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hi from italy

Postby superino » January 16th, 2013, 6:55 am

I'm a new owner of navibot 8950, work fine..
I have two questions, when no use for some days is better keep in recharger or not?
After three time work, there are already scratches in sensor zone, between many months may be a problem?
thanks a lot and sorry for my bad english
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Re: hi from italy

Postby piokrza » January 16th, 2013, 3:24 pm

superino wrote:when no use for some days is better keep in recharger or not?


Navibot (like the others) should be placed on the charger all the time - keeping the right battery level, but if you want to switch it completely off then press the red switch button at the bottom of the robot body


After three time work, there are already scratches in sensor zone, between many months may be a problem?


No. All NaviBots are supposed to bump into things occasionally, and this way "get" some scratches around its body. This will not affect the normal operation of the device in no case.
past: Samsung SR8855 (bad sw) Samsung SR8895 (bad rotor) Neato XV-11/XV-15 Roomba 780 (bad battery) Scooba 385 Roomba 530 2x Scooba 230 (broken bladder), Samsung SR8980, Samsung VR10F71
current: Roomba 620 (bad CHM; repaired u/warranty) Scooba 330 Scooba 230 Hobot-168
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Re: hi from italy

Postby superino » January 16th, 2013, 4:56 pm

thanks for your answer..
there is a usb port, possible upgrade firmware?
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Re: hi from italy

Postby piokrza » January 16th, 2013, 5:49 pm

Yes, but they did not announced any, as for yet.
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Re: hi from italy

Postby superino » January 18th, 2013, 5:33 am

but on line, is there a samsung software for windows for upgrade?
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Re: hi from italy

Postby piokrza » January 19th, 2013, 12:08 pm

I didn't see any.
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Re: hi from italy

Postby forgottenpassword » January 19th, 2013, 8:22 pm

superino wrote:I'm a new owner of navibot 8950, work fine..
I have two questions, when no use for some days is better keep in recharger or not?
After three time work, there are already scratches in sensor zone, between many months may be a problem?
thanks a lot and sorry for my bad english



Hi Superino,

This is just a question out of curiousity. I was wondering if the navibot is more popular then the Roomba brand vacuum in Italy/Europe?
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Re: hi from italy

Postby superino » January 20th, 2013, 12:09 pm

@ piokrza
ok, then software have only samsung authorized centers.
@ forgottenpassword
in the big stores there are all brands (irobot, samsung also lg), but i think people buy many roomba (there is a italian roomba forum, for now no navibot)
I choise samsung because i love her (have tv, mobile phone... and now navibot) :-)
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