enigma2k wrote:It is just logical that they will always get dusty as they are in the dust bin.
robocleaner wrote:The only other possible thing I can think of - and I think this is very unlikely - is that the two body stabilisers may have sheared: The whole of the outer casing floats over the running chassis; the suspension is achieved by three springs which centre the outer casing over the chassis (you can see these springs from underneath). But, importantly, the outer casing is centred over the chassis with two nylon stabilisers (which you can't see without removing the casing). If these have sheared (they are designed to break in extreme circumstances), then the outer casing jiggles around too much on anything less than a really smooth surface and triggers errors all the time - I know because this happened to me when one of my Karchers fell down the stairs (my fault!). Treading on it or dropping it - or letting a child ride around on it (don't laugh; there's a lunatic over on the Roomba forum doing this) would likely break them too. The stabilisers are really cheap to replace, but without taking the robot apart there's no way of knowing if this has happened.
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