QEP 60060 Specifications
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Instructions for Wet Saw ......2
Safety Guidelines............................2
Electrical Requirements ..................3
Warning ........................................4
State-of-the-Art Features ................4
Electrical / Motor Specifications ....4
Unpacking, Assembly & Set-Up ....4
Blade & Blade Guard Installation....5
Motor Assembly Installation ..........5
Water Tray Removal & Installation..5
Water Pump Installation ................6
Water Pump Safety Guidelines ......6
Cutting Table &
Optional Cutting Table Extension ..6
Cutting Depth ..............................7
Belt Replacement ..........................7
Bearing Housing Replacement ......7
Saw Maintenance ..........................7
Do’s & Dont’s for Diamond Blades....8
Parts List ........................................8
Diagram of Tile Saw ......................9
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FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
TABLE DES MATIÈRES
Règles de Sécurité Pratiques
pour la Scie..................................10
Directives de Sécurité.................. 10
Besoins Électriques ......................11
Mise en garde ..............................12
Caractéristiques............................12
Spécifications – Électrique
et Moteur ....................................12
Déballage et Assemblage .............12
Installation du Disque ................13
Installation du Moteur..................13
Enlèvement et Installation
du Bac à Eau ................................13
Installation de la Pompe à Eau ....14
Directives de Sécurité de la
Pompe à Eau................................14
Table de Coupe et Rallonge
Optionnelle pour Table de Coupe 14
Profondeur de Coupe ..................15
Remplacement de Courroie ........15
Remplacement de Boitier de Palier..15
Entretien de la Scie ......................15
À Faire et À Ne Pas Faire ............16
Liste de Pièces..............................16
Scie à Eau – Diagramme ..............17
TABLA DE CONTENIDO
Pautas de Seguridad para Sierra ..18
Pautas de Seguridad .................. 18
Electrical Requirements ................19
Aviso ............................................20
Caracteristicas de la Sierra............20
Especificaciones para el Motor
Electrico ......................................20
Desempaque et Montaje .............20
Instalacion de la Cuchilla y
del Resguardo ..............................21
Instalacion del Motor ..................21
Removal y Instalacion
de la Bandeja para Agua ..............21
Instalacion de la Bomba de Agua 22
Pautas de Seguridad para
la Bomba de Agua ......................22
La Mesa de Cortar y
la Extension Opcional ..................22
Profundidad de Corte ..................23
Cambio de Correas ......................23
Bearing Housing Replacement ........23
Mantenimiento de la Sierra ..........23
Do’s & Dont’s for Diamond Blades..24
Lista de Partes ..............................25
Vista de la Sierra ..........................26
LIMITED WARRANTY
This product is covered by a 30-day warranty from the date of purchase. If the product is defective in workmanship or material and upon returning the product to distributor/dealer in its original packaging, Q.E.P. will repair and/or replace it free of charge. This warranty DOES NOT COVER normal wear, nor any damage as a result of accidents,
misuse, abuse or negligence. Q.E.P.'s obligations under this warranty shall be limlted to the repair and/or replacement of the product. Q.E.P. shall not be liable for consequential damages. This warranty is void if the product or any of its components are modified, altered, or in any way changed, or if the product is used in a manner or with
a blade that is not recommended by Q.E.P. The water pump is excluded from this warranty and is subject to its manufacturer's warranty.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.
IMPORTANT: The warranty card must be filled out and received within 30 days of purchase to validate warranty.
FRANÇAIS
GARANTIE LIMITÉE
Ce produit est couvert par une garantie de 30 jours à partir de la date d’achat. Si le produit est défectueux dans sa fabrication ou ses matériaux, Q.E.P. le réparera et/ou le
remplacera gratuitement si le produit est retourné dans son emballage d’origine au distributeur/représentant. Cette garantie NE COUVRE PAS l’usure normale, ou tout dommage causé par des accidents, un usage anormal, abusif ou négligent. Les obligations de Q.E.P. sous cette garantie seront limitées à la réparation et/ou au remplacement du
produit. Q.E.P. ne sera pas responsable des dommages directs. Cette garantie est nulle si le produit ou ses éléments sont modifiés, altérés, ou changés de quelconque
manière, ou si le produit est utilisé d’une manière ou avec une lame qui n’est pas recommandée par Q.E.P. La pompe à eau est exclue de cette garantie et est sujette à la
garantie de son fabricant.
