LG | VR65710LVMP | LG VR65713LVM Owner’s Manual

OWNER’S MANUAL
Robot Cleaner
Before using, please carefully read the Safety Precautions
pages to allow for safe operation of the product. After
reading this manual, please keep it in an easily accessible
location.
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FEATURES
Corner Master
By having adopted a brand new concept design that is appropriate for
walls, the Robot Cleaner's cleaning performance is incredibly efficient.
Learning Mode
The Robot Cleaner is capable of memorizing the cleaning environment
via its Smart Operation feature for smarter cleaning.
Turbo Mode
In the Turbo mode, the Robot Cleaner operates the suction motor and
the brushes at a greater speed giving cleaner results.
When selected, the "Turbo" mode is automatically activated on carpets,
which enables the Robot Cleaner to run more efficiently.
Drawer Mop Plate (Option)
The "Drawer mop plate" makes it much easier for users to fit and remove
the mop without having to turn over the device.
My Space Mode
By commanding it to clean a particular area, the Robot Cleaner quickly
cleans that desired area.
Repeat Cleaning
The Robot Cleaner will continuously clean until the battery runs out.
Zigzag
Location Search Function
If the Robot Cleaner is moved from a spot while operating, the device will
automatically search for the previous location and return to the spot from
where it was interrupted.
CONTENTS
1
BEFORE USING
4
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
2~6
Safety precautions
36~38 Troubleshooting
7
Included with product
39
8~9
Parts description
10~11
Button functions
12
Display status information
13
Before you start
14
Overview
2
METHOD OF USE
15
How to install the home station
16
How to turn the Robot Cleaner power
supply on & off
17
How to start and stop cleaning
18~19 How to charge the battery
20~21 Cleaning modes
22~23 Auxiliary cleaning modes
24
Time setting
25
Scheduled cleaning
26
Mop cleaning (option)
27
Location search function
28~29 Smart diagnosis
3
HANDLING METHOD AFTER USE
30
Cleaning the dust bin
31
Cleaning the dust bin filter
32
Cleaning the brush
33
Cleaning the sensor/charging terminal
34
Cleaning the side brush
35
Cleaning the ultra microfiber mop (option)
Before you call for service
5
REFERENCE
40
Product specifications
41
Reference items
42
[IEC 62929 Standard] Setting for
Cleaning Performance Test
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The purpose of the safety precautions described below is for the user to use the product safely and
correctly to prevent any unexpected risk of injury or damage.
Basic safety precautions
After reading this manual, please keep it in an easily accessible location.
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can
result in property damage and/or serious bodily harm or death.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
WARNING
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 given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
2. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the appliance.
3. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
LG Electronics Service Agent in order to avoid a hazard
4. 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 must not be made by children without
supervision.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
For your safety, do not remove
the battery from the Robot
Cleaner. If you need to replace
the battery of the Robot
Cleaner, take it to the nearest
authorized LG Electronics
service center or dealer for
assistance.
Never use the Robot Cleaner
with a battery and/or home
station from any other product
than the Robot Cleaner.
Doing so can cause fire or
product failure.
Failure to follow this warning can
cause fire or product failure.
Make sure the power cord of
the home station is not crushed
under a heavy object or
damaged by contact with sharp
objects.
Failure to follow this warning
can cause electric shock, fire
or product failure. If the power
cord is broken, do not plug it
in. Take the product to an LG
Electronics Authorised service
repairer.
Do not place the home station
and the Robot Cleaner near a
heating device.
Doing so can cause product
deformation, fire, or product
failure.
Do not force the power plug
to bend. Do not use the power
plug when it has been damaged
or loosened.
Doing so can cause fire or
product failure.
Do not touch the power plug
with wet hands.
Doing so can cause electric
shock.
Do not use the Robot Cleaner
when candles or fragile objects
are placed on the floor.
Doing so can cause fire or
product failure.
Always use a dedicated power
outlet with a 10 amp rating.
If multiple appliances are
connected to an outlet
simultaneously, they can
generate enough heat to cause
a fire.
