Instruction Manual Manual Arahan

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Manual Arahan
Instruction Manual
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Congratulations on the purchase of your ECOVACS ROBOTICS DEEBOT!
We hope it brings you many years of satisfaction. We trust the purchase of your
new robot will help keep your home clean and provide you more quality time to
do other things.
Live Smart. Enjoy Life.
Should you encounter situations that have not been properly addressed in
this Instruction Manual, please contact our Customer Service Center where a
technician can address your specific problem or question.
For more information, please visit the ECOVACS ROBOTICS official website:
www.ecovacs.com
The Company reserves the right to make technological and/or design changes
to this product for continuous improvement.
Thank you for choosing DEEBOT!
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Contents
1. Important Safety Instructions.......................................................................4
2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications.......................................6
2.1 Package Contents.....................................................................................6
2.2 Specifications............................................................................................6
2.3 Product Diagram........................................................................................7
3. Operating and Programming......................................................................10
3.1 Notes Before Cleaning.............................................................................10
3.2 Quick Start...............................................................................................11
3.3 Cleaning Mode Selection.........................................................................13
3.4 Programming the Robot...........................................................................15
3.5 Status Indicator Icons..............................................................................16
3.6 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner......................................................................16
4. Maintenance.................................................................................................19
4.1 Dust Bin and Filters..................................................................................19
4.2 Main Brush and Side Brushes..................................................................20
4.3 Other Components..................................................................................21
4.4 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner......................................................................22
5. Troubleshooting..........................................................................................23
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1. Important Safety Instructions
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including
the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1. This Appliance is not intended to be used by children under 8 or anyone lacking knowledge
on proper use. Supervision may be necessary. Do not allow children to sit on or play with
the Appliance.
2. Clear the area to be cleaned. Remove power cords and small objects from the floor that could
entangle the Appliance. Tuck rug fringe under the rug base, and lift items such as curtains and
tablecloths off the floor.
3. If there is a drop off in the cleaning area due to a step or stairs, you should operate the
Appliance to ensure that it can detect the step without falling over the edge. It may become
necessary to place a physical barrier at the edge to keep the unit from falling. Make sure
the physical barrier is not a trip hazard.
4. Only use as described in this manual. Only use attachments recommended or sold by the
manufacturer.
5. Please make sure your power supply voltage matches the power voltage marked on the
Charging Dock.
6. For INDOOR household use ONLY. Do not use the Appliance in outdoor, commercial or
industrial environments.
7. Use only the original rechargeable battery and Charging Dock provided with the Appliance
from the manufacturer. Non-rechargeable batteries are prohibited. For battery information,
please refer to Specifications section.
8. Do not use without dust bin and/or filters in place.
9. Do not operate the Appliance in an area where there are lit candles or fragile objects.
10. Do not use in extremely hot or cold environments (below -5˚C/23˚F or above 40˚C/104˚F).
11. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from any openings and moving parts.
12. Do not operate the Appliance in a room where an infant or child is sleeping.
13. Do not use Appliance on wet surfaces or surfaces with standing water.
14. Do not allow the Appliance to pick up large objects like stones, large pieces of paper or any
item that may clog the Appliance.
15. Do not use Appliance to pick up flammable or combustible materials such as gasoline, printer
or copier toner, or use in areas where they may be present.
16. Do not use Appliance to pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes,
matches, hot ashes, or anything that could cause a fire.
17. Do not put objects into the suction intake. Do not use if the suction intake is blocked. Keep the
intake clear of dust, lint, hair, or anything that may reduce air flow.
18. Take care not to damage the power cord. Do not pull on or carry the Appliance or Charging
Dock by the power cord, use the power cord as a handle, close a door on the power cord, or
pull power cord around sharp edges or corners. Do not run Appliance over the power cord.
Keep power cord away from hot surfaces.
19. If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent
in order to avoid a hazard.