Cette garantie remplace toute autre garantie explicite ou implicite.
IMPORTANT: Afin de valider la garantie, la fiche de garantie doit être remplie et reçue dans un délai de trente jours à compter de la date d’achat.
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GARANTIA LIMITADA
Este producto esta cubiérto por una garantia de un 30 dias desde la fecha de compra. Q.E.P. CO., INC. reparara y/o reemplazara el producto sin costo al consumidor si el
producto esta defectuoso en material o mano de obra y se devuelve al distribuidor en su empaque original. Esta garantia NO CUBRE desgaste normal, ni danos ausados por
accidentes, mal uso, abuso o negligencia. La responsabilidad de Q.E.P. CO., INC. bajo esta garantia esta limitada à la reparacion y/o reemplazo del producto. Q.E.P. CO.,
INC. no sera responsable por danos resultantes. Esta garantia quedara nula si el producto o algunos de sus componentes se modifican, alteran, o se cambian de alguna manera, o si el producto se usa de una manera o con una cuchilla que no este recomendada por Q.E.P. CO., INC. La bomba de agua queda excluida de esta garantia y esta
sujeta a la garantia del fabricante.
Esta garantia reemplaza cualesquier otras garantias expresas o implicitas.
IMPORTANTE: La tarjeta de garantia debera rellenarse y ser recibida por Q.E.P. 30 dias despues de la compra para validar esta garantia.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR WET SAW
READ THIS OWNER’S MANUAL COMPLETELY AND MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND ALL OF ITS SAFETY GUIDELINES.
1. KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in working order.
2. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS & WRENCHES. Form a habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are
removed from tool before turning it on.
3. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents.
4. DO NOT USE IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT. Don’t use power tools in damp or wet locations, or expose them to
rain. Keep work area well lighted.
5. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. All visitors should be kept safe distance from work area.
6. MAKE WORKSHOP KID-PROOF with padlocks, master switches or by removing starter keys.
7. DO NOT FORCE TOOL. It will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was designed.
8. USE THE RIGHT TOOL. Don’t force tool or attachment to do a job for which it was not designed.
9. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Do not wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties, rings, bracelets or other jewelry which may
get caught in moving parts. Non-slip foot wear is recommended. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
10. SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a vise to hold work when practical. They are safer than using your hand and free both
hands to operate tool.
11. DON’T OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
12. MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Keep tools sharp and clean for best and safest performance. Follow instructions for
lubricating and changing accessories.
13. REDUCE THE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL STARTING. Make sure switch is in OFF position before plugging in.
14. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. Consult the owner’s manual for recommended accessories. The use of improper accessories may cause risk of injury.
15. NEVER STAND ON TOOL. Serious injury could occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is unintentionally contacted.
16. CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use of the tool, a guard or other part that is damaged should be carefully
checked to determine that it will operate properly and perform its intended function – check for alignment of moving
parts, binding of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting and any other conditions that may affect is operation. A
guard or other part that is damaged should be properly repaired or replaced.
17. DIRECTION OF FEED. Feed work into the blade against the direction of rotation of the blade only.
SAFETY GUIDELINES
1. Keep your workspace clear and free of all debris.
2. Make sure the saw is in the “OFF” position before plugging it in.
3.
Do not leave the saw unattended while it is running. Always return the power to the “OFF” position.
4. Always wear safety goggles, dust mask and ear protection when operating the saw (to comply with ANSI-Z87.1).
5. Always remain alert when the saw is in use. Inattention on the part of the operator may lead to serious injury.
6. Disconnect the unit from its power source before installing or changing blades and before cleaning or servicing the
saw.
7. Keep the saw clean and maintained to achieve the safest and highest performance for every job.
8. Do not force the material being cut. Always let the blade cut at its own speed.
9. Keep the blade guard in the “DOWN” position while operating the saw specification.
10. Make sure you use the correct blade or profile wheel for the job you are doing. Do not force a tool to do a job it is
not designed to do.
11. This saw is equipped with a 3-prong electrical plug. Do not alter the plug or use a 2-prong receptacle.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
• CONNECTING TOOL TO POWER SOURCE OUTLET. This tool must be connected to a grounded power source while
in use to protect the operator from electrical shock.
