WARRANTY INFORMATION
2-YEAR
LIMITED WARRANTY
FOR THIS DRILL & MIXING KIT
1/2” DRILL & MIXING KIT
KING CANADA TOOLS
OFFERS A 2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE.
PROOF OF PURCHASE
Please keep your dated proof of purchase for warranty and servicing purposes.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Replacement parts for this product are available at our authorized King Canada
service centers across Canada. Refer to the Parts section of the King Canada web
site for the most updated parts diagram and parts list.
02/2014
LIMITED TOOL WARRANTY
King Canada makes every effort to ensure that this product meets high quality and
durability standards. King Canada warrants to the original retail consumer a 2-year
limited warranty as of the date the product was purchased at retail and that each
product is free from defects in materials. Warranty does not apply to defects due
directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, normal wear and tear, negligence or
accidents, repairs done by an unauthorized service center, alterations and lack of
maintenance. King Canada shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons
or property or for incidental, special or consequential damages arising from the use
of our products.
To take advantage of this limited warranty, return the product at your expense
together with your dated proof of purshase to an authorized King Canada service
center. Contact your retailer or visit our web site at www.kingcanada.com for an
updated listing of our authorized service centers. In cooperation with our authorized
serviced center, King Canada will either repair or replace the product if any part or
parts covered under this warranty which examination proves to be defective in
workmanship or material during the warranty period.
NOTE TO USER
This instruction manual is meant to serve as a guide only. Specifications and
references are subject to change without prior notice.
performance
MODEL: 8316N
plus
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY KING CANADA TOOLS INC.
KING CANADA INC. DORVAL, QUÉBEC, CANADA H9P 2Y4
www.kingcanada.com
GENERAL & SPECIFIC
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. KNOW YOUR TOOL
Read and understand the instruction manual and labels affixed to the tool. Learn its
application and limitations as well as its specific potential hazards.
2. Don’t use power tools in damp or wet locations or expose them to rain. Keep work area
well lit and provide adequate surrounding work space.
3. USE RIGHT TOOL.
Don’t force the tool or the attachment to do a job for which it was not designed.
4. WEAR PROPER APPAREL.
Do not wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties or jewelry (rings, watch) because they could
get caught in moving parts. Non-slip footwear is recommended. Wear protective hair
covering to contain long hair. Roll up long sleeves above the elbows.
5. MAINTAIN TOOL WITH CARE.
Keep tool clean for best and safest performance. Follow instructions for operation and
changing accessories.
6. DISCONNECT TOOLS.
Before servicing, when changing accessories or attachments.
7. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING.
Make sure the switch is in the ‘’OFF’’ position before plugging in.
8. USE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.
Consult the manual for recommended accessories. Follow the instructions that
accompany the accessories. The use of improper accessories may cause hazards.
9. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS.
Before further use of the tool, a guard or other parts that are damaged should be
carefully checked to ensure they will operate properly and perform their intended
function. Check for alignment of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting, and any
other conditions that may affect its operation. A guard or other parts which are damaged
should be properly repaired or replaced.
Specific Safety Instructions
1. Use clamps or any other practical way to secure and support the workpiece to a stable
platform. Holding the work by hand or against your body is unstable and may lead to
loss of control.
2. Do not use the tool if switch does not turn it on or off. Any tool that cannot be controlled
with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
3. Do not mix any materials or substances that contain solvents with a flash point below
210C.
4. Before mixing material, always remember to start or stop the tool while the mixing
paddle is submerged in the material. Make sure your mixing bucket is set on a leveled
and firm surface.
5. When mixing, always use the D-handle and the 3 position handle.
6. Do not reach into the mixing bucket with your hands during a mixing operation.
7. Always wear safety glasses and protective gloves during a mixing operation.
8. Do not wear loose fitting clothing during a mixing operation, they could get caught on
moving parts.