20. Do not use the Charging Dock if it is damaged.
21. Do not use with a damaged power cord or receptacle. Do not use the Appliance or Charging
Dock if it is not working properly, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or come in
contact with water. It must be repaired by the manufacturer or its service agent in order to
avoid a hazard.
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1. Important Safety Instructions
22. Turn OFF the power switch before cleaning or maintaining the Appliance.
23. The plug must be removed from the receptacle before cleaning or maintaining the Charging
Dock.
24. Remove the Appliance from the Charging Dock, and turn OFF the power switch to the Appliance
before removing the battery for disposal of the Appliance.
25. The battery must be removed and discarded according to local laws and regulations before
disposal of the Appliance.
26. Please dispose of used batteries according to local laws and regulations.
27. Do not incinerate the Appliance even if it is severely damaged. The batteries can explode
in a fire.
28. When not using the Charging Dock for a long period of time, please unplug it.
29. The Appliance must be used in accordance with the directions in this Instruction Manual.
ECOVACS ROBOTICS cannot be held liable or responsible for any damages or injuries
caused by improper use.
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2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
2.1 Package Contents
Robot
Charging Dock
Handheld Vacuum
Cleaner
Instruction Manual
(4) Side Brushes
Multi-Function
Cleaning Tool
3-D Cleaning Set
with Case
Remote Control with
Batteries
2.2 Specifications
Model
Working Voltage
D79
12V DC
Charging Dock Model
Rated Input Voltage
Rated Output Current
Remote Control Model
Batteries
30W
CH1359A
220-240V AC
0.75A
Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
Rated Input Voltage
Rated Power
Rated Output Voltage
Rated Power
14.5V DC
20W
ZB1345A
220-240V AC
Rated Power
400W
RC0917
Input voltage
3V DC
Ni-MH SC 3000mAh
* Technical and design specifications may be changed in the course of continuous product improvement.
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2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
2.3 Product Diagram
Robot
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1. Status Light Indicators
2. Top Cover
3. Control Panel
4. Control Panel Screen
5. Infrared Receiver for Remote Control
6. Anti-Collision Sensors
7. Charging Contacts
8. Side Brushes
9. Anti-Drop Sensors
10. Main Brush Screw
11. Main Brush
12. Universal Wheel
13. Driving Wheels
14. Bottom Power Switch
15. Battery Covers
16. Battery Cover Screws
17. Dust Sensors
18. Dust Bin
Control Panel and Control Panel Screen
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13 11 9
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1. Battery Display
2. Full Dust Bin Indicator
3. Dust Bin Missing Indicator
4. Trapped Item Indicator
5. Driving Wheel Suspended Indicator
6. START/PAUSE Button
7. Mode Selection Button
8. Pause Mode Indicator
9. Spot Cleaning Mode Indicator
10. Return to Charger Mode Indicator
11. Edge Cleaning Mode Indicator
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12. Intensive Cleaning Mode Indicator
13. AUTO Cleaning Mode Indicator
14. Operation Status Indicator
15. One Time Scheduled Cleaning Indicator
16. Daily Scheduled Cleaning Indicator
17. Cancel Scheduled Cleaning Indicator
18. Time Adjust Buttons
19. Cleaning Time Setting Indicator
20. Current Time Setting Indicator
21. Time Display
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2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
Charging Dock
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1. Handheld Vacuum Cleaner Power Slot
2. Infrared Signal Generator
3. Charging Dock Pins
4. Automatic Emptying Dust Intake
5. Handheld Vacuum Cleaner Release Button
6. Automatic Emptying Dust Transfer Channel
7. Charging Indicator
8. Anti-Slip Strips
Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
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1. Cyclone Filter
2. Handheld Vacuum Cleaner Handle
3. Shoulder Strap Hooks
4. Motor
5. Hose
6. Handheld Vacuum Cleaner Power Switch
7. Handheld Assembly
8. Power Cord Hook
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9. Handheld Vacuum Cleaner Release Button
10. Clear Dust Container
11. Shoulder Strap
12. Telescopic Wand
13. Wall & Ceiling Brush
14. Crevice Tool
15. Fabric Brush
2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
Remote Control
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1. Pause Button
2. AUTO Mode Button
3. Spot Cleaning Mode Button
4. Edge Cleaning Mode Button
5. Direction Control Buttons
6. Intensive Cleaning Mode Button
7. Return to Charger Mode Button
8. Infrared Emitter
Dust Bin
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1. Dust Bin Handle
2. Dust Bin Lock
3. Filter Net
4. Sponge Filter
5. High Efficiency Filter
6. Dust Bin Cover
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3. Operating and Programming
3.1 Notes Before Cleaning
Before Operating DEEBOT, take a few moments to survey the area to be
cleaned and remove any obstacles.
