How to Identify and Fix Common Vacuum Problems ?
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Error 2 means the rubber brushes in your Roomba are clogged and need to be cleaned.
Error nine (9) means the bumper is stuck and is not moving freely. Briskly tap the bumper several times to dislodge any debris that may be trapped underneath, and then press CLEAN to restart.
Charging error two (2) means a fault has been detected and your Roomba® or Braava® battery is not charging. The error indicator will vary by model. To clear the error, run the robot or remove and reinstall the battery. Check robot and Home Base for liquid damage.
Charging Error 7 indicates the battery is not charging. Check that you are using an authentic iRobot® Lithium Ion Battery. Charging errors can occur with counterfeit batteries. Ensure that Roomba is being charged at room temperature.
Error five (5) means the left wheel cannot turn. Please check the following: If Roomba® is stuck under an obstacle, move it to a new location and press CLEAN to restart. Use Dual Mode Virtual Wall® Barriers to block off problem areas.
Error three (3) means your j series robot is on an obstacle or an uneven surface and the Right Wheel is stuck. If this is the case, lift your Roomba® off the floor, place it in the center of the room, and restart the clean cycle. If this error occurred on a flat surface, check the Right Wheel for obstructions.
Charging Error Four (4) means no charge current is being received by the robot. A Robot reboot will usually resolve this issue. To reboot your Roomba: Press and hold the CLEAN button for 20 seconds.
Error six (6) means that your s Series Roomba is stuck over an edge, or is on a threshold. Move your s Series Roomba to a new location, then press CLEAN to restart. You may need to use a Virtual Wall® to block off problem areas. If this does not resolve the issue, the cliff sensors may be dirty.
Charging error three (3) means your Roomba®/ Braava® charging system on the robot isn`t working properly, and your robot may need to be replaced. If the error persists, please contact iRobot Customer Care for assistance.
Error 50 means your robot tried to detect the pad that is attached when beginning a cleaning job, but the pad detection sensor timed out. Ensure the pad is properly installed and you are using iRobot Authentic Pads when running your robot mop. If the error persists, please contact iRobot Customer Care.
Charging Error 6 indicates the battery is not charging. Check that you are using an authentic battery. Charging errors can occur with counterfeit batteries. Ensure that Roomba is being charged at room temperature.
Error seven (7) means the Side Wheels cannot turn. This can happen if your j series robot was started on an uneven surface or got stuck on an obstacle. If this is the case, lift your Roomba® off the floor and place it in the center of the room and restart the clean cycle.
Error 10 means a side wheel cannot turn. Please check the following: If Roomba gives this error when it is stuck under an obstacle, move Roomba to a new location and press CLEAN to restart.
Charging error five (5) means your Robot`s charging system isn`t working correctly. Please remove and reinstall the battery to clear this error. Note: Confirm that you are using an authentic Robot® Lithium-Ion Battery. Unknown charging errors can occur with aftermarket purchased batteries.
Error five (5) indicates that one or both of the side wheels cannot turn. Check the side wheels for obstructions. Push the wheels up and down several times and shake out any loose debris that may be trapped in the wheel well.
Factory reset on a Wi-Fi Connected Roomba® and Braava jet®
e Series Robots: Press and Hold the Home and Spot Clean and CLEAN button down for 20 seconds then release. 900 Series Robots: Press and Hold the Dock and Spot Clean and CLEAN button down until all LEDs illuminate.
For all Robots with the Dock and Spot buttons and NO green dot: Press and hold HOME and SPOT buttons on your robot for 10 seconds. When the button is released, Roomba will play the reboot tone. Wi-Fi connected Roomba 600 series.
Fixing a TypeError
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To view a Clean Map™ Report of the most recently performed cleaning job, open the iRobot® HOME App and select the card under History from the Home screen. To see other previous cleans, either scroll through the cards to the left or select the > next to History.
iRobot Roomba vacuums can operate even with simple ambient light, but not in total darkness. What may help with either the i7 or s9 robots is to run a training mission and/or clean your floors with the closet light on until your floor plan map is complete.
The E3 error code indicates the unit has detected there is no refrigerant. The unit will require a repair service for refrigerant to be added, please visit Request a Repair page for further assistance.
In both situations, the error is the same: the computer could not find the path to the file. Sometimes referred to as a pathname, a path is the complete location or name where a file is located.
Charging error one (1) means your Roomba® or Braava® cannot sense the battery is installed. Your robot will not charge if it cannot detect the battery. The error indicator will vary by model.
Error 22 means a your Roomba is stuck. Please check the following: If your Roomba gives this error when it is stuck under an obstacle, move Your Roomba to a new location and press CLEAN to restart. Use a Virtual Wall® to block off problem areas.