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My Husqvarna TS-230F wet saw has suddenly started being a lot more noisy when running - could it be bearing nose on the motor? Has anyone else noticed this?
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Hai m8 where did you get the bearing from 👍
Hi Dymafo - I just got it from a local bearings shop, but you should be able to buy them from pretty much anywhere.
It is NOT a manufacturer only part which is what I got told by Husqvarna, it is just a standard bearing.
The bearings that are fitted are actually dust repellent rated bearings, not water rated ones and the only difference is the seal on the sides of the bearing so I have replaced mine with a water repellent one so it should last longer now! :)
I believe the bearing identification number is - 6004C
 
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Hai m8 where did you get the bearing from 👍
Hi Dymafo,

I just got it from a local bearing supplier, it is just a standard bearing and NOT a manufacturer only part as I was told by Husqvarna.
The bearings fitted to this tile saw are only dust rated bearings which is fine for the back one, but the front one is water facing so I have replaced the old one with a water rated one on the blade side of the motor.
The identification number of the bearing I have used is - 6004C
Hope that helps.
Broughty Tiler
 

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