• In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electrical current to reduce
the risk of electrical shock. This tool is equipped with an electric cord having equipment grounding conductor and a
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into a matching outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
• Do not modify the plug provided if it will not fit the outlet. Have the proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
• Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. The conductor with
insulation having an out surface that is green (with or without yellow stripes) is the equipment-grounding conductor. If
repair or replacement of the electric cord or plug is necessary, do not connect the equipment-grounding conductor to
live terminal.
• Check with a qualified electrician or service personnel if the grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if
in doubt as to whether the tool is properly grounded.
• Use only 3-wire extension cords that have 3-prong grounding plugs and 3-pole receptacles that accept the tool’s plug.
• Repair or replace damaged or worn cord immediately.
• To avoid the possibility of the appliance plug or receptacle getting wet, position tile saw to one side of a wall-mounted
receptacle to prevent water from dripping onto the receptacle or plug. The user should arrange a “drip loop” in the cord
connecting the saw to a receptacle. The “drip loop” is that part of the cord below the level of the receptacle, or the connector if an extension cord is used, to prevent water from traveling along the cord and coming in contact with the receptacle.
• If the plug or receptacle does get wet, Don’t unplug the cord. Disconnect the fuse or circuit breaker that supplies power
to the tool. Then unplug and examine for presence of water in the receptacle.
• Only UL-listed extension cords should be used with this product.
• Improper use of extension cords may cause inefficient operation of your tool, which can result in overheating. Be sure
your extension cord is rated to allow sufficient current flow to the motor. For the proper gauge for your tool, please see
chart.
• Do not let your fingers touch the terminals of plug when installing or removing the plug to or from the outlet.
• If not properly grounded, this power tool can incur the potential hazard of electrical shock particularly when used in
damp locations or in proximity to plumbing. If an electrical shock occurs, there is the potential of a secondary hazard,
such as your hands contacting the grinder tool.
This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has an outlet
that looks like the one illustrated in Figure (A). The tool has a
grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in Figure
(A). A temporary adapter, which looks like the adapter illustrated in Figure (B) and (C), may be used to connect this
plug to a 2-pole receptacle as shown in Figure (B) if a properly grounded outlet can be installed by a qualified electrician. The green-colored rigid prongs extending from the
adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as
a properly grounded outlet box.
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METAL SCREW
(A) GROUNDING PIN
(B) GROUNDED OUTLET BOX
(C) GROUNDING ADAPTER
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WARNING
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY READ INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING SAW.
• Wear eye protection.
• Use splash hood for every operation for which it can be used.
• Disconnect saw before servicing, when changing cutting wheels, and cleaning.
• Use tool only with smooth-edge cutting wheels free of openings and grooves.
• Replace damaged cutting wheel before operating.
• Do not fill water bath above water fill line.
USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition. When using an extension cord, be
sure to use a cord heavy enough to carry the current your product will draw. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line
voltage, resulting in loss power and overheating. Table below shows the correct size to use depending on cord length and
nameplate ampere rating. If in doubt, use the next heavier gauge. The smaller the gauge number, the heavier the cord.
MINIMUM GAUGE FOR CORD
TOTAL LENGTH OF CORD IN FEET
18 AWG
25
16 AWG
50
STATE-OF-THE-ART FEATURES
16 AWG
100
14 AWG
150
ELECTRICAL / MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
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Horsepower 2 H.P.
Volts
115V
Amps
16
RPM (Variable) 3450
Cycle
60
Phase
1
Class
E
Connect saw as close as possible to
power source.
• Belt
A-26
• Powerful 2-HP motor performs cutting jobs with ease.
• Automatic thermal overload protection protects saw
from power surges and motor overheating.
• Automatic power kill switch shuts off motor if power is
interrupted. Easy ON/OFF push button.
• Fiberglass-impregnated plastic water tray withstands
even the toughest punishment. Easy to remove and
install.
• Easily converts from a stand on wheels to a tabletop
configuration.
EXTENSION CORDS: When using an extension cord,
ensure all cords are no smaller than #12 gauge, rated at
a 20-amp minimum, and equipped with 3-prong plugs.
Use of anything smaller may result in overheating or
burn out of the motor. It is recommended that an electrician ensure that there is proper voltage at the saw
motor to run the saw efficiently and safely.
