Watch as Tom Zenanko helps you get the most out of your new K-Drill:
- Don’t leave drill standing in partially drilled hole. It may freeze into place.
- In conditions of thick ice, be sure to pull the auger out of the ice several times while running to assure excess ice shavings do not buildup in the hole or binding may result.
- Keep your electric drill assembly out of standing water. Rest the drill horizontally using the drill handle (battery) and side-arm as the props.
- In colder conditions, keep the drill battery as warm as possible by removing it from the drill and keeping it in your shelter or jacket pocket. Keep spare batteries warm as well.
- Inspect K-Drill auger periodically , and if damaged, have it repaired or replaced by an authorized service facility. Keep the blades sharp and clean for best performance and reduce the risk of injury.
- Don’t try to sharpen the blades yourself. K-Drill offers FREE Lifetime Blade Sharpening of the product unless damaged.
- If you have problems or have a defective K-Drill, please don’t return it to your retailer. Contact us directly for all warranty issues.
- At the end of the ice fishing season before storing for summer, spray WD-40 on the blades to prevent rusting during the off season.