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Remove power cords and small objects from
the floor that could entangle the product.
The product is not suitable for use on long-pile
carpet. Before using the product near a longpile area rug or on a short-pile area rug with
tasseled edges, please fold area rug edges under
themselves.
Please be aware that the robot needs at
least a 10cm (4") clearance to clean under
furniture without complications.
If there is a step or stairs in the cleaning
area, please operate DEEBOT 7 to ensure its
Anti-Drop Sensors can detect the drop off. It
may be necessary to place a physical barrier
at the edge of the drop off to keep the unit
from falling over the edge.
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3. Operating and Programming
3.2 Quick Start
1 Charging Dock Placement
Assemble Charging Dock: Insert Handheld
Vacuum Cleaner into the Charging Dock and
ensure it is securely locked in place.
Placement: Place the Charging Dock on a
level floor surface against the wall with the
base perpendicular to the ground. Keep
the immediate area 1.5m (5’) in front of the
charger and 0.5m (1.6’) on both sides of
the charger clear of objects and reflective
surfaces.
Plug the Charging Dock in.
2 Install Side Brushes
Attach Side Brushes to the bottom of
DEEBOT 7 by pressing a brush into each slot
with the matching color until it clicks.
3 Power ON
Turn the robot’s Bottom Power Switch to
the ON position. “I” indicates ON and “O”
indicates OFF.
* When DEEBOT 7 is not working, it is suggested
to keep it powered ON and charging, instead of
powered OFF.
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3. Operating and Programming
4 Charge DEEBOT 7
Place DEEBOT 7 on the Charging Dock making
sure the Charging Contacts on DEEBOT 7 and
the Charging Dock Pins make a connection.
Charge DEEBOT 7 for at least 12 hours before
the first use.
* The Status Light Indicators on the top of the robot and the Battery Display on the robot’s
Control Panel Screen blink when DEEBOT 7 is charging and go off when DEEBOT 7 is fully
charged.
* Remove DEEBOT 7’s batteries if the robot will not be used for a long time. In case of battery
leakage, please remove the battery and wipe the battery slot clean while wearing protective
gloves.
* If batteries are fully discharged or not used for a long time, their capacity may decrease and
need to be reactivated.
* To reactivate the batteries: Place the robot on the Charging Dock by hand, remove after charging
for 3 minutes; repeat 3 times, then charge normally for 3-5 hours.
* DEEBOT 7 uses long life Ni-MH batteries that do not require frequent replacement.
To replace the batteries, contact Customer Service or follow the below instructions:
a. Unscrew the Battery Cover Screws, remove Battery Covers.
b. Remove the batteries and disconnect the fasteners.
c. Connect the corresponding positive and negative fasteners on the new batteries. Insert
the new batteries, reassemble the Battery Covers and screw in the Battery Cover Screws.
5 Start
Press
on DEEBOT 7 or AUTO Mode Button on the Remote Control. DEEBOT 7 starts to
work immediately in AUTO Cleaning Mode.
* To choose another Cleaning Mode, please refer to section 3.3 Cleaning Mode Selection for details.
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6 Pause
Pause DEEBOT 7 by pressing any button on
DEEBOT 7 or the Pause Button on the Remote
Control.
* DEEBOT 7 can be directed to move forward,
backward, left and right using the Direction
Control Buttons on the Remote Control when
it is paused. DEEBOT 7 does not clean when
Paused.