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
WARNING: The warnings, cautions, and instructions discussed in this instruction manual
cannot cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. It must be understood
by the operator that common sense and caution are factors which cannot be built into this
product, but must be supplied by the operator.
Note: Performance of this tool may vary depending on variations in local line voltage.
Extension cord usage may also affect tool performance.
VOLTAGE WARNING
Before connecting the tool to a power source (receptacle, outlet, ect.) be sure the voltage
supplied is the same as that specified on the nameplate of the tool. If one says 120V and
the other says 115V then there will be no complications. Never try to plug a 120V tool into
a 240V outlet, or the other way around. A voltage greater than that specified on the tool
can result in SERIOUS INJURY to the user, as well as damage to the tool. If in doubt, DO
NOT PLUG IN THE TOOL.
DOUBLE INSULATION
Double insulated tools are equipped with a polarized two-prong plug (one blade is wider
than the other). This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit
fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to
install a polarized outlet. Do not alter or change the plug in any way. Double insulation
eliminates the need for three wire grounded power supply and grounded power cords.
EXTENSION CORDS
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. If you are using the tool outdoors, use an extension cord rated for outdoor
use (signified by “WA” on the jacket).
The extension cord must have a minimum wire size depending on the amperage of the
tool and the length of the extension cord. This size is determined by its AWG (American
Wire Gauge) rating. The smaller the gauge, the greater the cable’s capacity. The amount
of cords used does not matter: Total length determines the minimum AWG rating. Every
cord must meet the AWG rating. Use the chart below to determine what AWG rating is
required for your situation. Cord length is rated in feet.
LENGTH OF
CONDUCTOR
0-25 FEET
26-50 FEET
51-100 FEET
WIRE SIZE REQUIRED
(AMERICAN WIRE GAUGE)
120V LINES
NO.14
NO.14
NO.12
OPERATION
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TOOL
SWITCH ACTION
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR
DRILL & MIXING KIT
WARNING: Before pluging into power source, make sure
the trigger switch can be pressed down smoothly and will
return to its “OFF” position when the trigger is released.
The drill is equipped with a “Lock-On” button which is
convenient when continuous drilling for extended periods
of time is required.
• Press down trigger switch to start work, and release to stop work.
• To have continuous operation, press down the trigger switch (1) and push the “Lock-on”
button (2) located on the side of the handle, then release the trigger.
• The drill will continue running after the release of the “Lock-on” button. To stop working,
release the trigger switch.
• When “Lock-on” feature is engaged during use and the drill becomes disconnected from
the power supply, disengage the “Lock-on” feature immediately.
REVERSIBLE ROTATING DIRECTION
The rotating direction of the drill is controlled by a lever (3)
located above the trigger.
• With the drill held in normal operating position, direction
of rotation lever should be positioned to the right of the
trigger for forward drilling operation.
• Direction of rotation is in reverse when the lever is to the left of the trigger.
NOTE: The drill will not operate unless the rotation lever is pushed fully to the left or right.
Stop drill before changing rotation!
A. 1/2” Chuck
B. 3 position (top or sides) handle
C. Drill
D. 3600 D-handle
E. D-handle lock knob
F. Forward/reverse lever
G. Speed control selector dial
H. Trigger
I. Trigger lock-on button
J. Chuck key holder
K. Mixing paddle (Paint)
L. Mixing paddle (Plaster/drywall mix)
M. Mixing paddle (Tile adhesive, mortar mix)
N. Chuck key
O. Adjustment wrench
SPECIFICATIONS
Model........................................................................................................................8316N
Amperage ......................................................................................................................9A
Voltage........................................................................................................................120V
Cycle/Phase ................................................................................................60Hz, 1 phase
No load speed (RPM) ................................................................................................0-600
Chuck size ....................................................................................................................1/2”
Mixing paddles ..............................................................................24” (10mm hex. shank)
Insulation class ........................................................................................................Double
SPEED CONTROL
The drill can be adjusted by using speed control selector
dial (4).