When pulling out the home
station power plug, always pull
it out by grabbing the plug, not
the cord. When pulling out the
power plug, do not to touch the
prongs with your fingers.
Doing so can cause an electric
shock.
Do not allow children or pets
to play with or rest upon the
Robot Cleaner at any time. Do
not use the Robot Cleaner while
an object is hanging from it.
Doing so can cause injury or
product damage.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
Gasoline
Detergent
Do not spray or use
inflammable materials,
surfactants, or drinking water
in the vicinity of the Robot
Cleaner.
Doing so can cause fire or
product failure.
* Inflammable materials:
gasoline, thinner, etc.
* Surfactant: detergent, articles
for bath, etc.
Do not insert any part of the
body, such as a hand or foot,
below the brush or wheels of
the Robot Cleaner while in use.
Doing so can cause injury or
product damage.
Do not operate the Robot
Cleaner on narrow and high
furniture such as a wardrobe,
refrigerator, desk, table, etc.
Doing so can cause injury,
product failure or damage which
is not covered by the warranty.
Do not activate the device on a
floor that has more than a 10
degree incline.
The device may not work
properly.
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Turn the power supply off
immediately if any abnormal
sound, odor, or smoke is
generated from the Robot
Cleaner by removing it from the
home station and turning off
the main switch on the rear side
of the unit.
Failure to do so can cause fire
or product failure.
Do not operate the Robot
Cleaner in a room where a child
is sleeping.
Doing so can cause injury or
product damage.
Do not leave Children or
pets near the Robot Cleaner
unsupervised.
Doing so can cause injury or
product damage.
his product is intended for indoor domestic
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home use and should not be used in mobile
applications. it should not be used in
commercial applications such as workshops
or garages or around indoor swimming pools,
etc.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION
Frequently empty the dust bin
and maintain its cleanliness.
Do not drop the Robot Cleaner
or subject it to strong impacts.
The dust collected in the dust
bin can trigger allergies and
may contain harmful insects. it
should be cleaned after each
use.
Doing so can cause injury or
product failure not covered by
the warranty.
Use the Robot Cleaner indoors
only.
Do not expose the Robot
Cleaner to cold temperatures
(less than -5 C) for a long
period of time.
Using it outdoors can cause
product failure and irreparable
damage to the unit.
Close the cover of the dust bin
on the main unit before starting
cleaning.
Doing so can cause product
failure.
Remove any cables or string
from the floor before starting.
If the cover is not closed, it
can cause injury or product
damage.
Cable or string can get tangled
in the wheels of Robot Cleaner
and cause product failure or
the cord of an appliance can be
disconnected.
DO NOT use the Robot Cleaner
around a banister, staircase or
any other dangerous place.
Make sure the Robot Cleaner is
not put on a table or desk, with
the power ON.
Doing so could cause injury or
damage to the unit.
It may result in an injury or
damage to the product.
In rare cases, the Robot
Cleaner’s brush can damage
carpet. If this happens,
immediately stop the cleaning
operation.
Do not allow the Robot Cleaner
to sweep up liquids, blades,
thumb tacks, sharp objects or
ashes, hot or cold. etc.
When a carpet has long tassels,
the tassels can be damaged.
Do not let the main unit and
charging terminal of the home
station come into contact with
metallic objects.
Doing so can cause product
failure.
Do not put water, detergent, etc.
into or onto the Robot Cleaner.
Doing so can cause product
failure. Do not put any water
or detergent on the Robot
Cleaner. If liquids get inside of
the Robot Cleaner, turn off the
power supply and contact an
LG Electronics sales agent or
customer care center.
These items can cause product
failure or damage.
Do not put sharp objects into
the opening of the Robot
Cleaner’s ultrasonic sensors.
Doing so can cause product
failure.
Do not use the Robot Cleaner
when the dust bin is completely
full.
Doing so can cause product
failure.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION
If the floor is wet or has wet
spots, wipe them up before
using the Robot Cleaner. Do
not use the Robot Cleaner on a
wet surface.
Doing so can cause product
failure.
When attaching the mop,
ensure that it is fitted correctly
so that it does not block the
lower camera sensor.