7 Automatic Emptying
When DEEBOT 7 finishes cleaning, or its
battery gets low, it returns to the Charging
Dock to recharge itself. Once DEEBOT 7 docks
successfully, it automatically empties its own
Dust Bin into the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner.
* Automatic Emptying will last about 20 seconds.
Do not remove the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
from the Charging Dock during this process to
avoid dust leakage or damage.
3.3 Cleaning Mode Selection
DEEBOT 7 has several Cleaning Modes for you to choose from to effectively clean different
floors. Cleaning Modes are selected using the Mode Selection Button on the robot’s Control
Panel or using the Remote Control.
* To switch Cleaning Modes using the Mode Selection Button on DEEBOT 7’s Control Panel,
Pause DEEBOT 7 first. Press the Mode Selection Button on DEEBOT 7 until the desired mode
icon appears on the Control Panel Screen, then press START/PAUSE Button to start cleaning.
* To switch Cleaning Modes using the Remote Control press the desired Cleaning Mode button.
1 AUTO Cleaning Mode
This is the most commonly used mode. In AUTO Cleaning Mode, DEEBOT 7 cleans in a straight line
and changes direction when it meets an obstacle.
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3. Operating and Programming
2 Intensive Cleaning Mode
This mode is good for aggressive cleaning or for extremely dirty or dusty floors. In this mode, DEEBOT 7
is more sensitive to dirt and dust and performs a more thorough cleaning. In this mode, DEEBOT 7 follows
the same cleaning pattern as Automatic Cleaning Mode, but performs a more thorough cleaning.
3 Spot Cleaning Mode
This mode is applicable for an area of highly concentrated dirt or dust. In Spot Cleaning Mode, DEEBOT 7
focuses on a specific area to clean.
4 Edge Cleaning Mode
This mode is good for cleaning the edges and corners of a room. In Edge Cleaning Mode, DEEBOT 7
cleans along a border (e.g. wall).
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3. Operating and Programming
5 Return to Charger Mode
When battery power gets low, DEEBOT 7 automatically switches to Return to Charger Mode and
returns to the Charging Dock to recharge itself.
DEEBOT 7 can be sent back to the Charging Dock at any time by pressing the Mode Selection Button
on the robot until the Return to Charger Mode Indicator appears on the robot's Control Panel Screen,
then press START/PAUSE. Or press the Return to Charger Mode Button on the Remote Control.
3.4 Programming the Robot
DEEBOT 7 has a Time Scheduling function. DEEBOT 7 can be programmed to automatically
clean once per day, at a specific time, even if nobody is at home.
* All scheduled cleanings are performed in Automatic Cleaning Mode. DEEBOT 7 has Dust
Sensors that constantly monitor dust volume and automatically change DEEBOT 7 to the most
effective cleaning pattern.
1 Schedule the Cleaning Time
With DEEBOT 7 powered ON, press and hold
on the robot’s Control Panel for 3 seconds until
on the Control Panel Screen appears and the
time setting numbers flash.
and
on the robot’s Control Panel to
Press
adjust the “hour.” Press
to confirm the hour
and “minute” number will blink. Press and to
adjust “minute,” and press
to confirm.
For example: Schedule DEEBOT 7 to clean
at “09:00.” DEEBOT 7 automatically cleans at
09:00am every day.
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3. Operating and Programming
2 Set the Current Time of Day
After confirming the cleaning time,
the current time of day.
disappears and the “hour” number blinks, indicating the need to set
Set the current time of day, adjusting the hours and minutes using the same method as described in
Schedule the Cleaning Time above.
3 Set Cleaning Frequency/ Cancel Scheduled Cleaning Time
Set the cleaning frequency by pressing
on DEEBOT 7’s Control Panel until the desired icon appears.
Clean once at scheduled time.
Clean daily at scheduled time.
Cancel cleaning at scheduled times.
