iMayne wrote:You just may need a new battery. Try holding down both buttons: spot and dock until the robot restarts. But you need a new battery or a charger that can recharge nimh batteries.
PaulyD wrote:...I've tried the reset, but that makes no difference. I'm thinking new battery too, but what do you mean by a charger? I could rescue the batteries I have with an external charger?
There is a small dome button that may have collapsed located under the clean button. When you press the clean button is there any tactile movement ?PaulyD wrote: If you drop it back on the dock it just starts again (no need to press a button, off it goes) until it gets off the dock and the above repeats.
mfortuna wrote:You can use 1 or 2 automotive tailight bulbs as well.
When it gives up it sits there with the clean button flashing green (all others off), it plays what sounds like a happy tune (6ish notes, all rising),
and then briefly tries to start again (the motors/fans whir for a split second). It then repeats until you either turn it over or sometimes after a while it goes silent and flashes a red clean button. If you drop it back on the dock it just starts again (no need to press a button, off it goes) until it gets off the dock and the above repeats.
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