How do I find a breakage of the boundary wire?
Breaks in the loop wire are usually the result of unconscious physical damage to the cable such as when gardening with a shovel. In countries with ground frost, even sharp stones that move in the ground can damage the wire. Breaks can also be due to the high tension in the wire during installation. Mowing the grass too low right after the installation can damage cable insulation. A defective splicing of the loop wire can also lead to disruptions first several weeks after the splice was formed.
A wire break can be located by gradually halving the distance of the loop where the break may have occurred until there is only a very short section of the wire left.
There is an error message in the display – what do I do?
In the Operator’s Manual there is a list of the most common error messages and recommended actions.