3.5 Status Indicator Icons
If DEEBOT 7 detects a problem, it emits a beep, the Status Light Indicators flash orange, and the
corresponding indicator appears on the Control Panel Screen.
Indicator
Problem
Solution
Dust Bin has not been emptied
in 7 days.
Empty the Dust Bin as described in section 4
Maintenance.
Dust Bin is missing or not
installed properly
Re-install Dust Bin and ensure it is properly
seated.
Main Brush, Side Brushes or
Driving Wheels are stuck or
tangled with debris.
Refer to section 4 Maintenance to clean
these parts.
Driving Wheel is suspended.
Place DEEBOT 7 on an even surface so it
can regain traction.
3.6 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
DEEBOT 7 has a detachable Handheld Vacuum Cleaner with attachments to clean more than just
the floor.
1 Assemble the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
Press the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner Release
Button on the back of the Charging Dock and
remove the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner by pulling
straight up.
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Connect the Handheld Assembly to the Handheld
Vacuum Cleaner. Make sure the power slot is
aligned correctly.
Twist the hook to release the power cord quickly.
Attach the Hose to the Handheld Assembly.
Insert the Hose and twist to lock.
* The Telescopic Wand can be attached to add variable length.
* Push the adjustment button of Telescopic Wand and adjust the length of the wand to meet
your needs. Release the button to lock the length.
Attach interchangeable accessories to the Hose
or to the Telescopic Wand for specific cleaning
needs.
Accessory
Usage
Fabric Brush
Cleans soft surfaces, such as sofas, cushions, curtains etc.
Crevice Tool
Cleans small crevices, corners, baseboards etc.
Wall and Ceiling Brush
Clean surfaces like cabinets, walls, ceilings and doors.
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3. Operating and Programming
Attach the Shoulder Strap to the Shoulder Strap
Hooks, and adjust it according to personal need
for easy carrying.
2 Turn ON and Turn OFF
Press the ON/OFF button on the side of the
Handheld Assembly to start or stop the Handheld
Vacuum Cleaner.
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4. Maintenance
Before performing cleaning and maintenance on DEEBOT 7, move the Bottom Power Switch
to the OFF position and unplug the Charging Dock.
4.1 Dust Bin and Filters
* DEEBOT 7’s Automatic Emptying process automatically removes the majority of dust and
debris from the robot’s Dust Bin. However moist contents or heavy particles may stay in the
Dust Bin and it may need to be cleaned periodically.
Open DEEBOT 7’s Top Cover and remove the
Dust Bin. Open the Dust Bin Cover and empty
the Dust Bin.
Remove the filters. Pat the High Efficiency
Filter clean. Do not rinse the High Efficiency
Filter under water.
Rinse the Dust Bin, Sponge Filter and Filter
Net under running water.
Dry the Dust Bin and filter components
completely before reinstalling.
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4. Maintenance
4.2 Main Brush and Side Brush
* A Multi-Function Cleaning Tool is provided for easy maintenance. Handle with care, this cleaning
tool has sharp edges.
1 Cleaning the Main Brush
Unscrew the Main Brush Screw and remove the Main Brush. Use the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool
to cut off and remove any hair tangled around the Main Brush.
2 Cleaning the Side Brushes
Remove the Side Brushes. Wipe the Side Brushes and their slots with a dry cloth.
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4. Maintenance
4.3 Other Components
Clean the Universal Wheel by removing any
hair tangled around it.
Wipe the Anti-Drop Sensors with the brush
or the felt side of the Multi-Function Cleaning
Tool to maintain their effectiveness.
Wipe the Dust Sensors with the brush or the
felt side of the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool
to maintain their effectiveness.
Wipe the Charging Contacts and Charging
Dock Pins clean with a dry cloth.
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4. Maintenance
4.4 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
* Please empty the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner regularly and always before the dust reaches the
MAX line for optimal vacuum performance.
1 Remove the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
Press the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
Release button on the back of the Charging
Dock and remove the Handheld Vacuum
Cleaner by pulling straight up.
