Samsung SR10F71U series User manual

Vacuum Cleaning Robot
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safety information
SAFETY INFORMATION
• Before operating the appliance, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for your
reference.
• Because these following operating instructions cover various models, the characteristics of your
WARNING
vacuum cleaner may differ slightly from those described in this manual.
WARNING
CAUTION/WARNING SYMBOLS USED
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates that a danger of death or serious injury exists.
Indicates that a risk of personal injury or material damage exists.
OTHER SYMBOLS USED
NOTE
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Indicates that a risk of personal injury or material damage exists.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should be
observed, including the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING YOUR VACUUM
CLEANING ROBOT.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and before conducting
maintenance.
WARNING: to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
GENERAL
•Use only as described in this manual.
•Do not operate the vacuum cleaning robot or charger if it has
been damaged in any way.
•If the cleaner is not working as it should, has been dropped,
damaged, left outdoors, or dropped in water, return it to a
customer care center.
•Do not handle the charger or vacuum cleaning robot with wet
hands.
•Use only on dry, indoor surfaces.
•This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
•Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
BATTERY CHARGER
•Do not modify the polarized plug to fit a non-polarized outlet or
extension cord.
•Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces.
•Unplug the charger from the outlet when not in use and before
servicing.
•Use only the charger supplied by the manufacturer to recharge.
•Do not use with a damaged cord or plug.
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safety information
•Do not pull or carry by the cord, use the cord as a handle, close
the door on the cord, or pull the cord around sharp edges or
corners. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
•Do not use extension cords or outlets with inadequate current
carrying capacity.
•Do not unplug by pulling on the cord. To unplug, grasp the plug,
not the cord.
•Do not mutilate or incinerate batteries as they will explode at
high temperatures.
•Do not attempt to open the charger. Repairs should only be
carried out by a qualified customer care centre.
•Do not expose the charger to high temperatures or allow
moisture or humidity of any kind to come into contact with the
charger.
VACUUM CLEANING ROBOT
•Do not pick up hard or sharp objects such as glass, nails,
screws, coins, and etc.
•Do not use without a filter in place. When servicing the unit,
never put fingers or other objects into the fan chamber in case
the unit accidentally turns on.
•Do not put any objects into openings. Do not use with any
openings blocked; keep openings free of dust, lint, hair, and
anything that may reduce air flow.
•Do not pick up toxic materials (chlorine bleach, ammonia, drain
cleaner, etc.).
•Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoke, such as
cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
•Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids such as
gasoline, nor use on areas where they may be present.
•Do not use vacuum cleaning robot in an enclosed space filled
with vapours given off by oil based paint, paint thinner, moth
proofing substances, flammable dust, or other explosive or
toxic vapours.
•Leaks from battery cells can occur under extreme usage
or temperature conditions. If the liquid gets on skin, wash
quickly with water. If the liquid gets into the eyes, flush them
immediately with clean water for a minimum of 10 minutes.
Seek medical attention.
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contents
SAFETY INFORMATION
02
06
07
10
11
Power Related
Before Use
In Use
Cleaning and Maintenance
PRODUCT FEATURES
13
ASSEMBLING THE CLEANER
15
OPERATING THE CLEANER
20
MAINTAIN TOOLS AND FILTERS
37
TROUBLESHOOTING
43
15Components
16 Name of each part
20 Installing the vacuum cleaning robot
20 Installation order
20 Turning the Power Switch on or off
21 Installing the charger
22Charging
23 About the Battery
23 Battery check code and countermeasure
24 Setting the Time
25 Installing the VIRTUAL GUARD
27 Using the vacuum cleaning robot
27 Starting/Stopping Cleaning
28Recharging
29 Auto Cleaning
30 Spot Cleaning
31 Max Cleaning
32 Manual Cleaning
33 Timer Reservation
34 Weekly Reservation
36 Additional Functions
36 Using additional functions
37 Cleaning the vacuum cleaning robot
37 Please keep the cleaning and maintenance
methods in mind
37 Cleaning the Sensor Window and the Camera
38 Cleaning the Dust Bin and the Filters
39 Cleaning the vacuum cleaning robot
39 Cleaning the Power Brush
41 Cleaning the Edge-Cleaning Side rotating Brush
42 Cleaning the Driving Wheel
43 Checklist before SVC Calls
45 Troubleshooting for Error Codes
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
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safety information
POWER RELATED
WARNING
WARNING
Do not bend the power cord forcefully or place a heavy object
on it that could break it.
-- This may result in fire or electric shock.
Make sure to remove any dust or water from the power plug.
-- Failing to do so may result in a malfunction or electric shock.
WARNING
Do not pull the power plug by the cord or touch the plug with
wet hands.
-- This may result in fire or electric shock.
WARNING
Do not use multiple plugs in a single socket.
(Do not leave the cord lying exposed on the floor.)
-- This may result in fire or electric shock.
WARNING
Do not use a damaged power cord, plug, or a loose power
outlet.
-- This may result in fire or electric shock.
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BEFORE USE
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
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CAUTION
Before activating the vacuum cleaning robot, make sure that
the dust bin is assembled.
-- If the dust bin is not inserted, vacuum cleaning robot will not
operate.
Never use vacuum cleaning robot in locations with combustible
material such as.
-- Locations with candles or desk lamps on the floor.
-- Locations with unattended fires (fire or embers).
-- Locations with gasoline, distilled alcohol, thinner, ashtrays with
burning cigarettes, etc.
Vacuum cleaning robot is for domestic use only. Do not use it in the following
locations.
-- Attics, basements, warehouses, industrial buildings, separate rooms distant from the
main building, locations exposed to wet or damp conditions such as bathrooms or wash
rooms, and narrow and highly situated locations such as tables or shelves. Critical damage
(abnormal operation and breakage) may occur when used in these locations.
Open all doors to clean all rooms.
-- When a door is closed, the vacuum cleaning robot will not be able to enter that room.
-- However, make sure to close the doors to the main entrance, the veranda and the
bathroom, and any other rooms where the vacuum cleaning robot may fall to a lower floor.
Do not use the cleaner on a black floor.
-- The vacuum cleaning robot may not run normally in this case.
For carpets with long tassels, fold the tassels under the carpet.
-- Unfolded tassels may result in critical damage to the carpet and
the machine itself, as they get caught in the driving wheel or the
power brush.
When the cliff sensor is polluted, the vacuum cleaning robot
may be in danger of falling down the stairs.
This may cause personal injury and critical damage to the
product.
