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Questions about Landroid?
Learn more here.

How do I set my Landroid's mowing schedule?

First, determine how long it will take Landroid to mow your yard — you can use the Auto Mowing Time Schedule chart found in the Owner’s Manual as a starting point. Then identify the days and time periods you want to mow. Be sure to factor in adequate time for charging.

How do I start my Landroid?

It’s simple, once correctly set-up and programmed. Just open the key pad lid, press Start, then close the lid. If Landroid doesn’t work, double-check the “Turn on and test the installation” section of the Installation Guide.

Or if you have previously set it one up, just wait for the next scheduled mowing cycle and Landroid will start itself.

Okay, give it to me straight: How difficult will it be to install my Landroid?

It’s easy to set up Landroid by yourself. Just follow the steps on the Installation Guide or watch the coaching video here.

How long will it take to install my Landroid?

That depends on the size and complexity of your lawn. It generally takes 2-4 hours for installation. We strongly recommend you read the Installation Guide and the Owner’s Manual completely.

What will I need to install my Landroid?

Not much. You'll just need:

• simple tools — a hammer/rubber mallet and a wire cutter,
• power — an appropriate electrical outlet where the Landroid can be connected, and
• area — a good location for Landroid's charging station, either covered or uncovered

Everything else you need is included in the box.

Where should I place my charging station?

Pretty much anywhere. It can even be located outside of the lawn area (i.e., mulched area of adjacent garden) as long as there are 3 feet on the front or back side of the charging station and the wires can be properly installed going into and out of the charging station. (See “Placing the Charging Base” in the Installation Guide for more tips.)

There are lots of obstacles in my yard, how do I factor those when I install my Landroid?

To protect Landroid and your property, you’ll need to install what's called an “island” around any obstacle under 6” high that can damage Landroid or any item that might be damaged or destroyed if Landroid bumps into it. (See the “Pegging your boundary wire” section in the Installation Guide for more details on creating an island.)

Will I need to collect any grass shavings after my Landroid mows the lawn?

First, determine how long it will take Landroid to mow your yard – you can use the Auto Mowing Time Schedule chart found in the Owner’s Manual as a starting point. Then identify the days and time periods you want to mow. Be sure to factor in adequate time for charging.

What happens if it rains?

Landroid can continue mowing during rain. However, it typically will automatically return to its charging station until the rain stops or the next mowing cycle.

What if Landroid needs to recharge while it's mowing?

Landroid is smart and self-sufficient. It will automatically make its way to its charging station and once it’s recharged it will continue mowing. Time for charging is included in the scheduled mowing cycle times.

Will my Landroid need regular maintenance?

Landroid needs very minor maintenance. It’s mostly common sense in taking care of your valuable new product:

• Keep its body and underside clean.
• Periodically remove grass clipping and debris build-up from contact pins & charge strips.
• Rotate/flip and change blades as instructed.
• Replace the battery as needed.
• We recommend storing your Landroid in a shed or garage during the winter.

For more detailed maintenance information, please refer to the Owner's Manual.

How often will I need to rotate the blades and how do I do it?

To extend the life of the blades, they should be rotated/flipped monthly. Don’t worry, it’s easy:
Just use a Phillips screwdriver to remove and reinstall the blades.

How long will the blades last?

That depends on how often you use your Landroid, among other factors. However, if you’re rotating/flipping as directed, a set of blades can last up to 4 months.

What happens if my Landroid is lifted or turns over during operation?

Landroid has sensors to detect if it’s lifted or flipped over. Once either has been detected, the cutting system stops immediately.

How can I prevent someone from stealing my Landroid?

You can program a security PIN to prevent unauthorized users. Landroid also has an alarm with an adjustable volume level.

Function Messages

Raining

When it senses rain, Landroid will return to its charging base and stay there either until dry or until the delay time period passes. Once it’s dry, Landroid will automatically begin the delay and countdown and then return to mow. If you want Landroid to mow before this, simply turn it off then on again, but only when the rain sensor is dry, or you can set the delay time to 0 min.

Locating Charger Base

Landroid needs to recharge — during the journey to its base, the cutting blade is stopped in order to save energy.

