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chp 6:36am on Thursday, August 19th, 2010 
Best for Simple Electronics Being more environmentally conscious, I purchased this charger mainly to recharge my power-sucking Windows Mobile phone.
nimax 1:46pm on Thursday, May 27th, 2010 
Customer Service Nice product... I hope. Their Customer service is terrible... no answers, long hold times. Excellent hybrid charger A step up from other chargers, including ones in the Solio line. You can charge from the wall or the sun. Good converter, hard to find a use for it The tips are great.

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Boundaries within the working area Use the boundary wire to demarcate areas inside the working area by creating islands around obstacles that can not withstand a collision, for example, flower beds and fountains. Run the cable out to the area, route it around the area to be demarcated and then back along the same route. If staples are used, the wire should be laid under the same staple on the return route. When the boundary wire to and from the island are close together, the mower can drive over the wire.

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Obstacles that can withstand a collision, for example, trees or bushes higher than 15 cm, do not need to be demarcated by the boundary wire. Automower will turn when it collides with this type of obstacle. However, for the most gentle and silent operation, it is preferable to demarcate all fixed objects in and around the working area. Obstacles that slope slightly, for example, stones or large trees with raised roots, should be demarcated or removed. Automower can otherwise slide up onto this kind of obstacle causing the blades to be damaged.

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Secondary areas It is recommended to create a secondary area when the working area is made up of two areas that are joined by a passage where the distance between the boundary wires is less than 60 cm. Run the boundary wire then around the secondary area so that it forms an island outside of the main area. Automower must be moved manually between the main and secondary areas. Use the MAN operating mode when Automower shall mow a secondary area. Instead of creating an island with the existing boundary wire, a secondary area generator can ideally be used. A secondary area generator can be purchased as an accessory. Contact your dealer for further information.

Main area

Secondary area

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Passages when mowing Long narrow passages and areas, narrower than 1.5 - 2 metres, should be avoided. When Automower mows there is a risk that it runs around in the passage or area for a too long a period. The lawn will then look flattened. Passages when searching for the charging station The distance between the boundary wires in a passage must be at least 3 metres in order for Automower to follow the boundary wire through the passage without the need of changing the mower's default settings. When the distance is less than 3 metres, there are two options available that permit Automower to run through the passage. 1. Install a guide wire. When the distance between the boundary wires is less than 3 metres, it is recommended to install a guide wire through the passage. For more information about the guide wire, see 3.8 Installation of the guide wire on page 32. Usually the installation of the guide wire is the best solution with narrow passages. The narrowest passage that Automower can run through with the help of a guide wire is 60 cm between the boundary wires. 2. Change the Corridor width setting (3-2-3). When the distance between the boundary wires in a narrow passage is more than 2 metres it is possible for Automower to run through the passage if a low value is set for the Corridor width (3-2-3) function (see page 54). However, a low value involves a large risk of tracks forming along the entire boundary wire. The transition between a large area and a passage should be, if possible, designed like a funnel, with rounded corners, to make it easier for Automower to enter the passage.

The boundary wire must be crossed on the path to and from an island.

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Laying the boundary wire in towards the charging station The boundary wire can be routed in several different ways in towards the charging station. The best alternative is to route the wire completely outside the charging station, see alternative 1. The wire can also be placed under the charging station plate as shown in alternative 2 in the illustration. However, the wire should not be placed outside alternative 2 because it can then be difficult for Automower to find the charging station.

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When connecting to the charging station, the right end of the boundary wire should be guided into the right-hand hole and the cable's left end in the left-hand hole.

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Joining the boundary wire If the boundary wire is not long enough and needs to be spliced: Use original solderless coupler. It is waterproof and gives a reliable electrical connection. To splice: Insert both cable ends in the coupler. Now press down the button on top of the connector fully. Use a pair of pliers or the like, as the button on the connector is difficult to press down by hand. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Twisted cables, or a screw terminal (chock-block), insulated with insulation tape is not a satisfactory splice. Soil moisture will cause the conductors to oxidise and after a while result in a broken circuit.

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3.5 Connecting the boundary wire
Connect the boundary wire to the charging station: 1. Lift up the cover on the charging station: Grip under the edge of the cover with both hands and pull straight out towards the sides. Now lift the cover straight up.

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Slide in the ends of the boundary wire in the lowermost holes on the charging station and catch them in the uppermost holes. The right hand wire end should be inserted in the right hand hole, and the left hand wire end in the left hand hole.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION The boundary wire must not be crossed when connecting to the charging station. Therefore the right hand wire end must be connected to the right hand connector on the charging station and vice versa.