To prevent risk, install the VIRTUAL GUARDs (Fence Mode
setting) in front of dagerous areas. Clean the sensor window
and camera.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
Remove small objects or brittle items from the area to be
cleaned in advance.
-- Make sure to clear any objects before cleaning.
-- Make sure to remove fragile items such as china, glass objects,
flowerpots, etc.
-- Vacuum cleaning robot does not recognize coins, rings or other
valuable items such as jewelry.
Remove objects scattered on the floor before cleaning.
-- Vacuum cleaning robot is designed to detect obstacles 5cm away
from it.
-- Bath towels, pads in front of bathrooms and sinks, entrances,
utility rooms, power cords, table cloths or belts can become
entangled in the driving wheel or power brush. This can cause
objects to fall from the table.
Inform all family members (or relevant parties) to be cautious
before cleaning or when using the Scheduled Cleaning Mode.
-- Vacuum cleaning robot may run into children, causing them to fall.
Ensure that children do not step or sit on the vacuum cleaning
robot.
-- Children may fall and injure themselves or critical damage may
occur to the product.
When a child or pet is left alone, make sure to turn off the
Power Switch of the vacuum cleaning robot.
-- Vacuum cleaning robot may attract their attention.
-- When the rotating wheel or brush catches fingers, feet, clothing or
hair, this may result in injury.
-- If a child or pet is in the way of the vacuum cleaning robot, it may
be identified as an obstacle and the area may not cleaned.
-- When the Power Switch is turned off, it will cut off the power
supply and deactivate all functions.
When installing the charger station, do not leave the power
cord exposed on the floor.
-- When the vacuum cleaning robot automatically recharges or
passes by the charger station, it may drag the power cord around
with it.
Always keep the power cord of the charger plugged into the
outlet.
-- Although the vacuum cleaning robot has a self-charging function,
if the power cord of the charger station is unplugged, it cannot
charge its battery automatically.
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CAUTION
WARNING
Objects in front of the charger will prevent the vacuum
cleaning robot from auto-charging itself.
-- Clear the area.
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WARNING
Do not short-circuit the charge pins with metal objects such
as chopsticks, screwdrivers, and etc.
-- This will result in critical damage to the charger.
WARNING
Make sure that there is no trace of liquids on the charger
station.
-- Failing to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
WARNING
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Make sure the vacuum cleaning robot does not vacuum or
move over liquids such as water, oil or pet litter.
-- This may result in critical damage to the product.
-- Liquids may spread through the wheels resulting in contamination.
Do not use the charger for other purposes.
-- This may result in critical damage to the charger or cause a fire.
Do not install the charger station on a dark floor.
-- If the floor where the charger station is installed is dark, it is hard for the vacuum cleaning
robot to return to it.
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CAUTION
Install the charger in a location that can be easily accessed by
the vacuum cleaning robot.
-- If the charger is installed in a corner, this may cause extra
movements and may disturb the automatic recharging process.
IN USE
CAUTION
You cannot use the vacuum cleaning robot on thick carpets.
-- This may result in problems with the vacuum cleaning robot.
-- This may result in damage to carpets.
CAUTION
Do not use the vacuum cleaning robot on a table or other high
locations.
-- This may result in damage when the unit accidentally drops.
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
WARNING
Vacuum cleaning robot may bump into furniture such as chair
legs, table legs, thin and long furniture, etc. while operating.
-- For a quicker and cleaner performance, place the chairs on top of
the table.
Do not place any objects on top of the vacuum cleaning robot.
-- This may result in malfunction.
Immediately remove any large pieces of paper or plastic bags
from the machine while cleaning.
-- Using the machine for an extended period of time with its inlet port
obstructed may result in critical damage to the product.
If an unusual sound, smell or smoke is emitted from the
vacuum cleaning robot, immediately turn off the Power Switch
and call the customer care center.
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CAUTION
NOTE
NOTE
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NOTE
Do not move the robotic vacuum cleaner holding the dustbin
part.
-- This may cause the dustbin to separate, resulting in injury or
serious damage to the product.
Vacuum cleaning robot may not be able to continue its
operation if it is stuck at the entrance or veranda doorsill.
-- To resume operating, turn the Power Switch off and then on again
after moving it to a location where it can continue cleaning.
Vacuum cleaning robot cannot completely clean locations that
it cannot reach, such as corners, and spaces between sofas
and walls.
-- Please clean these locations occasionally.
Dust clusters may remain after cleaning, when the vacuum cleaning robot fails to
pick up dust clusters that were formed while cleaning.
-- In this case, sweep up the dust with another cleaning tool.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
CAUTION
WARNING
When cleaning the product, do not spray water directly onto
the exterior or wipe it with a volatile material such as benzene,
thinner or alcohol.
-- This may result in critical damage to the product.
The unit must not be disassembled or reconstructed by anyone
other than a qualified service engineer.
-- This may result in damage to the product.
Remove any foreign substances accumulated on the Obstacle
and Cliff sensors on a regular basis.
-- Dirt accumulated on the sensors will result in inaccurate
functioning of the sensors.
Cliff sensor
Obstacle sensor
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WARNING
When removing foreign substances, always use the cleaning
brush after turning the Power Switch off.
-- Failing to do so may result in sudden operation of the unit and
cause an injury or critical damage to the product.
Edge-cleaning side
brush
Power brush
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
If the power cord is damaged, have it replaced by a qualified
service engineer from the customer care center.
-- Failing to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
Before cleaning the charger, make sure to disconnect the
power cord for safety.
Contact the Samsung Electronics customer care center to
replace the battery.
-- Failing to use original batteries will result in product failure.
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product features
CONVENIENT VIRTUAL GUARD FUNCTION
You can confine the vacuum cleaning robot to a particular section by using the Fence (virtual wall)
mode.
• What is ceiling shape recognition (Visionary
mapping plus™)?
This function recognizes the shape of the ceiling
using the camera on top to identify the area to be
cleaned and determines the best way to pass over
and clean every section of the floor.
DELICATE CLEANING OF EVERY CORNER
Since the vacuum cleaning robot cleans the floor in a sequential way ( ) along the map
determined by the ceiling shape recognition function, it cleans every corner of the floor.
VARIOUS CLEANING MODES
Various cleaning modes are provided to meet all your needs.
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1. Auto Mode : Cleans all rooms automatically.
2. Spot Mode : Cleans a localized area intensely. It can be used to clean bread or cookie
crumbs.
3. Max Mode : Runs until the battery is nearly depleted.
4. Manual Mode : You can clean the floor manually by moving the cleaning robot.
5. Turbo Mode : Since the power brush rotates at maximum speed in this mode, the product will
clean more effectively.(You can switch the mode with the remote control.)
