bhs2909 Posted November 1, 2018 Report Share Posted November 1, 2018 (edited) SORRY FOR THE BAD ENGLISH IN THE FIRST POSTING HOPE THIS IS MORE READABLE Following a heart attack my family "encouraged" me into buying a Automower 420. It was installed by the approved supplier in April 2018 and so far it has been a disaster. Every few weeks I get the flashing light blue and "No Loop Signal" message. The problem is not with the mower itself, it's to do with the installation of the boundary wire. This has been repaired and modified by the suppliers at least 3 times and by myself on many more occasions . I live in the country and we are plagued with rabbits. The boundary wire is either not buried properly in places and it is too easy for these creatures to break. Because of the number of breaks / repairs I am thinking of replacing 200m of boundary wire along the regulary damaged section. I am thinking of using 2.5mm stranded earth cable instead of the Husqvana approved green wire. This should be more robust than the green wire. Through the area most prone to rabbit infestation I will put the wire into plastic water pipe to give some extra protection. I am thinking of hiring a walk behind concrete cutting machine to make a 150mm deep groove to push the new cable into my lawn. I am open to any other suggestions that you guys might suggest? In any case I'm not going back to the supplier again as I have no confidence that they can fix the problem. I intend to get a permanent solution to this myself. Thanks Edited November 2, 2018 by bhs2909 Bad grammar Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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