Blocking the bottom camera
sensor may not allow the
product to work correctly.
Tip
For quicker and better cleaning,
place the dining chairs on top
of the dining table.
NOTE: Very low thresholds will
allow the Robot cleaner to go
over them and perhaps into an
undesirable location. Make sure
that all the doors of the rooms
that are not to be cleaned are
closed.
Check the following items before use:
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When the robot cleaner is
operating, it may hit the chair
leg, desk leg, table leg or other
narrow pieces of furniture.
Empty the dust bin after each operation or prior to it filling up.
Remove any cables or long strings from the floor.
Remove any moisture from the floor before cleaning.
Close the cover of the dust bin before cleaning.
Remove fragile or unnecessary objects from the room to be cleaned.
For example, remove expensive ceramics and valuables from the floor.
Confirm whether the battery has sufficient power, and if it is low, recharge it.
Close the doors of any room that you do not want the Robot Cleaner to enter.
During cleaning, the Robot Cleaner may enter another room and continue cleaning.
Do not use this product in the room where a child is sleeping alone. The child can be
hurt or woken.
Remove towels, foot towel or any other thin cloth from the floor as they can get caught
by the brush.
Before starting the device, it's better to remove carpets that are thicker than 20 mm as
they may cause it to malfunction.
Please close any balcony doors as the wheels may get stuck while cleaning.
INCLUDED WITH PRODUCT
Robot Cleaner
Remote controller
Home station
s Figures can be different from actual objects.
OWNER’S MANUAL
ROBOT CLEANER
Before using, please carefully read the Safety Precautions
pages to allow for safe operation of the product. After
reading this manual, please keep it in an easily accessible
location.
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Cleaning Tool
Dust bin filter (spare)
(option)
Quick guide
Owner's manual
for cleaning
sensors
for cleaning
the filter
Cleaning brush
(It’s on the dust bin cover)
Batteries for remote controller
(2 units of AAA size)
Mop plate (option)
Side brush (2 pieces)
(option)
Ultra microfiber mop
(2 pieces) (option)
Pet Brush
(option)
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PARTS DESCRIPTION - ROBOT CLEANER
Plan view
Upper camera sensor
Dust bin cover
Display & function buttons
Dust bin compartment release button
Front view
Ultrasonic sensors
Obstacle detecting sensor window Detecting
sensors of home station & Receiving sensors
of remote controller
Rear view
Main Power switch
Ventilation port
Bottom view
Cliff detection sensors
Side brush
Charging terminals
Brush
Wheel
Battery housing
Lower camera sensor
s Figures can be different from actual objects.
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PART DESCRIPTION – HOME STATION / DUST BIN
Home station
Remote controller holder
Charging terminal
Power cord fixing hook
Dust bin
Dust bin handle
Cleaning brush
Dust bin cover
Suction port flap
Sponge filter
Dust bin lid
opening button
EPA filter
Filter cover
s Figures can be different from actual objects.
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BUTTON FUNCTIONS – ROBOT CLEANER
TURBO
START/STOP
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Used to turn the power on from Standby, start or stop cleaning.
If the button is pressed whilst the unit is powered ON, it will start cleaning.
If button is pressed during the cleaning, it will stop the cleaning.
If the button is pressed for about 2 sec. whilst the power is ON, the power will
be returned to Standby.
• If the button is pressed in 'Smart Diagnosis' mode, it will end the diagnosis.
MODE
• Used to change the clean mode setting.
• If the machine is at the Home Station, ‘Spot Clean’ option is not available.
• The 'My Space' mode can only be selected by remote control (when the
Robot Cleaner is not on the home station).
HOME
• Used to return the Robot Cleaner back to the home station for charging.
• If cleaning is finished or the battery is low, the Robot Cleaner will return to
the Home Station by itself to recharge its battery.
BUTTON LOCK
On/Off
Language
Change
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• If the button is pressed, ‘Turbo Mode’ will be set with a voice confirmation.
• If the button is pressed whilst in ‘Turbo Mode’, it will be canceled.
•P
ressing the ‘Turbo' and 'Mode' button for 3 seconds will activate or
deactivate the Lock function.