6. Dust Sensor Mode : When dust enters the vacuum cleaner, the vacuum cleanin robot starts
to clean its surroundings intensively. (You can operate this with the remote control.)
7. Timer Mode : At the specified time, the cleaning robot cleans the floor.
8. Weekly Schedule Mode : A scheduled cleaning operation starts from the set time of a
particular day of the week.
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AUTO CHARGING
When the battery is low, the vacuum cleaning robot is
automatically guided to the charger to enable it to perform a
quick auto charge.
EDGE-CLEANING SIDE ROTATING BRUSH
The edge-cleaning side rotating brush cleans dust from the
edges.
DOORSILL CROSSING
About 1cm
Stair type
Vertical type
The vacuum cleaning robot innovative driving system makes
it possible for it to cross over doorsills with a height of about
1cm and clean all rooms. The vacuum cleaning robot may not
be able to pass a 1cm doorsill depending on the shape of the
doorsill.
AVOIDING OBSTACLES
When the vacuum cleaning robot encounters an obstacle while
cleaning, the obstacle sensor allows the cleaner to avoid it and
continue cleaning. (It may happen that the cleaner touches thin
or fine obstacles.)
ANTI-FALLING
The 3 Cliff sensors detect downward steps such as stairs or
the front door threshold to prevent vacuum cleaning robot from
falling down stairs.
SAFETY DEVICE
stop
When the vacuum cleaning robot is lifted up while cleaning,
the driving wheels, power brush, suction motor, and side
rotating brush are stopped autonati(all) by sensor.
DYNAMIC SIDE BRUSH
When the cleaning robot detects an obstacle, the Dynamic
Side Brushes operate. (For a better cleaning result, if a far-away
obstacle is detected, the Dynamic Side Brush on the side of
the detected obstacle starts to operate first and then as the
cleaning robot turns, the Dynamic Side Brush on the other side
starts to operate.)
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assembling the cleaner
COMPONENTS
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■■ Main Body
■■ Remote Control
■■ Charger (Station)
■■ Others Components
(AAA-Type Batteries)
User Manual
(CD-ROM) /
2 Battery
VIRTUAL GUARD
Spare Filter
Cleaning Brush
Quick Start Guide
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NAME OF EACH PART
■■ Main unit
Dustbin Eject Button
Display panel
Virtual Guard Sensor
Camera
Remote Control Sensor
Obstacle Sensor
Obstacle Sensor
Bumper Sensor
Front
Dustbin Eject Button
Dust bin
Remote Control Sensor
Side
Cliff Sensor
Driving Wheel
Dynamic Side Brush
Power Switch
Charge Pin
Power Brush
Roller
Power Brush Cover
Cliff Sensor
Battery Cover
Charge Pin
Dynamic Side Brush
Driving Wheel
Cliff Sensor
Bottom
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■■ Charger (Station)
Charging lamp (Green)
02assembling
Power lamp
(Red)
Cord winder
Charging
terminals
Front
Back
■■ VIRTUAL GUARD
Power Button
Lamp
Main Body Detection Sensor
Distance Detection Sensor
■■ Installing the batteries
Batteries are not supplied with the product. You have to purchase the batteries separately. Install
the alkaline batteries (type D) before use.
1
Lift the cover of the VIRTUAL
GUARD while pressing the
locking tab.
2
3
Install the batteries into the
VIRTUAL GUARD as shown
by the figure below. (If the
batteries are installed with
the incorrect polarity, the
VIRTUAL GUARD will not
work.)
After inserting the tip of the
cover into the slot, push the
other end to close it until it
clicks into place.
❈❈ Specification: Alkaline Type D (LR20) batteries
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■■ Remote Control
Power
Recharging
Auto
Max
Directional
Buttons
Spot
(moving backwards is
not supported.)
Start/Stop
Manual
Dust Sensor
Turbo
Sound
Clock
Timer/Weekly
■■ Installing the Remote Control Batteries
Batteries are not installed in the remote control when purchasing the product.
Install the batteries (type AAA) before use.
1
Lift the battery compartment
cover at the back of the
remote control, while
pressing the locking tab.
2
3
Install the batteries into the
remote control as shown
by the figure below. (If the
batteries are installed with
the wrong polarity, the
remote control will not work.)
After inserting the tip of the
cover into the slot, push the
other end to close it until it
clicks into place.
❈❈ Specification: AAA type batteries
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■■ Display panel
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DISPLAY PART
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Number Display
Shows the timer display, progress status, and error codes using numbers, letters and graphics.
Weekly Reservation
When you set a weekly reservation to start cleaning from the specified time on the specified day
of the week, the icon for the selected day of the week is turned on.
Battery Level Indicator
Charging : Shows the charging progress in 3 steps.
In Use : Shows the battery charge level. The battery charge level is reduced by each level from
FULL while operating. (When the battery is fully discharged, one level will flash to display “Lo”.)
Timer
When cleaning is scheduled, the Timer icon is lit.
Dust Sensor Mode
This icon turns on when Dust Sensor mode is enabled.
Turbo Mode
This icon turns on when Turbo mode is enabled.
Cleaning Mode Display
Each time the Cleaning Mode button is pressed, the corresponding cleaning mode is displayed.
(A)Auto Mode : This icon turns on when Auto cleaning mode is selected.
(B)Spot Mode : This icon turns on when Spot cleaning mode is selected.
(C)Max Mode : This icon turns on when Max cleaning mode is selected.
BUTTON PART
8. Cleaning Mode
-- Press to select a cleaning mode. After selecting a cleaning mode, press the
button to start
cleaning.
9. Start/Stop
-- Press to start/stop cleaning.
10. Recharging
-- When this button is pressed, The cleaning robot will return to the charger station to charge its
battery.
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operating the cleaner
INSTALLING THE VACUUM CLEANING ROBOT
Installation order
1. Turning the Power Switch on or off
To use the vacuum cleaning robot, you must turn on the Power Switch
at the bottom of the main unit.
2. Installing the Charger
To charge the vacuum cleaning robot, you must first install the charger.
Since the battery is discharged when the product is purchased, you
must fully charge the battery before use.
3. Charging the Battery
You should charge the battery completely before using the vacuum
cleaning robot.
4. Setting the Time
You should set the time to use the scheduled and daily cleaning options.
5. Installing the VIRTUAL GUARD
You can confine the vacuum cleaning robot to a particular section by using Fence (virtual wall)
mode.
Turning the Power Switch on or off
To use the vacuum cleaning robot, you must turn the Power Switch
on.