Twist the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner top
cover until lines up with the on the clear
dust container. Remove the top cover and
Cyclone Filter.
2 Cleaning the Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
Empty the dust in the Handheld Vacuum
Cleaner’s Clear Dust Container. If necessary,
the Clear Dust Container can be rinsed with
water as long as the bottom portion of the
Handheld Vacuum Cleaner with the motor is
removed. The bottom portion with the motor
can be cleaned by wiping it with a dry cloth.
3 Cleaning the Filter
Press the button on the top cover of the
Handheld Vacuum Cleaner to open and
remove the filter.
Rinse the filter under running water and dry
it completely before reinstalling.
* Do not use a brush to clean to avoid damage.
* The filter may change color over time, but will not affect its performance.
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5. Troubleshooting
Please use this chart to troubleshoot common problems using DEEBOT 7.
NO.
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Malfunction
DEEBOT 7 will
not charge.
DEEBOT 7 gets
into trouble while
working and
stops.
DEEBOT 7
returns to the
Charging Dock
before it finishes
cleaning.
DEEBOT 7
will not clean
automatically at
scheduled time.
Possible Causes
Solutions
The Bottom Power Switch
on the bottom of DEEBOT 7
is not turned ON.
Turn the Bottom Power Switch to the ON
position.
DEEBOT 7 has not made
a connection with the
Charging Dock.
Be sure that DEEBOT 7 has made a
connection with the Charging Dock Pins.
You may move the robot manually to make
the connection if necessary.
Charging Dock is unplugged
while robot’s Bottom Power
Switch is ON, which causes
battery consumption.
Plug in the Charging Dock and ensure the
robot’s Bottom Power Switch is turned ON.
Keep DEEBOT 7 on the Charging Dock to
make sure it has a full battery to work at
any time.
The battery is completely
discharged.
Re-activate the battery. Place DEEBOT 7
on the Charging Dock by hand, remove after
charging for 3 minutes, repeat 3 times; then
charge normally.
DEEBOT 7 is tangled with
something on the floor
(electrical cords, drooping
curtains, carpet fringe etc.).
DEEBOT 7 will try various ways to get itself
out of trouble. If it is unsuccessful, manually
remove the obstacles and restart.
When battery power
gets low, DEEBOT 7
automatically switches to
Return to Charger Mode
and returns to the Charging
Dock to recharge itself.
This is normal. No solution necessary.
Working time varies
according to floor surface,
room complexity and the
selected Cleaning Mode.
This is normal. No solution necessary.
Intelligent Scheduling
function is cancelled.
Please refer to section 3.4 Intelligent
Scheduling for details.
The Bottom Power Switch
on the bottom of the robot is
OFF.
Turn the Bottom Power Switch to the ON
position.
The robot’s battery is low.
Keep DEEBOT 7 powered ON and on the
Charging Dock to make sure it has a full
battery to work at any time.
DEEBOT 7’s components
are tangled with debris.
Turn DEEBOT 7’s Bottom Power Switch
OFF, clean the Dust Bin, and invert the
robot. Clean the Side Brushes and the
Main Brush as described in section 4
Maintenance.
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5. Troubleshooting
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Malfunction
Remote Control
failure (effective
control range of
Remote Control
is 5m (1.6')).
Possible Causes
Solutions
The batteries in the Remote
Control need to be replaced.
Replace with new batteries making sure
they are installed correctly.
The Bottom Power Switch is
turned OFF, or DEEBOT 7’s
battery is low.
Make sure DEEBOT 7’s Bottom Power
Switch is ON and fully charged.
The infrared signal cannot
be transmitted because the
Infrared Emitter on the Remote
Control or DEEBOT 7’s Infrared
Receiver on DEEBOT 7 is dirty.
Use a dry cloth or the Multi-Function
Cleaning Tool to wipe the Infrared Emitter
on Remote Control and the Infrared
Receiver on DEEBOT 7.
There is other equipment
interfering with the infrared
signal to DEEBOT 7.
Avoid using the Remote Control near other
equipment using infrared signals.
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