vic7767 wrote:Was shaft alignment checked and was any lubrication attempted?
glnc222 wrote:So the wheel motors aren't digitally speed controlled with pulse modulated signals like the brush and vacuum? And don't run on 15V like the vacuum? It seems to have speed control in operation.
glnc222 wrote:How does it run at all without the pulsed rpm signal? The vacuum power line is on without turning at all, comes on under USB just going into testmode. Aren't there four wires on the motor?
glnc222 wrote:Did you have to pull the motor out of a gear train? Maybe should not run with all the gears under USB without disassembly. The speed control though, might solve the heating problem. But then a fast speed is needed to get enough smoothing... You can use 12v portable (or not) car batteries, too.
With the main load of the vacuum off, battery should give a lot more run time on USB. I think motor commands are disabled under USB when the charger is attached (so you don't trip over the cable -- product liability dragons; and new models don't have the charging cable anymore).
Thanks for cross-reference posting.
vic7767 wrote:It is best to remove the motor and dis-assemble it in order to locate what is causing the binding. That is not a normal condition and a break-in run is not necessary with new robotic vacuums. aziesemer2 was just lucky that the motor windings didn't short out and burn up the motor from the high amount of current utilized to drive the wheel.
prjimm01 wrote:great stuff but its easier for me just to return it and not endanger the warranty
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