"Blade motor fault" error

Tutorial on how to solve the "Blade motor fault" error message

First of all, reset the “Blade motor fault” error.

- by pressing the button “0” if you own one of the following Landroid models: WG757E, WG796E.1, WG797E.1, WG798E, WR111MI, WR112MI, WG799E, WR113MI, WG754E, WG755E, WG756E, WG790E.1, WG791E.1, WG792E.1, WG793E.1, WG758E.

- by pressing the button "Start" for all others Landroid models


After doing that turn OFF the robot, remove the battery and gently flip Landroid upside down. Please be careful not to touch the blades with your hands and wear gloves for protection. 

Then use a soft brush to remove debris and grass clippings from the blade disc. Make sure the disc is able to rotate freely and there’s nothing blocking its movement. 

Watch the video



If the problem persists, you can try to increase the cutting height by rotating the handle on top of your Landroid.


This is going to help if the grass in your lawn is particularly thick or high. It might happen if this is the first mowing session after a long time, or if the robot has been inactive for a few days because of bad weather and the grass has grown a lot.

If you are not able to solve with the above, follow this link https://account.worxlandroid.com/ , access your profile and open a ticket using the form.