• Carrying handles for easy transporting. Optional saw
stand on wheels provides simple, one-man moving.
• Cutting table designed with free-rolling wheels to
assure accurate cutting.
• The adjustable rip guide allows both 90° and 45° cuts.
Universal wrench included.
• Rip cut up to 20" square tiles and diagonal cut up to
13" tiles.
• Versatile blade capacity from 6” to 10”.
UNPACKING, ASSEMBLY & SETUP
CAUTION: FOLLOW ALL OF THE ASSEMBLY & INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY BEFORE CONNECTING THE SAW TO
A POWER SOURCE OR TURNING THE MOTOR ON.
Carefully open the container and remove all saw components and packing materials. Ensure that you have checked each
item with the exploded view on Page 9 before discarding the container or packing materials. The contents of the container are as follows:
• Wet Saw
• 45° / 90° Rip Guide
• Drain Plug
• Water Pump
• Saw Frame
• Universal Wrench
• Front Extension Table • Side Extension Table
• Fiberglass-Impregnated
• Owner’s Manual
• Miter Block
• Saw Blade
Plastic Water Tray
Carefully lift the saw by the saw frame handles and place it on a flat, level working area or on the optional stand on wheels.
The following pages illustrate step by step the installation of various components and operation of the saw. Read instructions completely before operating this saw!
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BLADE & BLADE GUARD INSTALLATION
1. The blade guard (2) must be installed before the diamond cutting blade
(3) can be attached. (See Diagram)
BLADE INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
2. Use the blade guard adjustment knob (1) to fasten the blade guard firmly against the motor assembly.
3. Carefully raise the cutting head to its highest position and tighten the
adjustment knob on the rear support post so the cutting head is held
firmly in place.
4. Raise the blade guard to the highest level and tighten the blade guard
adjustment knob. Then, remove the blade shaft nut and outer flange.
5. Place the blade onto the shaft, pushing it up against the inner flange. It
is important to be sure the directional arrow is pointing in the direction
of rotation.
6. Replace the outer flange and blade shaft nut. With one hand, hold the
blade and tighten the blade shaft nut with your free hand. Make certain the nut is firmly tightened with wrench provided. DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN!
7. Release the blade shaft lock after the blade shaft nut is fully tightened.
8. Lower the blade guard into position and tighten the adjustment knob. Then, slightly loosen the rear support adjustment knob and lower the cutting head so that the blade is 1⁄4" below the top surface of the cutting table. Tighten the
adjustment knob firmly to hold the cutting head in place.
WARNING: SETTING THE BLADE TOO LOW MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE CUTTING TABLE. IF THE BLADE IS SET TOO HIGH,
IT MAY CATCH OR GRAB THE MATERIAL BEING CUT, CAUSING DAMAGE AND POSSIBLE INJURY.
MOTOR ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION
CAUTION: FOLLOW ALL OF THE ASSEMBLY & INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
COMPLETELY BEFORE CONNECTING THE SAW TO A POWER SOURCE OR TURNING THE MOTOR ON.
1. Remove motor assembly (5) and saw-frame assembly (6) from the box.
(See Diagram)
MOTOR ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM
2. Motor-support shaft (1) and support-shaft bolt (3) are located inside the
motor assembly.
3. Use the handles to lift motor assembly. Slide motor assembly with the
motor-support shaft into place in the rear support post (4).
4. Once motor assembly is in place, attach the mounting plate adjustment
knob (2) to keep motor assembly stable.
5. From the lifting side, insert motor-support bolt shaft into rear support
post and tighten bolt.
WATER TRAY REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
EASY REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1. Pull out the drain plug in the bottom of the water tray and drain all water.
2. Lift up the cutting table with one hand.
3. With the other hand, pull out the water tray from the right-hand side.
4. Lift out the water tray for cleaning. (Hose down and clean as necessary.)
5. To install, follow steps 2 & 3 in reverse.
6. Next, make sure the drain plug for the water tray is firmly in the drain hole
before filling the tray with water.
7. Lastly, lower the cutting table back to its original flat position.
NOTE: THERE IS NO ADJUSTMENT NECESSARY TO THE WATER TRAY WHEN IT
IS CORRECTLY INSTALLED.
