Before using the robotic lawnmower for the first time, a start-up sequence is launched in the menu of the robotic lawnmower and the guidance signal is calibrated automatically. During calibration, it can also be ascertained whether the guide cable has been routed in such a way that the robotic lawnmower can easily follow the guide cable from the charging station. It follows the guide cable to the point at which the guide cable connects to the boundary wire and starts to mow from there. If the robotic lawnmower does not follow the guide cable to the end, it may be that the guide cable has been routed incorrectly or the robotic lawnmower may have been obstructed on its route (driven into a boundary wire or very uneven ground has triggered the shock sensor). To find out more about this, refer to our Service information on calibrating the guide cable for the robotic lawnmower.
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- Which parts are excluded from the warranty?
- Why don’t the battery-operated shears start straight away?
- Are the wheels/handle compatible with old GARDENA equipment?
- How do you recommend caring for the blades?
- Can the blades be reground?
- How can I adjust the GARDENA Spreader for certain lawn seeds and types of fertiliser?
- What can I distribute using my spreader?
- What is the difference between Cylinder Lawnmowers and C-model Cylinder Lawnmowers?
- Can the blades on the manual lawn mowers be reground?
- How does a lawnmower with non-contact cutting system cut?