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Stay in charge: fix the top 4 battery issues for robot cleaners

Stay in charge: fix the top 4 battery issues for robot cleaners

By  GB Blog Official 2016-10-22 2481 0

Home Robot Cleaners are the wave of the future. Stay in charge easily and learn how to resolve the 4 most common battery issues.

1. Battery can’t be charged

● Make sure the switch has been turned on

● If the switch is on but it’s still not charging, use a different charging method ( charging base or adapter ), there are 2 reasons:

a) The charging base can’t work

● Wipe the two electrodes at the bottom of the cleaner to ensure a clean contact.

● Check whether the indicator light on the base is on. If it’s not, the socket is not compatible with the charging base; use the AC adapter and connect it directly with the cleaner.

● Avoid placing the machine into the charging dock by hand. The dock’s electrodes are small to be targeted accurately.

● Guide the robot back to the charging dock 
automatically. Place the robot in front of the charging dock and press the HOME button.

b) The adapter is the issue

● Change the adapter: you can contact our after-sales to replace it with an entirely new one.

● Note: you must use the corresponding model adapter, to prevent damage to your cleaner.

2. Activate the battery correctly

● For a brand new robot vacuum cleaner, you need to activate the battery first.

● Charge the robot for three minutes, then take it off the charger. Charge for three minutes again, then take it off the charger for several seconds.

● Repeat the above actions three times (5 short cycles).

● Finally, charge the robot for 12 continuous hours.


3. Is the Li-ion battery safe enough?

● Due to the small battery size and power, charging it will not lead to excessive heat or other issues.

● International experts generally consider the battery to be safe and reliable.


4. Why is the power running out so quickly?

● Place the cleaner on the charging dock, or turn off the power switch when unused.

● Check whether the suction inlet is blocked by debris, otherwise the electric charge is too low. Clean the inlet and all vents, and charge immediately.

● Check whether the dust box is full as this can compromise suction.

● The battery may be damaged / old. Contact technical support if you have tried the previous steps without success.

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