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WATER TRAY REMOVAL
& INSTALLATION
DIAGRAM
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WATER PUMP INSTALLATION
1. Remove the water pump from its box and ensure that it is not cracked or
damaged in any way (See Diagram)
WATER PUMP INSTALLATION
DIAGRAM
2. Attach the end of the plastic tubing, hanging down from the blade guard,
to the water pump nipple.
3. Place the water pump in the rear of the water tray on its side, with the water
pump nipple also on its side.
4. Next, fill the water tray with water so that its level is higher than the water
intake nozzle.
5. Keep the power cord out of the water and plug it into the 3-prong receptacle on the back of the cutting head assembly. The pump is activated by the
ON/OFF switch on the electric motor.
NOTE: WATER PUMP SAFETY GUIDELINES & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS ARE
IN THE FOLLOWING SECTION. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY.
WATER PUMP SAFETY GUIDELINES
1. The pump is equipped with grounding-type attachment plug. Be sure to connect the plug to a properly grounded
grounding type receptacle, to reduce the risk of electric shock.
2. When assembling & installing the water pump system, be sure to fully support the pump and piping to reduce the
chance of pump failure or damage.
3. Never handle the pump by the cord, with wet hands, or when standing on a wet surface.
4. Do not use the pump to pump anything other than water, or other compatible liquids. Never use to pump gasoline,
kerosene, or other combustible or corrosive liquids.
5. Should pump fail, always disconnect from power source before handling pump or attempting to unclog or service the
pump in any way.
6. Never let the pump operate dry. It is self-cooled by pumping liquid. Dry use will cause pump damage and may cause
the motor to fail.
CUTTING TABLE & OPTIONAL CUTTING TABLE EXTENSION
CUTTING TABLE MARKED IN INCHES AND CENTIMETERS FOR ACCURATE CUT DIMENSIONS.
STEPS FOR POSITIONING 45° / 90° RIP GUIDE:
1. Set the rip guide by positioning it on the desired dimension and tighten the
threaded knob on the rip guide. Make sure rip guide is firmly tightened to
avoid slippage.
2. The rip guide can be used for 90° rip cuts and 45° rip cuts from both the left
and right side. (Note the straight and 45° angled slits on the bottom of the
rip guide in the diagram.)
3. After the rip guide is positioned for the desired cut, place material flush
against the rip guide and the measurement rail. For 45° rip cuts, place the corner of material in the open slot of the measurement rail.
4. Simply line up the material to be cut with the appropriate pre-marked lines
on the cutting table’s rubber mat.
5. Now you are ready to make your cut.
6. For miter cuts, use the miter block attachment included with the saw. Simply
place the lip of the miter block on the measurement rail with the threaded
knobs facing you. Next, tighten both threaded knobs to secure miter block in
place. Place material onto miter block and you are ready to cut.
Miter Block
7. For greater stability when cutting larger tiles, use the optional cutting-table extension. This extension snaps easily onto
the leading edge of the cutting table.
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CUTTING DEPTH
1. The recommended cutting depth for all materials is 1⁄4” below the top surface of the cutting table. (See Diagram)
2. To adjust cutting depth, loosen mounting plate adjustment knob.
BELT REPLACEMENT
CAUTION: ALWAYS TURN OFF SAW AND UNPLUG FROM POWER SOURCE BEFORE
REMOVING BELT GUARD OR ADJUSTING/CHANGING BELT.
BELT REPLACEMENT DIAGRAM
1. Loosen and remove the belt guard screws and take off the belt guard.
2. Loosen the 4 nuts (front & back) on the mounting plate.
3. Gently loosen the motor adjustment clip on the very rear of the motor
mounting plate.
4. Carefully nudge the motor slightly forward so there is a little slack in the belt.
5. Remove the old belt and replace with the new belt.
6. To reassemble, reverse Steps 1-5.
BEARING HOUSING REPLACEMENT
BEARING HOUSING REPLACEMENT
DIAGRAM
1. Follow BLADE INSTALLATION instructions on page 5.
2. Hold down the blade shaft lock until it locks in place. Turn the inner flange off
(counter-clockwise).
3. Follow BELT REPLACEMENT instructions on above. Then, unscrew the hex screw
and take out the pulley.