If you turn off the Power switch, all settings except for the current
time and the Weekly reservations are reset.
❈❈ If no key is pressed for approximately 1 minute after turning the
power on, the power is automatically cut to prevent the battery
discharging.
To turn the power on again, press and hold the power (
)
button on the main body.
1. Lift the body and turn on the power switch while making
sure not to press any other button.
-- If the icons are not turned on, it indicates that the battery charge
is depleted. In this case, dock the vacuum cleaning robot to the
charger station after turning the Power Switch on.
-- The configured time may be different from the current time. If the
configure time is incorrect, set the time to the current time.
CAUTION
If the Power Switch is turned off, the vacuum cleaning robot will
not be charged even if it is docked with the charger station.
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Installing the charger
Power lamp
Charging lamp
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1. Install the charger on a flat surface.
2. There should be no obstacles and cliffs 0.5m to the left and
right and within 1 m of the front.
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3. Install the charger in a location where it can be easily accessed by
the vacuum cleaning robot.
4. Arrange the power cord along the wall.
5. When the floor is made of wood, install the charger in the same
direction as the grain of the wood.
NOTE
Always keep the power cord of the charger plugged
into the power outlet.
-- If no power is supplied to the charger, the vacuum
cleaning robot will not be able to find the charger and will
not be able to charge automatically.
-- If the vacuum cleaning robot is separated from the
charger, the battery is automatically discharged.
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Charging
When the product is initially purchased, the battery is fully
discharged, and you must charge the vacuum cleaning robot
manually.
Power lamp
Charging lamp
Turn on the Power Switch at the bottom of the product.
1. After aligning the charge pins of the main unit with
the charge pin of the charger station, press the main
unit until you hear a Recharging power sound from
the charger.
-- The Charging Lamp turns green.
Power lamp
2. Check the charge status of the vacuum cleaning robot.
-- When charging starts, “the amount of remaining battery power”
and “
” are displayed on the status display panel in this
sequence.
-- When charging is complete, the battery level indicator and
“FULL” will be displayed in the display panel.
Flash
Flash
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■■ When the battery level display flashes while cleaning,
the vacuum cleaning robot stops vacuuming and
automatically charges itself at the charger.
■■ If the vacuum cleaning robot starts the current cleaning
run at a location other than the charging station and fails
to locate the charging station while cleaning, it will stop
near the location where it started cleaning.
■■ When the battery level flashes and “Lo” is displayed while
cleaning, vacuum cleaning robot cannot be operated by
the remote control or the buttons on the main unit. In
this case, directly carry the vacuum cleaning robot to the
charger to charge the battery. (This is when the battery is
completely discharged.)
Charging lamp
Charging
Fully charged
<Charge display>
Charge
Charging Required
complete
charging
NOTE
About the Battery
■■ The vacuum cleaning robot is powered by an environment-friendly Lithuim-ion (Li-ion)
rechargeable battery, and an over-charge prevention function guarantees an extended life time.
■■ The battery warranty period is 6 months from the date of
purchase.
■■ When purchasing a battery, ask the customer care center for the
genuine part symbol (
) and model number before purchasing it.
-- This battery is only for Samsung vacuum cleaning robot. It is strictly prohibited to use it for other
appliances or for other purposes.
-- Do not disassemble or modify the battery.
-- Charge it in a location with good ventilation.
-- Do not expose the battery to fire and do not heat it.
-- Do not connect any metallic objects to the (+) or (-) terminals of the battery.
-- Keep it indoors (0°C~40°C).
-- Before you discard product, dispose of batteries in an environmentally safe manner.
-- Do not discard this batteries with your regular household trash.
-- Follow all local regulations when disposing of old batteries.
❈❈ If the battery is out of order, do not disassemble it. Contact your nearest customer care center.
❈❈ An increased charging time and a shorter battery life indicates the near end of the battery life.
Please contact an authorized customer care center to replace your battery.
The rechargeable battery incorporated in this product is not user replaceable.
For information on its replacement, please contact your service provider.
Battery check code and countermeasure
■■ If the “
“ message scrolls when the
button on
the main body or the
remote control button is pressed
while the robot is docked to the charging station, it indicates
a defective or open-circuited battery. In this case, please
contact the service center.
(scrolls)
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• When the product is initially purchased, it will take about 180 minutes to fully charge the
battery and will run for about 100 minutes.
• When charging the battery while the battery is over-heated, the charging time can increase.
• Measures to take when charging is not smooth.
When the vacuum cleaning robot cannot be automatically charged, check the following:
-- Turn the Power Switch at the bottom of the vacuum cleaning robot off and on.
-- Re-plug the power of the charger.
-- Check whether there are any foreign substances on the charge connector and wipe
the charge connector on the main unit and the charger with a dry cloth.
-- Check whether there are objects near the charger that are strong reflectors.
• When separating the vacuum cleaning robot from the charger, it will discharge naturally.
-- Charge the vacuum cleaning robot through the charger, if possible. (When leaving
your home unattended for a long period of time due to a business trip, travelling etc.,
turn off the Power Switch of the vacuum cleaning robot and unplug the power of the
charger to store them.)
Setting the Time
The clock displays the current time. You can change the current time with the following steps.
■■ You can only set the time using the remote control.
Remote Control
Configuration Sequence
Blinks
1. Press the Clock button.
-- The current time is displayed.
Blinks
Decrease
Increase
Decrease
Increase
Decrease
Increase
Blinks
Blinks
Blinks
Canceling the Settings
Remote Control
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2. Press the Clock button.
-- The day of the week will blink.
Press the  or  button to
set the day of the week.
3. Press the Clock button. Press
the  or  button to set the
hour.
4. Press the Clock button. Press
the  or  button to set the
minutes.
5. Press the Clock button.
-- The value you set will
blink and the settings are
completed.
-- Press the Start/Stop button to cancel the settings and exit
Time Set mode.
-- If there is no input for 1 minute while you are setting the time,
the cleaner exits Time Set mode automatically.
Installing the VIRTUAL GUARD
You can confine the vacuum cleaning robot to a
particular section by using Fence (virtual wall) mode.
Power Button
Lamp
Main Body
Detection
Sensor
Button operations
1. Lamp operations
-- Fence (virtual wall) Mode: The red lamp flashes.
-- Off :The lamp is turned off.
2. Turn the Power Button on
-- Whenever you press the Power button, Fence (virtual wall)
mode ➝ Power off is selected in this sequence.
❈❈ The distance of virtual wall is 2.5m at minimum and may
differ depending on surroundings and movement status of
the robot.