Waiting for scheduled time

Landroid is on stand-by, mowing will start according to the program you’ve set.

Searching working area

Landroid is searching a certain area to mow.

Charge completed

Landroid has completed its charging. Even though it’s charged, it will not mow until a scheduled time.


Error Messages

Outside of working area

  1. If Landroid is outside its territory: turn power off, move Landroid inside its territory, then turn power on.
  2. If Landroid is inside its territory: confirm that the LED on the charging base is green. If not, confirm that the charging base is connected properly to the charger and the charger is connected to a suitable power supply. If so, most likely the boundary wire ends are clamped incorrectly, and you need to reverse them.
  3. If the LED light flashes green, confirm the boundary wire is correctly connected to the clamps of the charging base. If the problem persists, confirm that the boundary wire hasn’t been cut.

Trapped

  1. Turn power off.
  2. Move Landroid to an area in your lawn that's free of obstacles.
  3. Turn power on.
  4. If the error message is still displayed, turn power off, turn Landroid over and check if there’s any debris causing a blockage in the top cover.
  5. Remove any possible obstruction, turn Landroid upright, then turn power on.

How do I set my Landroid's mowing schedule?

First, determine how long it will take Landroid to mow your yard — you can use the Auto Mowing Time Schedule chart found in the Owner’s Manual as a starting point. Then identify the days and time periods you want to mow. Be sure to factor in adequate time for charging.

How do I start my Landroid?

It’s simple, once correctly set-up and programmed. Just open the key pad lid, press Start, then close the lid. If Landroid doesn’t work, double-check the “Turn on and test the installation” section of the Installation Guide.

Or if you have previously set it one up, just wait for the next scheduled mowing cycle and Landroid will start itself.

Okay, give it to me straight: How difficult will it be to install my Landroid?

It’s easy to set up Landroid by yourself. Just follow the steps on the Installation Guide or watch the coaching video here.

Beginning in summer 2017, professional installation will be available. Just call 1-800-727-6260 for more information.

How long will it take to install my Landroid?

That depends on the size and complexity of your lawn. It generally takes 2-4 hours for installation. We strongly recommend you read the Installation Guide and the Owner’s Manual completely.

What will I need to install my Landroid?

Not much. You'll just need:

• simple tools — a hammer/rubber mallet and a wire cutter,
• power — an appropriate electrical outlet where the Landroid can be connected, and
• area — a good location for Landroid's charging station, either covered or uncovered

Everything else you need is included in the box.

Where should I place my charging station?

Pretty much anywhere. It can even be located outside of the lawn area (i.e., mulched area of adjacent garden) as long as there are 3 feet on the front or back side of the charging station and the wires can be properly installed going into and out of the charging station. (See “Placing the Charging Base” in the Installation Guide for more tips.)

There are lots of obstacles in my yard, how do I factor those when I install my Landroid?

To protect Landroid and your property, you’ll need to install what's called an “island” around any obstacle under 6” high that can damage Landroid or any item that might be damaged or destroyed if Landroid bumps into it. (See the “Pegging your boundary wire” section in the Installation Guide for more details on creating an island.)

Will I need to collect any grass shavings after my Landroid mows the lawn?

First, determine how long it will take Landroid to mow your yard — you can use the Auto Mowing Time Schedule chart found in the Owner’s Manual as a starting point. Then identify the days and time periods you want to mow. Be sure to factor in adequate time for charging.

What happens if it rains?

Landroid can continue mowing during rain. However, it typically will automatically return to its charging station until the rain stops or the next mowing cycle.

What if Landroid needs to recharge while it's mowing?

Landroid is smart and self-sufficient. It will automatically make its way to its charging station and once it’s recharged it will continue mowing. Time for charging is included in the scheduled mowing cycle times.

Will my Landroid need regular maintenance?

Landroid needs very minor maintenance. It’s mostly common sense in taking care of your valuable new product:

• Keep its body and underside clean.
• Periodically remove grass clipping and debris build-up from contact pins & charge strips.
• Rotate/flip and change blades as instructed.
• Replace the battery as needed.
• We recommend storing your Landroid in a shed or garage during the winter.

