Treat your Husqvarna Automower® to an all-inclusive winter stay
Give your Automower® a good service before putting it to winter rest at one of our Husqvarna dealers. They will store it and make sure it is charged and ready when the new season arrives.
How to change to a terrain kit on your Husqvarna Automower® 400-series
When it’s slippery, or if you have slopes on your lawn, our terrain kit helps your Automower® to perform. This easy guide shows you how you can easily switch to a terrain kit. If you have an Automower® 300-series go here for instructions:
How to change to a terrain kit on your Husqvarna Automower® 300-series
When it’s slippery, or you have slopes on your lawn, our terrain kit helps your Automower® to perform. This easy guide shows you how you can easily equip your mower with a terrain kit. If you have an Automower® 400-series go here for instructions:
How to regularly clean your Husqvarna Automower®
It is important to keep your Automower® clean for the best performance and a long service life. A mower with a lot of clippings attached also handles slopes poorly. It is recommended to clean it using a brush, spraying with water, or use a damp cloth. Never use running water, high-pressure washer, or solvent, when cleaning your Husqvarna Automower®.
How to change the cutting blades on your Automower®
When the blades become worn, or when the tip of the grass blades begin to whiten and look frayed when cutting, you should change the blades on your Automower® to maintain performance. Make sure you always use original blades and screws, and always replace the screw at the same time as the blade when carrying out maintenance, otherwise the screw can be worn out and cause the blade to come loose when operating.
How to change the oil in your Husqvarna lawnmower
Change the oil after every 25 hours of operation or each season. You may need to change the oil more often under dusty, dirty conditions. There are two ways of draining the oil, both shown in this video.
Before tipping the lawn mower to drain oil, empty the fuel tank by running the engine until the fuel tank is empty.
How to change to a grass blade on your brushcutter
Changing from a trimmer line to a grass blade on your Husqvarna brushcutter is easy; all you have to do is follow these simple steps. If you are changing your trimmer head outdoors, ensure it’s in a place where it’s easy to see a small tool or nut, should you drop it.
How to change to a grass blade on your battery brushcutter
Having the right tools for the job when gardening is of course essential for getting a good result. Changing from a trimmer line to a grass blade on your Husqvarna brushcutter is easy; just watch the video and follow these simple steps. A bench is always useful to work on, and it prevents you from dropping screws in the grass.
How to charge your Husqvarna Battery Rider
Make a habit of always charging the battery when the machine is not in use. When the battery is fully charged, the charger goes into maintenance charging mode. Incorrectly used, broken or faulty, a battery charger can cause an electric shock, overheat, or leak battery acid. Remember that the batteries must be recharged with the battery charger supplied.
Charging should be carried out in an ideal surrounding temperature of 0 to 40°C. Do not charge at temperatures below 0°C, or in direct sunlight. Make sure to keep the charger out of children’s reach.