Forming a Fence (virtual wall)
VIRTUAL GUARD creates an invisible barrier that the vacuum
cleaning robot cannot cross.
E.g. in front of pots, furniture, the front door, and so on.
1. Turn the Fence (virtual wall) mode on using the Power
button.
-- The mode lamp flashes red.
Distance
Sensor
2. Install the VIRTUAL GUARD in front of the area you
A fence (virtual wall)
want to block access from the vacuum cleaning robot. is formed.
-- Install the VIRTUAL GUARD so that the distance detection
sensor can form an invisible barrier that the vacuum cleaning robot cannot cross.
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Distance
Detection
Sensor
About the IrDA sensor
CAUTION
• The infrared signal transmission may not be
[Infrared Signal Priority]
smooth in locations exposed to halogen lamps or
in outdoor locations.
• Vacuum cleaning robot uses 3 types of infrared
>
>
devices and a device may not work in front of
another device with a higher priority.
Remote
Virtual
Charger
• When controlling the vacuum cleaning robot
Control
guard
with the remote control, the vacuum cleaning
robot may cross the virtual fence of the VIRTUAL
GUARD or run against an obstacle, because the remote control signal has a higher priority than
the VIRTUAL GUARD signal.
• When using the vacuum cleaning robot in a small location or at a close distance, it may
malfunction due to interference of the infrared signals.
• Install the VIRTUAL GUARD away from the charger as auto charging may be interrupted if the
VIRTUAL GUARD is near the charger.
• If more than one vacuum cleaning robot is used simultaneously, they may malfunction due to
interference of the infrared signals.
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USING THE VACUUM CLEANING ROBOT
Starting/Stopping Cleaning
03operating
You can run or stop all vacuum cleaning robot functions.
■■ Each vacuum cleaning robot function only runs when the
Power Switch is turned on.
■■ When the vacuum cleaning robot is operating, press the
button to cancel the operation and select a function.
Turning the power on or off
Turning the power on
-- Main unit: Press the
button.
Turning the power off
-- Remote control: Press the
button.
-- Main unit: Press and hold the
button down for 3 seconds.
❈❈ If no key is pressed for approximately 1 minute after turning the power
on, the power is automatically cut to prevent the battery discharging.
To turn the power on again, press and hold the power (
) button on
the main body.
Using the remote
control
Starting or stopping cleaning
Starting
-- Remote control : Press the Auto, Spot, Max, Manual button.
-- Main unit : Select Auto, Spot, Max mode by using the
and then pressing the
button
button.
-- When cleaning begins, the vacuum cleaning robot starts to move.
button without selecting cleaning mode starts to
❈❈ Pressing the
perform the Auto mode cleaning.
Stopping
-- To stop, press the
remote control or main unit button.
-- When cleaning is stopped, the vacuum cleaning robot stops.
Using the main unit
buttons
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Recharging
You can have the vacuum cleaning robot return to the charger
to charge the battery by using the Recharging button.
■■ When the vacuum cleaning robot is operating, press the
button to cancel the operation and press the Recharging button.
1. Press the Recharging button.
-- (“
”) is displayed on the display panel and the vacuum
cleaning robot returns to the charging station for recharging.
2. To stop the vacuum cleaning robot while it is returning to the charger,
press the
button.
3. To test the auto charge function, press the Recharging button when
the vacuum cleaning robot is less than 1.5m from the charger.
Using the remote
control
Troubleshooting when the vacuum cleaning robot does not
return to the charger
-- Check the installation of the charger
-- When the charger is in a location where the charger cannot guide
the vacuum cleaning robot to the charger.
-- When the charger is more than 5m away from vacuum cleaning
robot.
: It may require a longer time for the vacuum cleaning robot to
return to the charger.
■■ Manually charge the vacuum cleaning robot in the following cases.
-- When the charger is installed in a corner.
-- When the battery is fully discharged.
-- When the vacuum cleaning robot is trapped by an obstacle
(furniture etc.)
-- When the vacuum cleaning robot cannot pass over the doorsill to
the location where the charger is installed.
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Using the main unit
buttons
1.
5m
ah
ea
d
Auto Cleaning
Main unit button
Remote control
button
Configuration
Sequence
1. Set the mode.
▶
1time
2. Cancel the mode.
NOTE
About the Resume Cleaning function
• If the vacuum cleaning robot has evaluated that cleaning is
complete, the resume cleaning function is not performed.
• If you move the vacuum cleaning robot when it is being
charged or press a button, the vacuum cleaning robot
judges cleaning to be complete and does not resume
cleaning.
CAUTION
• Do not move the vacuum cleaning robot when it is cleaning
or press a button while it is cleaning. Otherwise, the
vacuum cleaning robot judges cleaning to be complete and
starts cleaning again from the beginning.
• Each time you press the Turbo button, the Turbo icon on
the display panel is turned on or off sequentially. When the
Turbo icon is turned on, you can start cleaning in Turbo
mode.
• Each time you press the Dust Sensor button, the Dust
Sensor icon on the display panel is turned on or off
sequentially. When the Dust Sensor icon is turned on, you
can start cleaning in Dust Sensor mode.
Normal Mode
Turbo Mode
Dust Sensor Mode
Cleaning Complete
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The vacuum cleaning robot will move by itself and automatically
clean the house until cleaning is completed once.
■■ If you press the Start/Stop button on the main unit or remote control
without selecting a cleaning mode, an automatic cleaning run starts.
■■ If cleaning begins when the vacuum cleaning robot is docked with the
charger station, the time to return to the charger is decreased since the
vacuum cleaning robot remembers its original position while moving.
■■ If the vacuum cleaning robot starts the current cleaning run at a location
other than the charging station and fails to locate the charging station
while cleaning, it will stop near the location where it started cleaning.
■■ If the battery level becomes too low while cleaning, the vacuum cleaning robot will automatically
return to the charger station and resume cleaning after charging its battery. (Number of cleaning
operations resumed : Once)
Spot Cleaning
Main unit button
Remote control
button
About 1.5m
About 1.5m
You can conveniently clean a specific area that has a a lot of
cookie crumbs, dust, and etc.
■■ Move the vacuum cleaning robot to the location where you want to
perform a spot clean.
Configuration
Sequence
1. Set the mode.
▶
2time
2. Cancel the mode.
-- In Spot cleaning mode, the vacuum cleaning robot cleans an area
with a length of 1.5m and a width of 1.5m.
-- When cleaning is completed, the vacuum cleaning robot will
display End, Stop, and Stand by.