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The route to a remote area is long or complicated. When Automower shall follow the boundary wire to or from a remote area and the route along the boundary wire to the area is long or complicated.

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The boundary wire runs across a long slope (steeper than 10 %). When Automower follows the boundary wire across a slope (steeper than 10 %) the mower must compensate for the slope. The mower then follows the boundary wire at a slower speed. The risk of the mower running outside of the working area due to skidding increases.
The charging station is positioned on an island. When there is more than 4 metres between the charging station and the outer edge of the boundary wire, it can take a long time for Automower to find the charging station when it follows the boundary wire. There is a risk of the mower following the outer edge of the working area 2 - 3 turns before it changes direction and starts to follow the loop at another spot.

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Placement and connection of the guide wire
In the text below the guide wires are called guide 1 and guide 2, as is the case on the rear of the charging station. 1. Check that the charging station has the best placement. The guide wire together with the part of the boundary wire that makes up the return to the charging station is known as the guide loop. The current in the guide loop always goes to the left in the connection between the guide wire and the boundary wire. The adjoining picture shows what is considered a guide loop. The picture is also a good example of an ideal position for the charging station to give the shortest possible guide loop.

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The longer the guide wire, the closer the mower follows the guide wire. If the guide wire is longer then 300 metres, the mower may find it difficult to follow the wire. This varies depending on the design of the garden and installation.

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Lift up the cover on the charging station. If you intend to install guide 1: Insert the end of guide 1 into the lower right-hand hole on the charging station and catch it in the upper hole. Secure a connector on the guide wire. Connect guide 1 to the contact pin on the charging station marked guide 1. If you intend to install guide 2: Insert the end of guide 2 into the lower left-hand hole on the charging station and catch it in the upper hole. Secure a connector on the guide wire. Connect guide 2 to the contact pin on the charging station marked guide 2.

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Route the cable straight under the charging station plate.

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5. Route the guide wire at least 2 metres straight out from the front edge of the charging plate.

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4.2 Using the timer
The lawn should not be cut too often to obtain the best mowing result. Use the timer function (see 6.4 Timer (2) on page 47) to avoid a downtrodden lawn and to get the maximum life from your Automower. For example, the quality of your lawn will improve if it is mown every other day instead of 12 hours each day. In addition, the grass benefits from resting completely during at least a three-day period once a month.

4.3 Starting Automower

1. Open the solar cell panel using the cut-out on the back edge of the panel to access the control panel. Set the main switch to the ON position. Enter the PIN code. The default setting for the theft prevention function Time lock (4-1-2) on Automower is active. The function requires the PIN code to be stated each time the main switch is moved to the ON position when this is not done correctly the mower will stop mowing after the set number of days and will not start again until the correct PIN code has been entered. The function can be deactivated or changed as required. For more information about Time lock (4-1-2), see page 58. 4. Close the solar cell panel and check that the STOP button is in the operating mode.

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The message Starting is shown on the display. 5 beeps are heard over 2 seconds when the blade disc starts.

4.4 Stopping Automower

1. Press the STOP button. Automower stops, the blade motor stops and the solar cell panel cover can be opened.

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4.5 Restart
Restart within 20 seconds
1. Close the solar cell panel and check that the STOP button is in the operating mode. Automower starts automatically.

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Restart after more than 20 seconds
If more than 20 seconds has elapsed since the last time the STOP button or the keypad was pressed it is not possible to start the Automower by just closing the cover the solar cell panel and/or setting the STOP button in the operating mode. To start: 1. 2. Press the YES button. Close the solar cell panel and check that the STOP button is in the operating mode.

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4.6 Switching off Automower

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5.2 Programs

3. 4. 5. A B C
Under the program buttons you can save sets of different settings, to reuse or to simplify the use of Automower in several gardens. Under respective buttons there are some preset settings. You can choose to use these or change them. To change settings: Make the required settings. Save by holding down the selected button for 2 seconds, until two beeps are heard close together. If, for example, button A is pressed the message Program A changed will be shown for 2 seconds on the display. Use the saved information by quickly pressing the required button. If, for example, button A is pressed the question Use program A? will appear on the display. If YES is pressed, the Program A will be selected. The letter A is then shown on the right-hand side of the display to indicate which program is selected.

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5.3 Select
6. Cancel: Press to go back one step in the menu structure, or to interrupt an ongoing input. 7. YES: Press to confirm an entry or selection. Press to start the mower if more than 20 seconds has elapsed since you last pressed a button and you want to close the solar cell panel cover and/or set the STOP button in the operating mode. 8. Arrow up and arrow down: Press any of the arrow buttons to move the cursor between menus or different selections.

