I've installed a new battery and charged it overnight and also for the 72 hours. I took the entire the thing apart and cleaned everything. The diagnostic tests all pass. The robot will run for about 5-10 minutes before making the two consecutive 'uh-oh' sounds or the uh-oh sound and then the six beeps indicating that the wheels are stuck. I've been in touch with iRobot
and followed their recommendations. Their diagnosis was that there is a 'Wheel Sensor" overload, and at this time they think I should just buy another iRobot
I bought it at goodwill and it so don't have a lot in it but it for those 5-10 minutes it runs like a champ so I'd like to fix if it possible. I'm thinking that the next thing is replacing the belts. But I have no idea.
What should I check or try next?