NOTE
Normal Mode
Turbo Mode
When the vacuum cleaning robot is docked with the charger
station, spot cleaning is not supported.
CAUTION
• Each time you press the Turbo button, the Turbo icon on
the display panel is turned on or off sequentially. When the
Turbo icon is turned on, you can start cleaning in Turbo
mode.
• Each time you press the Dust Sensor button, the Dust
Sensor icon on the display panel is turned on or off
sequentially. When the Dust Sensor icon is turned on, you
can start cleaning in Dust Sensor mode.
Dust Sensor Mode
Cleaning Complete
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Max Cleaning
Main unit button
Remote control
button
Configuration
Sequence
1. Set the mode.
▶
3time
2 times in charging mode
2. Cancel the mode.
NOTE
About the Resume Cleaning function
• If the vacuum cleaning robot judges cleaning to be
complete, resume cleaning is not performed.
• If you move the vacuum cleaning robot while it is being
charged or press a button, vacuum cleaning robot judges
cleaning to be complete (cleaning is not resumed).
CAUTION
• Do not move the vacuum cleaning robot while it is cleaning
or press a button while cleaning. Otherwise, the vacuum
cleaning robot judges cleaning to be complete and starts
cleaning again from the beginning.
• Each time you press the Turbo button, the Turbo icon on
the display panel is turned on or off sequentially. When the
Turbo icon is turned on, you can start cleaning in Turbo
mode.
• Each time you press the Dust Sensor button, the Dust
Sensor icon on the display panel is turned on or off
sequentially. When the Dust Sensor icon is turned on, you
can start cleaning in Dust Sensor mode.
Normal Mode
Turbo Mode
Dust Sensor Mode
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03operating
The vacuum cleaning robot automatically moves and cleans until
the battery runs out and the battery level flashes only one level.
■■ If cleaning begins when the vacuum cleaning robot is docked with
the charger station, the time to return to the charger is decreased
since the vacuum cleaning robot remembers its original position while
moving.
■■ If the vacuum cleaning robot starts the current cleaning run at
a location other than the charging station and fails to locate the
charging station while cleaning, it will stop near the location where it
started cleaning.
■■ If the battery level becomes low while cleaning, the vacuum cleaning robot automatically returns
to the charger station and resumes cleaning after charging the battery. (Number of resumed
cleaning operations: Once)
Manual Cleaning
You can move the vacuum cleaning robot to clean a particular
location directly by using the remote control.
■■ Move the vacuum cleaning robot to the location where you want to
perform manual cleaning.
■■ You can manually clean using the remote control only.
Remote control button
Configuration Sequence
1. Set the mode.
2. Cancel the mode.
NOTE
CAUTION
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• When the vacuum cleaning robot is docked with the
charger station, manual cleaning is not supported.
• If there is no input for about 1 minute to switch to standby
mode.
• Each time you press the Turbo button, the Turbo icon on
the display panel is turned on or off sequentially. When the
Turbo icon is turned on, you can start cleaning in Turbo
mode.
• Each time you press the Dust Sensor button, the Dust
Sensor icon on the display panel is turned on or off
sequentially. When the Dust Sensor icon is turned on, you
can start cleaning in Dust Sensor mode.
Directional Buttons
(Forwards, Left, Right)
A backwards function is not
supported.
Timer Reservation
In this mode, you can schedule the cleaner to start a once-off
cleaning run from a particular time.
■■ A scheduled cleaning run is only performed when the cleaner is
docked to the charger station.
Blinks
Decrease
Increase
Decrease
Increase
Decrease
Increase
Blinks
Blinks
Blinks
Blinks
Blinks
Blinks
Blinks
Configuration Sequence
1. Press the Timer/Weekly
button.
-- The current setting is
displayed and
blinks.
Press the  or  button to
set the hour.
❈❈ Cleaning Mode
-- If there is no previous
reservation, the cleaning
mode is set to Auto mode. If
a reservation exists, cleaning
mode is set to the configured
mode.
2. Press the Timer/Weekly
button.
-- The time increases/decreases
by 5 minutes. Press the  or
 button to set the minutes.
3. Press the Timer/Weekly
button. Press the  or 
button to set the cleaning
mode.
-- You can select either Auto or
Max cleaning mode.
4. Press the Timer/Weekly
button.
-- The value you set will
blink and the settings are
completed.
-- When the settings are
completed, the configured
time and
are displayed.
Canceling the Settings
-- If you press the Start/Stop button while the cleaner is charging
or you are setting the time, the settings are canceled.
-- Please take note that the settings are canceled if the cleaner
is detached from the charger station.
Timeout
-- If there is no input for 1 minute while you are setting the time,
the cleaner exits Time Set mode automatically.
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Remote Control
Weekly Reservation
In this mode, you can schedule the cleaner to start a once-off
cleaning run from the specified time on the specified days of
the week.
■■ A scheduled cleaning run is only performed when the cleaner is
docked to the charging station.
Remote Control
Tue
Mon
Thu
Wed
Sat
Fri
Sun ~
Configuration Sequence
Standby mode
-- In Standby mode, the
scheduled days of the week
are displayed.
When there is no reservation
Blinks
Decrease
Increase
When there is a reservation
Blinks
Blinks
Decrease
Increase
Decrease
Increase
Blinks
Blinks
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1. Hold down the Timer/Weekly
button for more than 3
seconds. Press the  or 
buttons to set the day of the
week.
-- If there is no reservation set
previously, the current day of
the week is displayed.
-- If there is no scheduled time,
--:-- is displayed.
2. Press the Timer/Weekly
button. Press the  or 
buttons to set the hour.
❈❈ If there is a scheduled hour, it
is displayed.
❈❈ Cleaning Mode
-- If there is no reservation set
previously, the cleaning mode
is set to Auto mode. If there
is a reservation, it is set to the
configured mode.
3. Press the Timer/Weekly
button.
-- The time increases/decreases
by 5 minutes. Press the  or
 button to set the minutes.
Remote Control
Blinks
Decrease
Blinks
Blinks
Canceling the Settings
Timeout
4. Press the Timer/Weekly
button. Press the  or 
button to set the cleaning
mode.
-- You can select either Auto or
Repeat cleaning mode.
5. Press the Timer/Weekly
button.
-- The value you set blinks and
the settings are completed.
❈❈ After the settings are
completed, the day of week
you have set blinks. At this
time you can move to step ( 2 )
and add another day of the
week.
-- If you press the Start/Stop button while you are making a
weekly reservation, the reservation for the currently set day of
the week is canceled. Then if you press the button again, the
cleaner exits reservation setting mode.