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5.4 Numbers

9. Used in the menu structure to enter settings, for example, PIN code, time or exit direction. Also used to specify a number series as a shortcut to the different menus. See more about number series in Number series on page 45.

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5.5 Main switch
10. Set the main switch in the ON position to start Automower. Set the main switch in the OFF position when you are not using the mower or if you want to work on the blade disc. When the main switch is set in the OFF position the motors on the mower cannot start. When the main switch is turned ON for the first time, a start-up sequence begins which includes: selection of the language, time format, date format and four-digit PIN code, plus setting of the time and date, see page 31.

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6. MENU FUNCTIONS

6. Menu functions

6.1 Main menu
The main menu consists of four options: 6.3 Commands (1) 6.4 Timer (2) 6.5 Garden (3) 6.6 Settings (4) The numbers in brackets refer to the menu rows on the display of the Husqvarna Automower. There are a number of submenus under each option. You can access all the functions to set Automower settings via these.

Browse between menus

Follow loop (3-2)

These functions in this sub-menu are for situations when the mower needs to be guided to reach remote areas, to find the charging station more easily, and to determine at what distance the mower shall follow the loop. You will also find test functions here to see how different charge exit settings work and how the mower finds its way into the charging station.
Follow loop out Follow loop in Corridor width Test IN Test OUT 3-23-2
Exit angles Follow loop Garden shape Advanced
Follow loop out (3-2-1) This function means that Automower can be set to follow the boundary wire or a guide wire away from the charging station to reach a more remote area of the garden. This function is very useful in gardens where the front and back are joined by a passage where the charging station cannot be placed. When this function is activated Automower will follow the boundary wire or guide wire away from the charging station in the set direction. It will start mowing when it reaches the area.

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Up to five remote areas can be activated: Area 1, Area 2, Area 3, Area 4 and Area 5. Three values need to be stated to activate an area:
Follow loop out Follow loop in Corridor width Test IN Test OUT 3-2-1 Direction Distance Proportion Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4 Area 5
Direction Specify to the right, left, guide 1 or guide 2 depending on which direction the area lies from the charging station. The direction is set looking from the charging station in the approach direction of the mower. When a guide wire is installed the direction can be specified as the guide wire. The mower will then follow the selected guide wire instead of the boundary wire. Distance Specify the number of metres along the boundary wire or guide wire from the charging station to the place in the remote area where the mower shall start mowing.
Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4 Area 5
Tip! Use the Test OUT (3-2-5) function (see page 55) to find out how far it is to the remote area. The distance, stated in metres, will appear on the mower display.
Proportion Specify a value for how often of the occasions Automower leaves the charging station it should follow the loop out to the remote area. For example the value 20 % means that in 20 % of the occasions Automower leaves the charging station, it does it in the direction to the remote area. In the remaining 80 % of the occasions the mower leaves the charging station according to the setting made for its function Exit angles (3-1). If a value of 20 % is specified for Area 1 and 10 % for Area 2, the remaining 70 % is allocated to the selection under Exit angles (3-1).

Follow loop out Follow loop in Boundary corridor Corridor width Guide 1 corridor Test IN Guide 2 corridor Test OUT 3-2-3 Corridor

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Test IN (3-2-4) The Test IN (3-2-4) function is used to test how Automower finds its way into the charging station.
Follow loop out Follow loop in Corridor width Test IN Test OUT 3-2-4
When the function is selected the mower will immediately follow the boundary wire, guide 1 or guide 2, depending on which one it finds first, in to the charging station. If there is a passage and the mower can not run through it, the Corridor width value is set too high. When Test IN is activated, the mower runs at the greatest distance from the wire that the selected corridor width permits. The adjacent picture shows how Automower negotiates a passage when a value of 8 is set for the Corridor width, but not when a value of 10 is set. IMPORTANT INFORMATION When Test IN (3-2-4) is used, the house icon on the display will come on and the mower will remain in the charging station. Press the Home button to return to operations.

