Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Best practices for common remote control slope mower issues.

Probable CauseCorrection
Oil pressure is low.Check oil level on flat ground, refer to engine manual.
Probable CauseCorrection
Machine operating at same angle for too longRotate or change directions of machine
Probable CauseCorrection
Excessive operating angleMove machine to less steep area
Probable CauseCorrection
No joystick inputs for 10 seconds, machine goes to Safe ModePress enable and use joystick
Probable CauseCorrection
Emergency Stop Switch is in the down positionPull Emergency Stop switch up to operate position. See Manual.
Fuel tank is emptyFill fuel tank. See Manual.
Fuel supply is contaminatedReplace with clean fuel.
Battery is not charged.Charge battery. See Manual.
Battery cables are loose or corroded.Clean and tighten cables. See Manual.
Spark plug wire(s) are loose or spark plug(s) are faulty.Connect spark plug wire(s) or replace spark (plug). Refer to engine manual.
Electrical system is faulty.Contact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Engine is faulty.Contact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Probable CauseCorrection
Fuel tank is empty.Fill fuel tank. See Manual.
Spark plug is faulty.Replace spark plug. Refer to engine manual.
Fuel filter is dirtyClean or replace filter. See engine manual.
Air filter cartridge is pluggedClean or replace filter. See engine manual.
Engine is faulty.Contact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Probable CauseCorrection
Engine oil level is lowAdd engine oil. Refer to engine manual.
Cooling fins are pluggedClean engine. Refer to engine manual.
Engine is faultyContact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Probable CauseCorrection
Ignition ground wire is disconnectedConnect ground wire to clean, metal surface.
Ignition switch is faultyContact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Probable CauseCorrection
Parking break is engaged.Release parking break.
Controller “Engage” button is not pressed.Confirm “Engage” button is pressed and green indicator light shows connected.
Transaxles are bypassed.Turn transaxle bypass valves to operating position. See Manual.
Transaxle drive belt is faulty.Replace transaxle drive belt. See Manual.
Transaxles are faulty.Contact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Transaxle drive system is faulty.Contact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Hydraulic oil level is low.Add hydraulic oil. See Manual.
Probable CauseCorrection
PTO belt is faulty.Replace PTO belt. See Manual.
PTO switch, wiring, connectors, or clutch are faulty.Contact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Controller in safe mode.Press ENABLE button
Probable CauseCorrection
Parking brake needs adjustment.Adjust parking brake lever. See Manual.
Parking brake is faulty.Contact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Probable CauseCorrection
Steering control needs adjustment.Contact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Probable CauseCorrection
Actuators need electronic adjustmentContact nearest dealer or RC Mowers Support
Mowing speed it too fast.Drive slower when cutting thick grass and heavy brush.
Cutting height is too low.Raise cutting height. For tall grass/brush, mow twice.
Probable CauseCorrection
Oil pressure is low (or engine is not running)Stop engine immediately and refer to engine manual.
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To help you find the right RC Mower for the job, we have designed a series of questions to help with that process. Each question has specific criteria to help you narrow down your choices. At any time you can skip a question, or come back to it later.

Measure the angle of your slopes (in degrees). For the most accurate measurement, use one of the many angle measuring apps available for iOS/android devices. (Our top picks include: Slope Angle or Angle Meter.)

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Determine the terrain type most often encountered: rocky/smooth, firm/loose, wet/dry, or a combination of all.

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Please specify whether this will be primarily for commercial or residential application.

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What is the optimal cutting deck size for your application?

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