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Recently I went into my garage to find the invisible dog fence transmitter beeping. After calling the company I was informed that this alarm meant there was a ...
First thing to do is make sure that you do indeed have a break. There are a few ways to do this. On my unit, two wires run ...
To start, you'll need to round up a handheld AM radio and a RF choke (Radioshack part number 273-102).
Take the two wires that you disconnected from the transmitter and connect them to the leads of the RF choke. Then insert the leads of the choke into ...
The fence emits a radio signal that is picked up by a reciever on your dog's collar when it gets in range, causing a warning signal or an ...
Walk the perimeter while passing the radio antenna over the ground where you suspect the wire to be. You should be able to pick up a clear, definite ...
When you've located the area where you suspect the break to be you'll need to expose the wire. I used a 3-pronged hand tiller and dragged it perpendicular ...
Once you've found a break, use the radio to check that you have a strong signal on both lines. I actually had two breaks but didn't know it ...
The final step is connecting the broken ends in a way that is weatherproof and secure. I bought these connectors from the local hardware store, time will tell ...
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