piokrza wrote:NusNus - the more often the better but I noticed that you own premium Navibot - model SR8980. In case of that, it should be no more often as once a week, or so, maybe a month?
Ps. the side brushes can be easily straightened out by putting them in hot water cup for a few minutes - works perfect!
iMayne wrote:A must have to keep your battery going.
DopeBean wrote:Is it possible to change the vacuum motor for a different one? lets say with an higher rpm?
Samsung warrant the Navibot battery for 6 months, and recommend replacing it after a year. There's nothing inherently wrong with the quality of the battery in my opinion just that the Navibot treats it very badly, and my 18-month old battery was down to a best run-time of just 26 minutes. Cycling it slowly 5-times improved that to a consistent run-time of 67 minutes - as good as a new one.
3. Straigtening out the curled-up side-brushes
No way am I buying new side brushes when there's nothing wrong with the old ones, other than they twizzle themselves up so tightly the Navibot starts jumping up and down like a nodding donkey. Piece of wood, 4 screws, leave them overnight, and they're as good as a new one.
robocleaner wrote:Here is a recent thread about problems caused by dust build-up inside the machine (also includes a picture): viewtopic.php?f=22&t=16800. The fan is located under the motherboard, with the exhaust simply blowing into the machine (to the front & left side as I recall).
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