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Instruction Manual
Congratulations on the purchase of your WINBOT Robotic Window Cleaner!
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.
Before you go any further, we suggest you record your model number, serial
number and date of purchase below. We also suggest you attached your
receipt to this page for safe keeping. (Model and serial numbers are location on
the label on the bottom of the WINBOT)
MODEL #____________
SERIAL # ___________
DATE OF PURCHASE ___/___/___
Should you have any questions or issues programming the unit or getting your
Winbot to function properly, please call our Customer Service hotline before
contacting or returning the product to the place of purchase.
Thank you for choosing WINBOT!
Contents
1. Important Safety Instructions.......................................................................2
2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications.......................................4
2.1 Package Contents.....................................................................................4
2.2 Technical Specifications............................................................................4
2.3 Product Diagram........................................................................................5
3. Operating the Robot......................................................................................6
3.1. Notes Before Cleaning .............................................................................6
3.2 Attach the Cleaning Pad ...........................................................................7
3.3 Assemble the Power Adaptor.....................................................................7
3.4 Install the Safety Tether.............................................................................7
3.5 Place the Safety Pod ................................................................................9
3.6 Spray Cleaning Solution............................................................................9
3.7 Start.........................................................................................................10
3.8 Pause......................................................................................................11
3.9 Stop.........................................................................................................12
4. Maintenance.................................................................................................13
4.1 Cleaning Pad.......................................................................................... 13
4.2 Cupule, Sensors, Squeegee, Corners.....................................................13
4.3 Driving Treads.........................................................................................14
5. Status Indicator Light and Sounds ............................................................15
6. Troubleshooting...........................................................................................16
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.
Please keep this user manual in a safe place along with your purchase receipt and carton for
future reference. The safety precautions enclosed herein reduce the risk of fire, electric shock
and injury when correctly adhered to.
1. This Appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been
2. Do not use the Appliance in extremely hot or cold environments (below 0˚C/32˚F or above
40˚C/104˚F). When cleaning outside windows the Appliance can only be used in fine weather
conditions and must be tethered to the safety pod at all times. It cannot be used when it is
windy, raining or snowing.
3. Please ensure the Appliance is plugged in while it is cleaning. The Appliance has a Back-Up
Battery that charges during use. The Back-Up Battery powers the Appliance if it becomes
unplugged or the electricity fails.
4. Do not leave the Appliance unattended when it is plugged in.
5. For household use ONLY. Do not use the Appliance in commercial or industrial environments.
6. Do not use the Appliance on chipped or cracked glass.
7. The use of attachments not recommended or sold by the manufacturer may cause fire,
electric shock or injury.
8. The unit has no user-serviceable parts contained within. Do not attempt to repair,
disassemble or modify the Appliance.
9. Do not use an extension cord unless completely necessary with this appliance. If an
extension cord is used please ensure that it has a rating equal or exceeding the rating of
this appliance.
10. Do not use the Appliance on a framed window with a frame smaller than 5mm (0.2 inches).
11. Do not use the Appliance on wet or greasy windows.
12. Store the Appliance away from heat and flammable materials.
13. Do not use this Appliance if the plug, cord, or the Appliance itself is damaged. Please return it
along with your receipt to the place of purchase.
14. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not put the Appliance in water or other liquid. Do
not place or store Appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or sink.
15. Do not touch power plug or the Appliance with wet hands.
16. Do not charge the Appliance in extremely hot or cold environments, or it may affect battery
life span.
17. When charging the Appliance, do not place it on other electrical appliances and keep it
away from fire and liquid.
18. Take care not to damage the power cord. Do not pull on or carry the Appliance by the power
cord, use the power cord as a handle, close a window on the power cord, or put heavy
weights on the power cord. Keep power cord away from hot surfaces.
19. Do not use with a damaged power cord or plug . Do not use the Appliance if it is not working
properly, has been dropped, damaged, or come in contact with water. Please contact the
customer service team to arrange a repair or replacement.
20. Always unplug the WINBOT when not in use. To disconnect from the power supply, grip
the plug and pull from the power socket. Never pull by the cord. The power plug must be
removed from the power socket before cleaning, servicing, maintenance or moving the
WINBOT.
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1. Important Safety Instructions
21. The Back-Up Battery must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent in order
to avoid a hazard.
22. The Back-Up Battery must be removed and discarded according to local laws and regulations
before disposal of the Appliance.
