Even though this process is quite simple to take care of, it may still cause you some problems. That’s why I recommend you get your dealer to take care of it for you. They will know the best way to fit the model to your garden, which will probably save you quite a bit of time and stress. They might even give you some advice on maintaining the mower throughout the season.
But obviously this is up to you to decide so I’ll give you a little overview of what is needed to be done. Just make sure to refer to your user manual while carrying out the process.
- Find a suitable place for the charging station. This should be in an area of flat ground and somewhere in the garden nearby a power source.
- Once you’ve found a place, peg it into the ground.
- Now peg down a guide wire starting from the front of the station.Make sure to refer to your user manual to correctly lay the wire.
- Then go around the edges of your garden and begin pegging down the perimeter wire. Again you’ll want to refer to the user manual for the correct laying procedure. And make sure to section off any trees, plants or bushes while on your way round.
- Now you’ll need to connect the wires and power cables to the back of the charging station. This part is the most likely to go wrong so please refer to the user manual and video below before completing.
- Place the Tango on the station and start programming it to your garden.
And that’s you! Just send it out for its first mow (although I would watch out for it first to make sure nothing has went wrong).
To make sure you have a good grasp of the process, make sure to watch the video below: