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Deluxe In-Ground Cat Fence™ System

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Installation & Setup

  • How do I lay out my system?
  • Positioning and installing the boundary wire.
  • Connecting the wires to the transmitter.
  • Where do I put my boundary flags?
  • Getting the proper fit on the receiver collar.
  • Can I leave the boundary wire above ground or even attach it to an existing fence?
  • How do I allow a place along the boundary wire where my pet can safely cross?
  • How do I run the wire over my driveway?
  • How long will it take me to install an in-ground fence?
  • What are the ABC settings on the transmitter for?
  • What is the double loop layout and why do I need to do it?
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Training

  • Getting the proper fit on the receiver collar.
  • How long can my pet wear the receiver collar?
  • How old should my pet be before I start training?
  • My pet reacts strongly to the static correction and has become fearful.
  • Training your pet to a containment system: Step 1: Flag Recognition
  • Training your pet to a containment system: Step 2: Distraction Phase
  • Training your pet to a containment system: Step 3: Unleashed Supervision & Monitoring
  • Where do I put my boundary flags?
  • Will static correction harm my pet?
  • My pet keeps running through the boundary.
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Troubleshooting

  • My pet reacts strongly to the static correction and has become fearful.
  • How do I locate a break in the boundary wire?
  • How do I repair a damaged wire (splice wires)?
  • I just put a new battery in, and the low battery light is flashing on my receiver collar.
  • My loop light stays on when a wire is removed from the transmitter.
  • My neighbor’s system is interfering with my system.
  • My pet keeps running through the boundary.
  • My power light is on, the loop indicator light is off, and the fence transmitter loop alarm works.
  • My receiver collar activates inconsistently.
  • My receiver collar is beeping but not correcting.
  • My receiver collar is not correcting.
  • My receiver collar will not change correction levels.
  • My transmitter beeps occasionally, but I can unplug it or turn up the boundary dial to stop the beep.
  • The fuse blows in my system when it is replaced.
  • The lights on the receiver collar will not come on.
  • The receiver collar has to be held on top of the boundary wire to activate.
  • The receiver collar is activating in places it shouldn’t (inside the house, far from the wire).
  • The transmitter is hot to the touch.
  • The transmitter power and loop indicator lights are off.
  • What is a partial wire break and how do I find it?
  • What is the Short Loop Test and how is it done?
  • How do I use the Test Light Tool to test my collar?
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FAQs

  • I found a lost pet with one of your collars on, is there a way to locate the owner?
  • Can I attach a leash to the containment receiver collar?
  • Can I use the system on an aggressive dog?
  • Can the receiver collar be placed on my pet’s present collar?
  • How long can my pet wear the receiver collar?
  • How old should my pet be before I start training?
  • Is there a hand-held remote transmitter that will work with the system?
  • Where do I put my boundary flags?
  • Will static correction harm my pet?
  • Can I use more than one receiver collar on the system?
  • How do I locate a break in the boundary wire?
  • How do I repair a damaged wire (splice wires)?
  • How long do the batteries last?
  • Can I leave the boundary wire above ground or even attach it to an existing fence?
  • How do I allow a place along the boundary wire where my pet can safely cross?
  • How do I run the wire over my driveway?
  • How long will it take me to install an in-ground fence?
  • What are the ABC settings on the transmitter for?
  • What is the double loop layout and why do I need to do it?
  • What is a partial wire break and how do I find it?
  • What is the Short Loop Test and how is it done?
  • Which fences work with which pet proofing barriers?
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