Zareba 15 Mile 12v Electric Fence Charger Repair – LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!
Here’s a short testing video showing a Zareba 15 Mile 12v electric fence charger that we repaired for a customer. This is s fairly small unit, but puts out a nice shock for the size.
We test and repair ALL BRANDS OF ALL AGES of electric fencers, fence chargers, and fence energizers no matter the age. We offer a FREE ESTIMATE on anything that comes into us for repair. We also put OUR YEAR AND A HALF repair warranty through us lightning damage included.
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Red Snap’r Fence Charger Repair | Red Snap’r LI50 – www.fencerfixer.com
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Here’s a short testing video showing a Red Snap’r Fence Charger Repair LI50 50 Mile fence charger.
We offer a FREE ESTIMATE on anything that comes into us for repair. We test and repair ALL BRANDS OF ALL AGES of electric fencers, fence chargers, and fence energizers. We also put OUR YEAR AND A HALF repair warranty through us lightning damage included, no matter the age.
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Today we are relocating the Cornish Chicken Coop & Testing out a new Solar-Powered fence Charger!
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In today’s family farm vlog we are moving the portable chicken coop so we can put out a new batch of cornish broilers chickens & we also got a new solar-powered fence charger for the movable electric poultry netting that I cannot wait to test out!
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How to build electric fence requires the use of an electric fencer to generate and send electric shock down the line. It is sometimes the only resort to teach a bad fence crawling animal to respect a fence.
The main thing to remember is the wire must not have a path to ground. If the wire does connect to the ground the electricity will then enter the ground and not continue down the line.
Most of the time it is only necessary to have one “hot” wire on a fence animals will learn very quickly and avoid the fence.
How to build electric fence is basic, you start by choosing the right post; wood posts can be used but are harder to keep the wire insulated. You can buy special posts that you can push in with your foot that have an insulated ring that the wire in held in.
Once the posts placed, simply string out the wire and attach to the posts. Use a wire tightener at the end to keep tension on the line. Drive a ground rod beside your electric fencer, one wire from the fencer goes to the ground rod and the other goes to the wire on the fence.
Most fencers allow you to either plug 110 current (regular household plug-in) or have 12 volt attachment. If you are in reach of electricity run a cord to plug in the fencer. If you are not near power you can use a 12 volt car battery and use solar power or other means to recharge the battery.
Electric fencing is economical and fast to build, I hope you learned the basics of how to build electric fence.