4. Hold the bearing housing and unscrew the 3 hex screws on the mounting plate.
5. Now the bearing housing is ready to be removed.
6. To replace all parts, reverse steps in instructions.
SAW MAINTENANCE
WARNING: DO NOT SERVICE, CLEAN OR MAINTAIN THE SAW WITHOUT FIRST TURNING OFF THE MOTOR AND UNPLUGGING THE SAW FROM ITS POWER SOURCE. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY TO THE OPERATOR.
1. For longest life and best performance, clean the saw after every use.
2. Wipe off all exterior surfaces and keep the cutting table clean and free to tile chips and debris.
3. Wipe off both the guide bars and the rollers on the cutting table.
4. Place light machine oil on the guide bar to facilitate smooth travel of the linear guide assembly.
5. The guide bars are specially treated to give you years of operation.
6. Always check the blade for cracks or signs of fatigue.
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DOs & DON’Ts FOR DIAMOND BLADES
DOs
• Inspect blades daily for cracks or uneven wear. Discard cracked. chipped or bent blades.
• Always use manufacturer’s recommendation for matching the right blade with the right material being cut.
• Inspect the arbor shaft for uneven wear before mounting the blade.
• Always use blades with the correct arbor size on a compatible arbor shaft.
• Ensure the blade is mounted with the rotation arrow in the proper direction and is securely tightened with the wrench.
• Always wear the proper safety equipment at all times when operating the saw. Wear goggles and dust mask at all times
when operating saw.
• Periodically check the blade for cracks or bond fatigue.
• Always have a continuous flow of water on both sides of the blade before cutting any material.
DON’Ts
• Do not operate the saw without all safety guards in position.
• Do not operate the saw with blades larger or smaller than 10".
• Do not cut dry with blades marked “Use Wet”.
• Do not exceed maximum RPMs recommended by the blade manufacturer.
• Do not force the material into the blade. Let the blade cut at its own speed.
• Do not cut materiasl other than those recommended by the blade manufacturer.
PARTS LIST – #60060 PROFESSIONAL WET SAW
Motor Adjustment Clip (w/bolt & washer)
Bearing Housing
Blade Shaft Lock Pin
Inner Flange
Outer Flange
Blade Lock Nut
Blade Guard
Blade Guard Bolt
Blade Guard Adjustment Knob
Belt Guard Bracket
Belt Guard
Blade Shaft Lock
Power Switch
Circuit Breaker
Waterproof Cover for Circuit Breaker
Power Switch Housing
Power Cord
Motor
Pulley
Belt
Single Socket
Splash Guard Flap
10” Continuous-Rim Diamond Blade
Rubber Mat for Front Extension Table
Front Extension Table
Rubber Mat for Side Extension Table
Side Extension Table
Miter Block
45°, 90° Rip Guide
Saw Stand w/Wheels
Universal Wrench
DESCRIPTION
No.
Front Saw Stand
1-1
Side Saw Stand
1-2
Wheel / Brake Assembly
(w/(4) bolts, washers, nuts)
2
Stand Knobs (2)
3
Frame Assembly
4
Roller Guide Bar (w/(2) bolts, washers, nuts)
5
Water Tray Assembly
6
Drain Plug
7
Angle Bar on Water Tray
(w/(2) bolts, washers, nuts)
8
Water Tray Brackets for Lock (set of (2) w/screws) 9
Water Pump
10
Water Valve
11
Water Pump Tubing
12
Water Flow “T”
13-1
Water Flow “L”
13-2
“U”-shaped Roller Set
14
Cutting Table
15
Rubber Mat for Cutting Table
16
Ruler Guide (w/(4) bolts)
17-1
Ruler Guide Sticker
17-2
L-shaped Supporter (w/(2) bolts, washers)
18
Angle Bar Rollers Set
19
Rear Support Post
(w/bolt, washers, nuts, (1) hex)
20
Mounting Plate Adjustment
(w/nut & lock washer)
21
Motor Support Shaft (w/bolt & washer)
22
Mounting Plate
23
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#60060 PROFESSIONAL WET SAW
DIAGRAM
TABLE EXTENSION
FRONT
Easily slips onto the leading
edge of the cutting table for
maximum support when cutting larger tile.
MITER BLOCK
TABLE EXTENSION
SIDE
Easily slips onto the leading
edge of the cutting table for
maximum support when cutting larger tile.
SAW STAND ON WHEELS
Comes with 2 wheels with
sturdy brakes on the rear of
the stand.
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