7372Re: Perimeter Switch Craziness!
- Jul 1, 2005Remember to take the unit apart, unscrew the battery tray and then
the circuit board, and remove the circuit board.
I recently did that following recommendations in another thread. I
found about a teaspoon of water under the circuit board that was kept
from view (and from drying) by the rubber seal.
After two days of the board sitting in front of a fan, it now works
--- In RoboMower@yahoogroups.com, "wild_bill_howell"
> He sure is snake-bit, isn't he?
> First check for condensation inside the unit.
> If dry & still malfuncts....
> get a replacement.
> --- In RoboMower@yahoogroups.com, "terry_veldhuizen"
> <terry_veldhuizen@y...> wrote:
> > Your house is not by chance on an Indian burial ground?
> > Terry
> > --- In RoboMower@yahoogroups.com, "thin_men" <thin_men@y...>
> > > Hey Everyone,new
> > >
> > > I had posted a few weeks ago about my RL550 not edging
> completely -
> > this problem
> > > seems to have gone away inexplicably. However, now I have a
> > issue: my perimeter
> > > switch "battery low" light is glowing steadily, even with new
> > batteries. Here's the kicker: it
> > > happens even when the switch is turned OFF and is DISCONNECTED
> > from the perimeter
> > > wires! When I hook it up to the perimeter wires, it sounds its
> > alert tone. I tried testing it
> > > by connecting the two terminals with a short piece of wire, and
> > still happened. Needless
> > > to say, the mower cannot detect a wire signal, and refuses to
> > mow. Like my other
> > > problem, this happened without cause, and is driving me crazy!
> > Any suggestions?
> > >
> > > Ernie
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