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Posted in response to Re: Old Star Diamond Saw Problems from John D Gonzales-Lusk on January 02, 2013 at 00:49:22:

Re: Re: Old Star Diamond Saw Problems

Henry... I did'nt see where you filled the coolant tank with oil ...haha ...Really, as Mr Gonzales said..clean everything..hand-sand the blade flanges smooth against 100 grit paper fastened to a dead-flat surface ...and last but not least, put a flat edge across the blade, (rim-to-rim), passing over the shaft hole. See if there is any "dish" or "bow" in the blade. If so, you then need to get it straightened or re-tensioned. (I wrote ..a way back.. on my experiences with doing this myself). And, YES, change the belts and de-glaze the pulley grooves with a little fine sandpaper.

From tony goffe - February 11, 2013 at 02:21:16
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