23. The Appliance must be disconnected from the power outlet before removing the battery
for disposal of the Appliance.
24. Please dispose of used batteries according to local laws and regulations.
25. Do not incinerate the Appliance even if it is severely damaged. The battery can explode in
a fire.
26. The Appliance must be used in accordance with the directions in this Instruction Manual.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any eventual damages or injuries caused by
improper or faulty use.
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2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
2.1 Package Contents
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Instruction Manual
Robot
Power Adaptor
Instruction Manual
Safety Pod and
Tether
(3) Cleaning Pads
WINBOT
Cleaning Solution
(1) WINBOT
Extension Cord
(1.5m/4’11”)
Finishing Cloth
Remote Control
with Batteries
2.2 Technical Specifications
Model
W930
Working Voltage
15V DC
Rated Power
35W
Remote Control
Input Voltage
3V DC
Power Adaptor: WT1503000
Input: 100-240V AC 50/60Hz 1.6A
Output: 15V DC 3.0A
* 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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2
3
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4
5
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1. Power Cord
2. Handle
3. Status Indicator Light and
START/PAUSE Button
4. Air Release Trigger
5. Cleaning Pad Plate
6. Squeegee
7. Cupule
8. Driving Treads
9. Wheel Sensor
10. Bottom Status
Indicator Light
11. Bottom Power Switch
12. Edge Detection Sensors
13. Cleaning Pad
14. Cleaning Pad Velcro
Remote Control
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2
3
1. RESET Button
2. Direction Control Buttons
3. START/PAUSE Button
4. Remote Control Pairing Button
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3. Operating the Robot
3.1 Notes Before Cleaning
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Do not use WINBOT 9 on a framed window
with frame smaller than 5mm (0.2").
WINBOT 9 can be used to clean framed or
frameless glass, larger than 35cm x 60cm
(13.8’’ x 23.6’’).
If WINBOT 9’s Status Indicator Light
If the window is fully covered with dirt, clean
flashes GREEN after powering ON, the
a small area on the glass before use and
Back-Up Battery requires charging. Keep
place WINBOT 9 there.
WINBOT 9 plugged in to charge the BackUp Battery until the Status Indicator Light
flashes BLUE. WINBOT 9 will not clean
until the Back-Up Battery is charged.
Please ensure there is a 15cm (5.9”) clearance between the glass and obstacles in the room
like curtains or furniture.
WINBOT 9 can clean horizontally mounted glass, or glass mounted at an angle, using the
Direction Control Buttons on the Remote Control.
Do not use WINBOT 9 upside down.
Do not use WINBOT 9 on windows with an uneven surface, such as decaled, frosted, textured,
patterned, or coated glass.
WINBOT 9 should only be used with WINBOT Cleaning Solution. Using other cleaners significantly
reduces WINBOT’s performance and can damage the robot.
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3. Operating the Robot
3.2 Attach the Cleaning Pad
3.3 Assembling the Power Adaptor
Turn WINBOT 9 over and attach the Cleaning
Pad to the Velcro smoothly. Make sure the
Cleaning Pad is placed exactly within its Velcro
area.
Push the adaptor connector securely into the
two-pin adaptor slot
3.4 Install the Safety Tether
If WINBOT 9 is used to clean an outside window, the Safety Pod and Tether
MUST be used.
* If WINBOT 9 is being used to clean an inside window, please skip to step 3.6.
A
B
C
End A: Robot Power Cord
End C: Safety Pod
D
D
End B: Power Adaptor Power Cord
End D: Safety Tether
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3. Operating the Robot
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Loop one end of the Safety Tether to End
A on the Robot Power Cord and tighten.
2
Connect End A and End B and tighten.
3
Loop the other end of the Safety Tether
around the Safety Pod’s channel and pull
it tight.
* If the length of power cord restricts WINBOT 9’s movement, the provided WINBOT Extension
Cord can be used. Disconnect End A and End B, and connect them with both ends of the
Extension Cord respectively and tighten.
* Only one Extension Cord can be used when WINBOT 9 is cleaning an outside window.
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3. Operating the Robot
3.5 Place the Safety Pod
The Safety Pod MUST be placed on
the inside of the window.
Press the Safety Pod FIRMLY on the
inside of the window being cleaned. Make
sure the Safety Pod is attached securely in
place.
* Please ensure the surface between
the safety pod and glass is clean.
The vacuum will lose suction power
slowly if there is a build-up of dust
and dirt and the safety pod may drop.
