that are
specially designed to filter out microscopic particals.
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