Robomow with defective drive unit

20160818_083102940_iOSI had an issue with my MC300. One day, the mower was outside of the lawn. After putting it back and starting the program manually it went again directly outside the lawn. After checking the wheels (spin the wheels manually), one of them was overrunning. After calling Robomow Support, they sent me a replacement unit for the defect part. The replacement is quite easy and done within 5 minutes:

  • Turn off  Robomow
  • Remove the wheels (screwdriver)
  • Remove the battery pack
  • Replace the unit
  • Mount battery pack and wheels



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