Can I sharpen
It is highly recommended to flip or replace the blade rather
than sharpening it. Once a season is a good time to do it
or when dull. Sharpening the blade will reduce its balance,
which will increase mower noise, vibrations and could lead
to damaging the mowing motor. Motor damage caused by using
a sharpened blade are not covered under warranty. Dull blades
will produce a ragged cut and will reduce the cutting capacity.
the blade hard to change?
Changing or flipping the blade is a simple process that
only requires a screwdriver and only takes a few minutes.
I have to keep up with the charging
process and unplug the unit when I think the battery is
No, the charging system is equipped with a float control,
allowing the system to remain connected at all times without
risk of damage.
How do I charge
it during the winter?
The Lawnbot uses a winter charging kit to keep your batteries
in top shape. It takes seconds to connect and will help
to ensure maximum life for the batteries. If your climate
is not severe, the mower can just sit in the dock.
What is the life
of the batteries?
When properly maintained, a lead-acid battery (professional
model) will last two to three years/seasons on average.
The lithium battery used in the Deluxe and Evolution models
will last 4 to 5 years on average. Never place a lithium
ion battery in with a lead-acid.
What is the cost
of electricity to recharge the battery?
The average cost of electricity to recharge the batteries
is approximately $10.00 a year.
Can I wash it
like I used to wash my regular mower?
No you cannot. Although the LawnBott is weatherproof, it
should not be subjected to direct water spray. Simply wipe
it down using plain water or a general purpose household
cleaner. This also applies to the charging house.
Control and Wire:
wire: Is there a simple way to find
a break in the perimeter wire?
Sure there is. First, inspect areas on the wire where you
have just done some work on, such as digging etc. Second,
get in touch with us and we will send you instructions of
how to find the break in the wire using some extra wire.
do I repair a break in the wire
or add a section of wire to an existing zone?
Use only sealed connectors. Twisting the two wire ends together
will work for a a short period and then corrode and become
a bad connection. These can be intermittent and cause your
Lawn mower to seem to have a mind of its own and refuse
to work when it wants to.