Fraggboy wrote:Nancy, when was the last time you cleaned(Compressed air) under the bumper? Also, are you running any flourescent lights when you are running the Roomba's?
When I have my kitchen light on, and while the Roomba is in the kitchen working, he won't drive fast until I turn off the light, which is a CF bulb. Also, dirty IR's will cause the slow type of behavior. I have had to take off the front bumper to clean them twice now where the compressed air didn't work....Just some thoughts
Beryl wrote:Why doesn't the company warn consumers of this design quirk??
FrankyDog wrote:I somehow had early success with tin foil, but it stopped working after about a week because dirt got inbetween the sensor and the tin foil. After looking online again I realized I should have cut the tin foil longer like you show above with the paper. I readded new longer tin foil but it didn't work this time. I got the "Please clean cliff sensors" message. Then I tried the smaller pieces of foil like before. That didn't work either. At that point I was really confused and tired of working on my robot that is suppose to give me less work and stress, not more.
Anyway... this paper easily did the trick and it doesn't seam to be as finnicky or hard to work with as tin foil.
I purchased my 560 from sears with a 45 day return for any reason policy. I'm 14 days in and am loving it...when the cliff sensors are disabled. I'm watching it closely though. When you dish out $350 for a robot, you better make sure it works before your return policy runs out.
Any behavior I should keep my eyes open for?
Or is it that if it's working it's working properly?
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