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Test OUT (3-2-5) The Test OUT (3-2-5) function is used to try different charge exit settings and to find out how far it is from the charging station to a remote area. To test the settings for Follow loop out (3-2-1): Set Proportion to 100 % for the most remote area to be tested and 0 % for the other areas. Place Automower in the charging station and select Test OUT (3-2-5). The mower will now leave the charging station directly according to the stated direction and start mowing after the stated distance. Reset the Proportion values when testing is finished.
Corridor width Test IN Test OUT 3-2-4 Follow loop out Follow loop in

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To find out the distance from the charging station to a remote area: State a distance that easily exceeds the true distance. The maximum distance that can be stated is 500 metres. Set Proportion to 100 % for the areas where the distance is to be measured and 0 % for the other areas. Place Automower in the charging station and select Test OUT (3-2-5). The mower will now leave the charging station in keeping with the stated direction. Stop the mower after the required distance, open the solar cell panel and read off the distance stated in metres on the mower's display. Enter the number of metres shown in Distance for the area in question. Reset the Proportion values when testing is finished.

Garden shape (3-3)

Automower can be set according to three garden shapes: Open, Normal and Complex. This setting affects how Automower covers a working area when it mows. Above all it influences the turning angles and how often the mower changes direction. The Open setting optimises the pattern of movement for an open garden. If the garden contains a lot of small areas linked with passages a better function will be obtained with the Complex setting. Select: Open (3-3-1) for an open lawn area with few obstacles and no passages. when steep slopes give an uneven mowing result. Normal (3-3-2) for an average number of obstacles and/or passages. Complex (3-3-3) for a large lawn area and large number of obstacles and/or passages.
Exit angles Open Follow loop Normal Garden shape Complex Advanced 3-3 3-3-

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Advanced (3-4)
Check loop (3-4-1) This function allows you to check the mowers signal reception from the boundary wire, and to determine exactly where in the lawn the boundary wire is routed. The sensor used for this function is concealed inside the mower, in front of the cutting height adjustment cover. The sensor detects the position of Automower in relation to the loop. Inside, Outside or No loop signal are shown on the display. If the mower is inside the loop, Inside is shown, etc. If the mower is set with sound on, a constant beep is also heard when the mower is outside and a pulsating beep when it cannot detect a signal. If the mower is inside the loop no beep is heard. To: Check the signal reception: Move the cursor to Check loop and press YES. Find wire: Move Automower over the outer edge of the working area and select Check loop. Repeat until you find the boundary between Inside and Outside. You now know where the wire is. Drive past wire (3-4-2) The front of Automower always passes the boundary wire by a specific distance before the mower turns. The default distance is 27 cm, but this can be changed if required. The minimum value is 15 cm and the maximum value is 50 cm. To adjust the distance: Move the cursor to Drive past wire and press YES. Now specify the number of centimetres you want Automower to pass the boundary wire.
Exit angles Follow loop Garden shape Advanced 3-4 Check loop Drive past wire 3-4-2 Exit angles Follow loop Garden shape Advanced 3-4 Drive past wire 3-4-1 Check loop

PIN code Time lock ON Stop protection OFF Settings lock 4-1-3

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION The alarm can be activated on the mower using the Stop protection function. It is recommended that this function is used.
To: Activate: Move the cursor to Stop protection and press YES. Select ON to activate and press YES. Then specify for how long the alarm should sound, by answer the question Duration of alarm?. Deactivate: Move the cursor to Stop protection and press YES. Select OFF to deactivate and press YES. When you select OFF, the alarm function is also deactivated.

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Settings lock (4-1-4) This function prevents any one who does not know the PIN-code from changing any of the settings. It also prevents the A, B or C programs from being selected or saved. To: Activate: Move the cursor to Settings lock and press YES. Now select ON to activate. Deactivate: Move the cursor to Settings lock and press YES. Now select OFF to deactivate the function.
Stop protection Settings lock 4-1-4 ON OFF PIN code Time lock

Sounds (4-2)

A number of audio messages are used to indicate what Automower is currently doing.
Security Sounds Language Time and date 4-2 Operation Keypad 4-2-
Operation (4-2-1) To activate: Move the cursor to Operation and press YES. Select ON and press YES. To deactivate: Move the cursor to Operation and press YES. Select OFF and press YES. 5 beeps are heard over 2 seconds when the blade disc starts. This sound can not be deactivated.
Operation Keypad 4-2-1 ON OFF
Keypad (4-2-2) To activate: Move the cursor to Keypad and press YES. Select ON and press YES. To deactivate: Move the cursor to Keypad and press YES. Select OFF and press YES.
Operation Keypad 4-2-2 ON OFF

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Sound 2 beeps/10 seconds 5 beeps over 2 seconds 3 beeps/second One long beep Short click sound Muffled long beep Significance Charging Starting blade disc Fault message Blade disc blocked A button on the keypad has been pressed Incorrect input The mower is removed from the charging station manually while charging is in progress. Short double beep A change to the setting has been made The mower is placed in the charging station manually.

