Know where your wire is buried
Use the training flags or some markers to define the edge of signal fields around the property before any landscaping is done. You can locate your fence by using the receiver collar. This will help any workmen to identify the approximate location of the boundary wire. Remember if you have been recently installed and the training flags are still in place that the flags are marking the edge of the signal field and not the location of the cable. Do not throw your training flags away after training.
Hold the receiver below your knees with the contact posts up. Walk perpendicular toward the boundary wire. You will first hear the audible tone – This will stop when you are directly over the wire. You will now hear the correction beeps and you can set your flag in the ground. This would also be applicable if you are placing the flags in the ground for the training of a new cat.
Check your receiver collar
Test your collar monthly, also check the collar fit & check contact posts and the battery cap on the receiver collar and tighten if needed. It is also a good idea to check the lights on the transmitter occasionally. Remember – the red light shows you have AC power to the system, green light shows there are no breaks in the wire. If you have a wire break, the green light will go out an audible warning will sound.
If both lights go out, you may have experienced a lightning surge. If you still experience problems, please contact us for assistance – 01628 476475 or email: email@example.com
Test the Battery
Ensure you change the battery regularly – We offer battery programmes for all CatFence collars. If you join the CatFence battery programme you can have new batteries sent to you automatically, just when you need them! – When your battery runs out guess who else runs out!