• Hold the tool in normal operation, and turn the variable
speed control selector clockwise to increase the speed
and torque. Turn counterclockwise to decrease the
speed and torque.
NOTE: If the variable speed control selector is fully turned
in counterclockwise direction (Zero Setting), your drill may not run.
• To lock the switch on at a given speed, depress the trigger, push in and hold the “Lockon” button then release the trigger. Next, adjust the variable speed control selector dial
until the desired speed is reached.
• When you desire not to use the variable speed control selector dial, turn it fully in the
clockwise direction. This will allow the speed of the drill to be fully controlled by the
amount of trigger depression.
MAINTENANCE
OPERATION
INSTALLING CHUCK & CHANGING DRILL BIT
MAINTENANCE
• To install 1/2” chuck to the drill, simply screw the
chuck on the drill arbor shaft. Place adjustment
wrench on the flat of the arbor shaft and tighten
chuck.
• To install a drill bit, first clean and remove any
foreign objects away from the drill bit and chuck,
otherwise the bit might not be tightened securely and thus producing unsatisfactory results and
possible injury.
• Insert the drill bit into the chuck, make sure that the drill bit is in as far as it will go.
• Place the chuck key in one of the 3 holes, then tighten all three jaws of the chuck by
rotating the chuck key clockwise.
• When dismantling the drill bit, loosen the three jaws with the chuck key, then remove the
drill bit.
NOTE: Always remove chuck key before restarting drill.
IMPORTANT: To assure product SAFETY and RELIABILITY, repairs, maintenance and
adjustments should be performed by an authorized service center or other qualified
service technician, always using identical replacement parts.
INSTALLING MIXING PADDLES
Warning! For your own safety, before proceeding to a mixing operation, it is highly
recommended to use both the D-handle and the 3 position handle.
This mixing drill is designed to mix liquid or powdery building materials such as paint,
mortar, adhesive, plaster and similar substances.
To achieve the required mixing consistency, the
correct mixing paddle must be installed.
Below is a list of recommended usage:
Mixing paddle A- Paint, lacquer, glazzings, paste.
Mixing paddle B- Paint, ready mix plaster/drywall.
Mixing paddle C- Tile adhesive, ready mix mortar
and pointing mortar.
• Insert the 10mm reduced shank end of the mixing
paddle into the chuck, make sure that the mixing
paddle is in as far as it will go.
• Place the chuck key in one of the 3 holes, then
tighten all three jaws of the chuck by rotating the
chuck key clockwise.
• When dismantling the mixing paddle, loosen the
three jaws with the chuck key, then remove the
mixing paddle.
• Before mixing material, always remember to
start or stop the tool while the mixing paddle is
emerged in the material. Make sure your mixing
bucket is set on a leveled and firm surface.
1. Air vents of the tool should be cleaned regularly to avoid overheating of the motor which
is caused by the blocking of the air vents.
2. DON’T clean this tool with water, as no liquid is allowed in the tool body. Clean the tool
with a dry clean cloth only. Compressed air at low pressure is also suitable.
3. DON’T allow petroleum based products to come into contact with the plastic parts of
the tool, as they contain chemicals that can damage or destroy the plastic parts.
CARBON BRUSHES
Remove and check the carbon brushes regularly (normally after 50 hours of use). The
carbon brushes are installed inside the motor housing. Using a screwdriver, remove the
4 pan head screws that hold the motor housing cap in place.
Remove the carbon brush from the motor housing and inspect it. Repeat this step for the
second carbon brush. Carbon brushes need to be replaced once they wear down to the
small limit mark. Keep the carbon brushes clean and free to slip in the holders.
If they have worn down to the limit mark, purchase a set of identical replacement carbon
brushes (both carbon brushes should be replaced at the same time). Install new carbon
brushes and reinstall the motor housing cap using the 4 pan head screws.
If you are unsure about these instructions, we recommend that you get a qualified service technician to replace the carbon brushes. Contact a King Canada service centre.
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