3.6 Spray Cleaning Solution
* WINBOT 9 should only be used with WINBOT Cleaning Solution. Using other cleaners
significantly reduces WINBOT’s performance and can damage the robot.
Spray each side of the Cleaning Pad with the
provided WINBOT Cleaning Solution at least 5
times. The Cleaning Pad should be damp, not
wet. Larger windows may require additional
sprays.
After spraying, wipe the bottom of WINBOT
9 with the provided Finishing Cloth.
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3. Operating the Robot
3.7 Start
1 Plug in WINBOT 9
2 Power ON
Move the Bottom Power Switch to the “ ”
position. WINBOT 9 is powered ON when it
beeps and the Status Indicator Light flashes
BLUE. If the WINBOT repeatedly beeps the
unit does not have power. Check the power
outlet is switched on.
3 Place on the Glass
Press the START/PAUSE Button on
WINBOT 9’s Handle. WINBOT 9’s suction
motor starts.
Place WINBOT 9 on the window at least
10cm (4’’) from the corners or other
obstacles and press it firmly on the window.
Hold firmly on the window until the Indicator
Light glows a continuous BLUE.
* Please ensure there is a 15cm (5.9”)
clearance between the glass and
obstacles in the room like curtains or
furniture.
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/4”
3. Operating the Robot
4 Start
Press the START/PAUSE Button on WINBOT 9
or on the Remote Control to begin cleaning.
3.8 Pause
Pause WINBOT 9 during cleaning by pressing
the START/PAUSE button on the robot or on
the Remote control.
WINBOT 9 can be directed to move forward,
backward, left and right using the Direction
Control Buttons on the Remote Control
when Paused. WINBOT 9 will clean when
Direction Control Buttons are used.
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3. Operating the Robot
3.9 Stop
When WINBOT 9 completes its cleaning cycle, it returns to the place it started and beeps.
1 Remove WINBOT 9
Grasp WINBOT 9’s Handle. Pull the Air
Release Trigger and remove WINBOT 9 from
the window. Polish away any marks left on
the glass from WINBOT 9’s removal with the
provided Finishing Cloth.
3 Remove the Safety Pod, if used.
2 Power OFF
Move the Power Switch to the “O” position.
4 Unplug WINBOT 9
* If WINBOT 9 has a problem and the Indicator Light glows RED, it can be reset by pressing
the Reset Button on the Remote Control.
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4. Maintenance
Before performing cleaning and maintenance on WINBOT 9, move the Bottom Power Switch
to the “O” position and unplug it from the receptacle.
4.1 Cleaning Pad
Turn the robot over and remove the Cleaning
Pad. Rinse the Cleaning Pad and allow it to dry
completely before re-attaching it to the robot.
* Do NOT use a wet Cleaning Pad on
WINBOT 9, or it may slip on the window.
The cleaning cloths are handwash only.
They are not machine washable. Do not
tumble dry.
4.2 Cupule, Sensors, Squeegee, Corners
Cupule
Wheel Sensor
Turn the robot over and wipe any debris from
the surface of the Cupule with the provided
Finishing Cloth to maintain suction.
Turn the robot over and wipe the Wheel
Sensor with the provided Finishing Cloth
to maintain its effectiveness.
Edge Detection Sensors
Squeegee
Turn the robot over and wipe the four Edge
Detection Sensors clean with the provided
Finishing Cloth to maintain their effectiveness.
Turn the robot over and wipe the Squeegee
clean with the provided Finishing Cloth
to maintain its effectiveness.
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4. Maintenance
Cleaning WINBOT 9’s corners
Turn the robot over, remove the Cleaning
Pad and wipe the four corners of WINBOT 9
with the provided Finishing Cloth.
4.3 Driving Treads
Move the Bottom Power Switch to the “ ”
position.
Inspect the Driving Treads by using the and
buttons on the Remote Control. Stop the
Driving Treads if dirt is seen on the Treads.
Wait for the Driving Treads to come to a
complete stop before cleaning any dirt on
them with the Finishing Cloth. Do not touch the
Driving Treads while they are in motion.
Move the Bottom Power Switch to the “O”
position.
Clean any dirt on the Driving Treads with the
provided Finishing Cloth.
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5. Status Indicator Light and Sounds
Indicator
Description
Status Indicator Light flashes
GREEN
Back-Up Battery is low and is charging. WINBOT 9 will not clean
until the Back-Up Battery is properly charged.