For more detailed maintenance information, please refer to the Owner's Manual.

How often will I need to rotate the blades and how do I do it?

To extend the life of the blades, they should be rotated/flipped monthly. Don’t worry, it’s easy: Just use a Phillips screwdriver to remove and reinstall the blades.

How long will the blades last?

That depends on how often you use your Landroid, among other factors. However, if you’re rotating/flipping as directed, a set of blades can last up to 4 months.

What happens if my Landroid is lifted or turns over during operation?

Landroid has sensors to detect if it’s lifted or flipped over. Once either has been detected, the cutting system stops immediately.

How can I prevent someone from stealing my Landroid?

You can program a security PIN to prevent unauthorized users. Landroid also has an alarm with an adjustable volume level.

Function Messages

Raining

When it senses rain, Landroid will return to its charging base and stay there either until dry or until the delay time period passes. Once it’s dry, Landroid will automatically begin the delay and countdown and then return to mow. If you want Landroid to mow before this, simply turn it off then on again, but only when the rain sensor is dry, or you can set the delay time to 0 min.

Locating Charger Base

Landroid needs to recharge — during the journey to its base, the cutting blade is stopped in order to save energy.

Waiting for scheduled time

Landroid is on stand-by, mowing will start according to the program you’ve set.

Searching working area

Landroid is searching a certain area to mow.

Charge completed

Landroid has completed its charging. Even though it’s charged, it will not mow until a scheduled time.

Error Messages

Outside of working area

• If Landroid is outside its territory: turn power off, move Landroid inside its territory, then turn power on.
• If Landroid is inside its territory: confirm that the LED on the charging base is green. If not, confirm that the charging base is connected properly to the charger and the charger is connected to a suitable power supply. If so, most likely the boundary wire ends are clamped incorrectly, and you need to reverse them.
• If the LED light flashes green, confirm the boundary wire is correctly connected to the clamps of the charging base. If the problem persists, confirm that the boundary wire hasn’t been cut.

Trapped

• Turn power off.
• Move Landroid to an area in your lawn that's free of obstacles.
• Turn power on.
• If the error message is still displayed, turn power off, turn Landroid over and check if there’s any debris causing a blockage in the top cover.
• Remove any possible obstruction, turn Landroid upright, then turn power on.

Video Library
Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower | WORX
Take a peek.
Then take a seat.
Learn all you’ll need to know about the wonders of Landroid ownership. See how Landroid works, how to set up your Landroid and observe all the incredible things Landroid can do.

Then comes the easy part: relaxing as Landroid does all the work.
Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower | WORX
Take a peek.
Then take a seat.
Learn all you’ll need to know about the wonders of Landroid ownership. See how Landroid works, how to set up your Landroid and observe all the incredible things Landroid can do.

Then comes the easy part: relaxing as Landroid does all the work.
 
Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower | WORX
Watch Landroid Work
A droid's eye view of the intricate cuts and nifty navigation Landroid provides.
 
Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower | WORX
Easy Set Up
A simple, easy-to-follow guide for installing your Landroid.
 
Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower | WORX
Ready, Set, Go.
An overview of Landroid and its many helpful features.
 
Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower | WORX
Software Update
Software Update
Use the combination of Landroid model number and serial number to
determine your apporpriate software to download.
Use the combination of Landroid model number and serial number to
determine your apporpriate software to download.
Latest software firmware: 1.557.95.5 | Software Update Details
Model
Serial Number
Software Update
WG794
201511000001-001 through
201511000321-0370
WG794
30832407 15052902 0001-0001
through 30832407 15113001
0001-0050
WG794
TYPE 2
≥ 30832407 16031501 0001-0001
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Where do I find my serial number?

Depending on which Landroid
model you own, the serial number
may be found either:
a)  under the latch cover on top of
your Landroid.
b)  on the rear below Landroid's
lift handle.
Latest Software Firmware: 1.557.95.5
Read all about it.
For more detailed and comprehensive information about your Landroid and its functionality, installation or programming, download the most current versions of the Owner's Manual, the Installation Guide and the Programming Guide.
For more detailed and comprehensive information, use this link to download the most current user manual for your Landroid.
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