Why Is My Greenworks Mower Beeping? Troubleshooting Tips to Help You Fix It

There could be a few different reasons for why your Greenworks mower is beeping. Some of the reasons are simple, easy to troubleshoot and easy to fix issues. However, if you go over all the potential simple issues below and couldn’t find the solution. You will have to contact Greenworks support for help.

What Does the Beeping Mean?

If you are hearing a beeping sound coming from your Greenworks mower, it can be an indication of a problem. Here are some possible reasons why your mower is beeping:

Low Battery

One of the most common causes of beeping is a low battery. If your mower’s battery is running low, it will beep to let you know that it needs to be charged. To fix this, simply charge the battery fully before using the mower again.


Another possible reason for beeping is overheating. If your mower’s motor gets too hot, it can trigger the beeping sound. To prevent this, make sure that your mower’s air vents are clean and unobstructed. Also, avoid using the mower in extremely hot weather conditions.

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Rotor Blade Is Stuck

If your mower’s rotor blade is stuck, it can cause the mower to beep. To fix this, try to move the mower to another place with less grass and try to start again. This happen to me sometimes. Especially when I don’t mow my lawn every two weeks like I need to and the grass is getting too high and full for my mower.

Bad Internal Part

Finally, a bad internal part can cause your mower to beep. This can be a more serious issue that may require professional repair. If you suspect that there is a problem with the internal parts of your mower, it is best to contact Greenworks support.