Status Indicator Light flashes
BLUE
WINBOT 9 is powered ON, and is ready to be placed on the
window.
If WINBOT 9 is already on the window, please refer to section 6
Troubleshooting.
Status Indicator Light glows
a continuous BLUE
WINBOT 9 has successfully attached itself to the glass and is
ready to clean.
Status Indicator Light glows
RED
WINBOT 9 has a problem. Please refer to Section 6,
Troubleshooting, for details.
WINBOT emit beeps
WINBOT 9 beeps in following situations:
WINBOT 9 is powered ON.
WINBOT 9 finishes cleaning.
WINBOT 9 is successfully paired with its Remote Control.
WINBOT 9 has a problem.
WINBOT 9 will beep repeatedly if the Power Switch is set to " "
and there is no mains power to the unit or the Adaptor is not correctly
connected to the mains power.
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6. Troubleshooting
NO. Malfunction
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Remote
Control
does not
work.
Status
Indicator
Light
flashes
BLUE after
WINBOT 9
is placed on
the glass.
Possible Causes
Solutions
The Remote Control is not
paired with WINBOT 9.
WINBOT 9 arrives from the
factory paired with its Remote
Control. If the Remote Control
becomes un-paired or is
replaced, it can be re-paired.
Power ON WINBOT 9. At the same time,
button on WINBOT 9 and
press and hold
button on the Remote Control. Pairing
is complete when WINBOT 9 emits a three
toned beep.
The batteries are not installed
in the Remote Control or need
to be changed.
Install or replace the batteries in the Remote
Control.
There is not enough suction to
attach WINBOT 9 to the glass.
A.Press WINBOT 9 on the window a little
more firmly.
B.Check for debris on the Cupule. Clean
the surface of the Cupule with the provided
Finishing Cloth as described in section 4.
C.The glass is too dirty for WINBOT 9 to
attach to the glass properly. Clean a small
area on the glass before use and place
WINBOT 9 there.
D.If the problem persists, please contact
Customer Service.
6. Troubleshooting
NO. Malfunction
Possible Causes
Interruption of electricity
while WINBOT 9 was
cleaning due to power
failure, plug displacement,
or loose connection to the
Power Adaptor.
Status Light
Indicator
glows RED
3 after it is
powered ON, WINBOT 9 has encountered
a problem.
or during
cleaning.
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WINBOT 9
does not
follow its
normal
cleaning
pattern,
moves
erratically or
stops.
Solutions
A. Connect WINBOT 9 to the Power Adaptor
and plug into the receptacle. Press START/
PAUSE Button on the robot or on the Remote
Control. WINBOT 9 will resume cleaning.
B. In case of power failure, and the above
solution does not work, WINBOT 9 should
automatically go back to a place near its start
point. In rare cases when the robot does not go
back to a place near its start point, please use
the Direction Control Buttons on the Remote
Control to direct the robot to a position on the
window where you can safely reach it. Remove
the robot from the window and move the Bottom
Power Switch to the OFF position. If power
has resumed, move the Bottom Power Switch
back to the ON position, place the robot on the
window again and restart.
A. Press the RESET Button on the Remote
Control.
B. Check for stubborn stains on the window.
Clean the stains before using WINBOT 9.
C. Check the Cupule for dirt or damage. Clean
the Cupule as described in section 4. If Cupule
is scratched or damaged, replace it with a new
one.
D. If the problem persists, please contact
Customer Service.
The Cleaning Pad Plate
turned before WINBOT 9
reached the edge of the
window.
Spray additional Cleaning Solution on the
Cleaning Pad. Restart. If the problem persists,
call Customer Service.
Edge Detection Sensor
malfunction.
Clean the four Edge Detection Sensors as
described in Section 4. If the problem persists,
please contact Customer Service.
The window has a thick
layer of dirt on it.
Clean the window by hand first and use
WINBOT 9 for regular cleaning after that.
* WINBOT 9 is intended to be used for
maintenance cleaning on common windows.
The product is NOT designed to replace heavy
duty or first time cleaning.
The Cleaning Pad is not placed Remove and reattach the Cleaning Pad making
exactly within its Velcro area.
sure it is placed exactly within its Velcro area.
The Cleaning Pad is dirty.
Replace the Cleaning Pad.
The Cupule is dirty or the
Driving Treads are dirty.
Clean the surface of the Cupule and Driving
Treads with the provided Finishing Cloth as
described in section 4.
If the problem persists, please contact
Customer Service.
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