Breaks in the boundary wire are usually caused by accidental damage, e.g. when digging with a shovel. In areas where ground frost occurs, sharp stones moving underground can damage the wire. Too strong a tension in the wire during installation can also lead to breakages. Mowing grass too short after installation may damage the wire insulation. Damage to the insulation can lead to interruptions arising weeks or even months later. A break in the wire can be found more easily by repeatedly halving the length of the loop in the area where the break is suspected until just a small section of wire is left. Further instructions and detailed information can be found in the user manual or in our Service information.
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- My robotic lawnmower is suddenly making a really loud noise while mowing; why is this the case?
- The robotic lawnmower isn’t starting automatically; why is this?
- The robotic lawnmower is no longer returning to the charging station; why is this?
- The robotic lawnmower isn’t travelling through its corridor; why is this?
- My charging station is flashing green, the robotic lawnmower is in the work area, what do I need to do?
- The indicator light on the charging station isn’t lighting up, what can I do?
- How can I find a break in the boundary wire?
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- How can I find out where there is an interruption in the loop cable in the robotic lawnmower installation?