Robot not mowing all Areas

Robot not mowing all Areas

Possible causes:

  1. Not enough time scheduled.“
  2. Lawn coverage” not setup correctly
  3. Guide wires not setup correctly
Diagnostic steps:

  1. Check Schedule
  2. Check to make sure “Lawn Coverage” is setup correctly:
         Check each area distance
         Check each area % of cutting time
  3. Perform a “Lawn Coverage” Test of areas with issue

Procedures:

Check “Lawn Coverage” settings:

  1. Make sure robot is turned on and unlocked.
  2. Go To: Menu then press OK
  3. Go To: Installation then press OK
  4. Go To: Lawn Coverage then press OK
  5. Go To: GPS Auto 430X/450X then press OK
  6. Go To: Overview of lawn coverage - then press OK
  7. Go To: Area (1-5) then press OK
  8. Go To: More then press OK
  9. Go To: Test - then press OK
  10. Follow instructions on screen.
This will test that robot can get to all Areas correctly

Notes:

You need to Turn Off “GPS Map” when setting up Areas
Make sure “GPS Auto” is Turned On once you have finished Testing


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