-- If there is no input for 1 minute while setting the time, the
cleaner exits the reservation setting mode automatically.
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Blinks
Increase
Configuration Sequence
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
Using additional functions
You can use the cleaning robot more easily and conveniently using various additional
functions.
■■ You can only configure the additional functions with the remote control.
Turbo Mode
Each time you press the Turbo button, the Turbo icon on the
display panel is turned on or off sequentially.
On turbo (Turbo Mode) : The power brush rotates at
maximum speed.
Off turbo (Normal Mode) : The power brush rotates at normal
speed.
Dust Sensor Mode
Each time you press the Dust Sensor button, the Dust Sensor
icon on the display panel is turned off or on sequentially.
Dust Sensor Mode On : In Auto cleaning mode, when the
vacuum cleaner senses that dust has entered a specific area,
the cleaner rotates and changes direction to clean that area,
and then after cleaning that area, resumes its previous course.
In Spot, Max, Manual mode, when the vacuum cleaner senses
that dust has entered a specific area, the boost continues to
operate for several seconds.
Dust Sensor Mode Off : The cleaner does not sense the dust
entering and continues to drive as set in the selected cleaning
mode.
Selecting a Sound Effect
Press the Sound select button to select a sound effect.
■■ Each time you press this button, Sound Effects → Mute is
selected in this sequence.
-- Sound Effects : Plays sound effects.
-- Mute : Plays no sound or announcements.
36_ operating
maintain tools and filters
CLEANING THE VACUUM CLEANING ROBOT
Please keep the cleaning and maintenance methods in mind
04maintain
■■ When the Power Switch is damaged, please contact the service
agent so that it does not cause any accidents.
■■ Do not use any means or mechanical devices not installed by the
manufacturer that could accelerate the deformation of the vacuum
cleaning robot.
■■ Always turn off the power switch at the
bottom of the main unit before cleaning
the vacuum cleaning robot. The vacuum
cleaning robot could operate suddenly and
cause an injury.
Cleaning the Sensor Window and the Camera
You must turn off the Power Switch at the bottom of the main
unit before cleaning the vacuum cleaning robot.
■■ Never spray water, thinner, benzene etc. directly onto the main unit
of vacuum cleaning robot.
■■ Lightly wipe the sensor window or camera
using a soft cloth.
Camera
Front Sensor window
Front Sensor Window and
Camera
Cliff Sensor Window
Rear Sensor Window
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Cleaning the Dust Bin and the Filters
First, empty the dust bin before cleaning it.
■■ When separating the dust bin, take care not to spill the dust out of the
dust bin.
■■ Empty the dust bin in the following cases.
1. When dust has accumulated inside the dust bin.
2. When the suction power suddenly becomes weak.
3. When the noise suddenly increases.
1. Press the Dust Bin Eject (PUSH) button and pull the dust bin to
separate the dust bin.
2. Separate the dust bin cover by pulling it in the direction of the arrow
in the figure.
3. Remove the filter and the mesh filter from the dustbin.
NOTE
Filter
Mesh filter
4. Shake the dust from the filter, Mesh filter and dustbin.
❈❈ You can clean it with water.
After cleaning it with water :
1. Dustbin : Wipe the water off completely.
2. Filter, Mesh filter : Dry them completely and then
reassemble them.
5. Reassemble the filter and mesh filter onto the dustbin.
-- Assemble the mesh filter while the grid side is facing
downward. If the orientation is not correct, you will not be
able to assemble it.
CAUTION
If the dustbin is assembled without the filter being mounted, the error code C08 occurs.
Make sure to mount the filter.
6. Close the dust bin cover and install it into the main unit.
38_ maintain
CLEANING THE VACUUM CLEANING ROBOT
Cleaning the Power Brush
04maintain
You must turn off the Power Switch at the bottom of the
main unit before cleaning the vacuum cleaning robot.
• Because the dust in the dust bin may come out, separate the
dust bin first before cleaning the power brush.
CAUTION
1. After checking whether there are any foreign substances, press
the hook that is fixing the brush cover to separate it.
2. Lift the power brush up from the main unit.
3. Remove any foreign substances such as long hairs or strings
wrapped around the power brush using a cleaning brush or a
vacuum cleaner.
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4. After a cleaning run, first fix the side of the power brush
opposite to the Power Switch and then fix the other side.
5. Insert the side into the two grooves and assemble it by
slightly sliding it down until it clicks into place.
CAUTION
• To prevent the vacuum cleaning robot from becoming clogged, be careful not to vacuum tooth
picks or cotton swabs.
• When removing foreign substances becomes difficult, contact a customer care center.
• Because the power brush vacuums the dust on the floor, long strings or hair can become
wrapped around the brush. Check and clean the power brush regularly.
40_ maintain
Cleaning the Edge-Cleaning Side rotating Brush
You must turn off the Power Switch at the bottom of the
main unit before cleaning the vacuum cleaning robot.
04maintain
1. Check whether the side rotating brush is bent or whether there
are any foreign substances stuck on the brush.
2. Wearing rubber gloves, wrap the side rotating brush with a cloth
using hot water for about 10 seconds and wipe it on the cloth.
3. Turning the side rotating brush, repeat the procedures in Step 2.
4. If hair or string is wrapped between the main unit and the side
rotating brush, undo the screw of the side rotating brush using
a (+) driver to remove it. When reassembling the brush, check
the “L” mark on the edge-cleaning side rotating brush and the
“L” mark on the main unit and then reassemble the side rotating
brush. (Letter “R” is carved at the right side rotating brush.)
NOTE
L
Because the side rotating brush easily attracts hair and other foreign substances, make sure to
clean it frequently.
Excessive foreign substances on the side rotating brush can damage the brush.
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Cleaning the Driving Wheel
You must turn off the Power Switch at the bottom of the main
unit before cleaning the robot.
■■ If the vacuum cleaning robot suddenly starts to zigzag, there may be
foreign substances stuck on the driving wheel.
1. When cleaning the driving wheel, place a soft cloth on the floor and
flip the main unit, placing it down carefully.
2. Check for foreign substances and remove them using a stick or a
pair of blunt nippers if necessary.
42_ maintain
troubleshooting
CHECKLIST BEFORE SVC CALLS
Symptom
Vacuum cleaning
robot stopped
operating while
cleaning.
Checklist
Measure to Take
• Is the dust bin assembled?
• Install the dust bin.
• Is the Power Switch turned on?
• Turn on the Power Switch.
• Is cleaning mode
panel turned on?
button. (To turn it
in the display • Press the
off, press and hold the
button
down for 3 seconds or longer.)