Language (4-3)

Using this function you can change the language selection you made when Automower was first started. To select the language: Move the cursor to Language and press YES. Now move the cursor to the required language and press YES.
Security Sounds Language Time and date 4-3

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Time and date (4-4)

Check that the boundary wire has been routed correctly. Check that the boundary wire has been routed in accordance with the installation instructions. Check that the boundary wire has been routed correctly. Change the search settings according to the Follow loop in (3-2-2) on page 53. Change the position of the charging station.
The battery is spent. Wrong PIN code Wrong PIN code has been entered. Three attempts are permitted, the keypad is then blocked for five minutes. Automower has got caught in something.
Expected life is 1 - 4 years. Contact your dealer to replace the battery. Enter the correct PIN code.

No drive

Free the mower and rectify the reason for the lack of drive. If it is due to wet grass, wait until the lawn has dried before using the mower. Check that Automower has docked correctly in the charging station. Place Automower in the charging station and check that the charging strips and contact strips make good contact. Remove the object. Remove the object.
No contact in charging station Charging station blocked
Automower makes poor contact with the contact strips in the charging station. The contact between the charging strips and contact strips may be poor and Automower has made a number of charging attempts. An object is obstructing Automower.
Stuck in charging station Upside down Needs manual charging
An object is preventing Automower from reversing out of the charging station. Automower leans too much or has turned over. Automower is set in MAN operating mode.
Turn the mower the right way up. This behaviour is normal; no action required.

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9.2 Fault symptom
If your Automower does not work correctly, follow the trouble shooting guide below. If the fault persists; contact your dealer. Symptom Uneven mowing results Cause Automower works too few hours per day. Working area too large. Action Increase the mowing time, see 6.4 Timer (2) on page 47. Try limiting the working area or extending the working time, see 6.4 Timer (2) on page 47. Replace all the blades and screws so that the rotating parts are balanced. Increase the cutting height and then successively lower. Change the Garden shape (3-3) setting to Open. Check that the skid plate and blade disc rotate easily. If not, the skid plate and perhaps the blade disc must be removed and the grass and foreign objects removed. See 8.5 Cleaning on page 70. Set the clock, see Time and date (4-4) on page 62. Adjust the start and stop time settings for mowing, see 6.4 Timer (2) on page 47. Inspect the blades and screws and replace them if necessary. No action. The blade disc does not rotate when the mower is searching for the charging station. Dismantle and clean the skid plate and blade disc.

Dull blades. Long grass in relation to the set cutting height. The mower seems to work more at the top of a slope than at the bottom. Accumulation of grass by the blade disc or around the motor shaft.
Automower runs at the wrong time
The clock on Automower needs to be set. The start and stop times for mowing are incorrect.
Automower vibrates Automower runs, but the blade disc does not rotate The mower mows for shorter periods than usual between charges Both the mowing and charging times are shorter than usual Automower starts mowing directly outside of the charging station instead of following the loop out
Unbalanced blade disc or damaged blades. Automower is looking for the charging station. Grass or a foreign object is blocking the blade disc or skid plate.
This behaviour is normal in high temperatures (gradually increasing above 25 C).

No action.

Change corridor width and/or reversing distance.

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10. TECHNICAL DATA

10. Technical data

Data Dimensions Length Width Height Weight Electrical system Battery Solar cell panel Transformer Power consumption Noise emissions Measured noise level Guaranteed noise level Mowing Mowing system Cutting height Cutting width Working capacity Three, pivoted cutting knife blades 2-6 cm 22 cm 2,100 m2 +/- 20% 63 dB(A) 69 dB(A) NiMH special battery 18V / 4.4Ah 12W 230V / 24V Maximum 15kWh/month in a working area of 2,100 mcm 55 cm 30 cm 10.0 kg Automower Solar Hybrid
11. Environmental information
The symbol on the Husqvarna Automower or its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local council office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

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12. EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
12. EU declaration of conformity

Underframe...70 Uneven mowing results..75 Upside down..74 Use Change cutting height...40 Safety instructions..8 Use Automower..37 Use the timer...38
Wall socket...19 Week timer...49 Weekend timer...48 Whats what Automower..11 Wheels,Maintenance..70 Winter storage...69 Working area Boundaries..22, 24 Working method Automower..13 Wrong PIN code...74

YES button...43

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AUTOMOWER is a trademark owned by Husqvarna AB. Copyright 2007 HUSQVARNA. All rights reserved.

 

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