So having this week was that, I set the mower to run automatically.
So it will run its own cycle.
So far, so good.
My yard still has some patches that haven't been mowed yet.
But I'm gonna check out the rubber mode and make sure everything is okay.
[SOUND] I gotta say this is a strong and mighty little piece of equipment here, and it's coming after me, gosh!
So I've got my coffee in one hand, iPod in the other, and I'm just letting the Robomow do what it does best, which is to make my yard Look better than I ever could.
Okay so the robo mode just stopped in the middle of the yard.
Lets see what the screen is telling us.
Mow overheat cooling.
Well you just do your thing, Robomow.
You take a rest.
Just gonna have some coffee, while I wait for the Robomow to cool down.
There it goes,
Back with a vengeance I see, nice.
[SOUND] So I just pulled up to my house after being gone for the day with the Robomow on automatic, And it looks like it got a lot of the yard, but there are still some long patches.
I have it set to medium frequency, which might be why it hasn't gotten some of these bigger patches.
But yeah I think I've done everything that I can do now to get the robomow working.
So let me just get out of its way and trust that it will take good care of my yard.
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