• Is the battery level flashing only
one level and is ‘Lo’ displayed in
the display panel?
• Lift up the vacuum cleaning robot,
and manually dock the vacuum
cleaning robot onto the charger to
charge it.
• Vacuum cleaning robot will not
operate when the battery in the
remote control is depleted.
• Replace the batteries in the remote
control. (AAA type)
• Is the battery level flashing only
one level and is ‘Lo’ displayed in
the display panel?
• Lift up the vacuum cleaning robot,
manually dock the robot onto the
charger to charge it.
• Has the vacuum cleaning robot
become hooked on wires on the
floor?
• Turn off the Power Switch and
remove the wires.
• Is the vacuum cleaning robot stuck • Turn off the Power Switch and
to the floor where there is a height
move the cleaning vacuum
difference?
cleaning robot to another place to
clean.
-- The driving wheel is lifted.
• Is there a thin towel (cloth)
• Turn off the Power Switch and
wrapped around the driving wheel?
remove the thin towel.
• Is the vacuum cleaning robot stuck • Turn off the Power Switch and
on the doorsill?
move the vacuum cleaning robot
to another place to clean.
The suction power is
weak while cleaning.
• Check whether the dust bin is full
of dust.
• Stop the vacuum cleaning robot
and empty the dust bin.
• Check whether the suction inlet is
clogged by foreign substances.
• Turn off the Power Switch and
remove the foreign substances on
the suction inlet.
• Check whether the filter is clogged. • Clean the filter well.
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05troubleshooting
Vacuum cleaning
robot does not
operate at all before
cleaning.
Symptom
Checklist
Measure to Take
Vacuum cleaning
• Check whether the power plug of
robot cannot find the
the charger is plugged correctly
charger.
into the outlet.
• If there are any obstacles within a
range of about 1m in front of the
charger and about 0.5m range to
the left and right of the charger,
you should remove the obstacles.
• If there are any foreign substances
on the change pin, wipe them off
with a dry towel.
• Is the VIRTUAL GUARD installed
near the charger?
• Move the VIRTUAL GUARD to
another place so that the vacuum
cleaning robot can charge
automatically.
Vacuum cleaning
• Are the batteries of the VIRTUAL
robot passes through
GUARD worn out?
the VIRTUAL GUARD.
• Is the lamp turned off?
• Replace the batteries.
(2 type D (LR20) alkaline batteries)
The battery usage
time of the VIRTUAL
GUARD is too short.
• Replace the batteries with new
alkaline batteries.
(2 type D (LR20) alkaline batteries)
• Are you using manganese drycell
batteries?
The vacuum cleaning • The vacuum cleaning robot may
robot suddenly
clean in a diagonal direction in the
performs its cleaning
following cases.
operation in the
-- After the vacuum cleaning robot
diagonal direction.
has been charged while placed at
an angle in the charger station.
-- When the vacuum cleaning robot
moves to another area by a
shortened route after cleaning an
area.
-- When the angle of making
contact with an obstacle is not
perpendicular (90˚).
-- When the floor is made of tiles or
wood.
44_ troubleshooting
• Check if the VIRTUAL GUARD
is turned off and then turn the
VIRTUAL GUARD on.
• The cleaning direction is
determined by the initial location.
Since it cleans areas by drawing a
map, it eventually covers the entire
area. (Normal operation)
Install the charging station in
the direction of the grain of the
wood, and start cleaning while the
vacuum cleaning robot is docked
with the charger station.
TROUBLESHOOTING FOR ERROR CODES
CAUSE
SOLUTION
• A foreign substance (string,
paper, toy etc.) is caught in
the power brush.
• Turn off the Power Switch at the bottom and
remove the foreign substance from the power
brush.
• A foreign substance (string,
paper, toy etc.) is caught in
the left driving wheel.
• Turn off the Power Switch at the bottom and
remove the foreign substance from the left
driving wheel.
• A foreign substance (string,
paper, toy etc.) is caught in
the right driving wheel.
• Turn off the Power Switch at the bottom and
remove the foreign substance from the right
driving wheel.
• Check the Bumper sensor.
• Turn off the Power Switch at the bottom, and
then remove the obstacle from the front of the
vacuum cleaning robot or move it to a different
location.
• A foreign substance (dust,
stain etc.) is on the Obstacle
sensor window.
• Turn off the Power Switch at the bottom and
wipe the foreign substance from the front and
rear sensor windows using a soft cloth.
• A foreign substance (Dust,
• Turn off the Power Switch at the bottom and
stain etc.) is on the Cliff sensor
wipe the foreign substance on the cilff sensor
window.
window with a soft cloth.
(scrolls)
• Dust bin not inserted.
• Insert the dust bin until you hear a “Click”
sound.
• A foreign substance (String,
cloth etc.) is caught on the
edge-cleaning side rotating
brush.
• Turn off the Power Switch at the bottom and
wipe the foreign substance from the edgecleaning side rotating brush.
• The battery is defective or
open-circuited.
• Turn off the emergency switch at the bottom
of the robot and contact the service center.
❈❈ If you press the Start/Stop button or turn off the Power Switch, the error code is cleared.
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ERROR CODE
product specification
80 mm (Height)
116 mm (Height)
350 mm (Length)
350 mm (Width)
166 mm (Length)
Main Body
Classification
Charger(Station)
Item
SR10F71UB
Diameter
350mm
Height
80mm
Weight
3.5kg
Power voltage
AC220-240V~, 50-60Hz
Charge power consumption
40 W
Main unit power consumption
40 W
Battery specifications
14.4V / 31.68Wh
Charging type
Auto Charging/Manual Charging
Cleaning mode
Auto, Spot, Max, Manual, Timer, Weekly
Charging time
About 180 minutes
Cleaning time
(on the basis of hard floor)
About 90 minutes
Mechanical
Specifications
Electrical
Specifications
228 mm (Width)
Cleaning
Specifications
Cleaning method
Ceiling shape recognition
Main unit button type
Touch type
46_ product specification
Open Source Announcement
The software included in this product contains copyrighted software that is licensed under the GPL/LGPL.
You may obtain the complete Corresponding Source code from us for a period of three years after our last shipment of this
product by sending email to: oss.request@samsung.com
If you want to obtain the complete Corresponding Source code in the physical medium such as CD-ROM, the cost of physically
performing source distribution may be charged.
This offer is valid to anyone in receipt of this information.
GPL Software :
Linux kernel, BusyBox, mtd-utils, lrzsz, wireless tools
LGPL Software :
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- GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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