• If 'Lock' is ON, a voice announcement "Key lock has already been set" will be
heard each time a button is pressed.
•P
ressing the ‘HOME’ button for 3 seconds will change the language for the
voice message.
• You cannot use this function with the button on the remote controller.
BUTTON FUNCTIONS – REMOTE CONTROLLER
Power
Pressing this button will
turn the power on from
Standby or the power will
be returned to Standby
while the power is ON. (p17)
Mode
Changes the cleaning
mode. (p20)
Directional button
This button enables
Manual Operation and
selection of an area in 'My
Space cleaning' mode.
Repeat
This button allows activating
or deactivating 'Repeat
Cleaning' mode. (p23)
Schedule
Used to start cleaning at a
scheduled time.
Pressing the button for
3 sec. will cancel the
scheduled cleaning.
※ Schedule Setting/Cancel
options are available only
in 'Charge' mode. (p25)
Home
Used to recharge the Robot
Cleaner by making it return to the
Home Station. (p18)
Turbo
Used to activate or deactivate
'Turbo' mode. (p23)
Start/Stop button
Pressing the button will Start or
Stop the Robot Cleaner, or confirm
a cleaning schedule or time setting.
My Space
Used to put the Robot Cleaner
in 'My Space clean' mode. (p21)
Mute
Used to activate or deactivate
'Mute' mode. (p12)
Diagnosis
Used to run Smart Diagnosis.
Available only when Robot
Cleaner is recharging. (p28)
Clock
Used to set the current
time indicated on the
Robot Cleaner. (p24)
Tip
• With the machine's power OFF, the Remote Controller will not work.
• To turn the power ON/OFF, use the 'START/STOP' button on the upper section of the
Robot Cleaner or 'Power' button on the Remote Controller.
• The 'Mode', 'My Space' or 'Clock' button can only be used after stopping the Robot
Cleaner or whilst it is charging on the Home station.
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DISPLAY STATUS INFORMATION
Mute icon
This icon indicates
whether the Mute is
ON or OFF.
Battery icon
This icon indicates
the residual battery
level, it flashes if
the battery needs
recharging.
Lock icon
Indicates whether 'Lock‘
is activated or not.
AM/PM icon
This indicates a.m.
or p.m. according
to the clock setting.
Schedule icon
Indicates
the status of
Schedule/'Once
reservation', or
'Daily reservation'
setting.
Turbo icon
This display
illuminates if Turbo
Mode is activated.
Homing icon
This icon is displayed
if Robot Cleaner is in
'Homing' mode.
Repeat cleaning
Displayed if the
machine is in 'Repeat
Cleaning' mode.
Zigzag cleaning
This icon is displayed to
indicate Robot Cleaner is
working in a Zigzag Clean.
Cell by Cell cleaning
This icon is displayed to
indicate Robot Cleaner is
working in a Cell by Cell
cleaning mode.
Tip
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Time display
This indicates the current
and scheduled time.
My Space cleaning
Is displayed when the
Robot Cleaner runs
My Space cleaning
mode.
Spot cleaning
This icon appears
when Spot cleaning
is selected.
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nce the clean mode is selected (Zigzag or Cell by Cell) it will be remembered even if
the power is OFF.
• To cancel the reservation, please press the 'Schedule' button on the remote for 3
seconds while the Robot Cleaner is recharging.
BEFORE YOU START
Check these items before cleaning
• Do not use this device in a room where a child is left alone. The child could be injured.
• Remove fragile or unnecessary objects from the room to be cleaned.
Especially, remove expensive ceramics and valuables from the floor.
• Close the cover of the dust bin compartment before cleaning.
• Remove any moisture that might be on the floor.
• Remove cables, strips, towels, mats etc. from the floor so they will not get tangled in the brushes.
• Confirm whether the battery charge is sufficient, and if it is low, recharge it.
• Empty the dust bin before or after each clean, or before it becomes full.
• Close the doors of any room that you do not want the Robot Cleaner to enter. During cleaning,
the Robot Cleaner may enter another room and continue cleaning.
• When the mop is attached, Robot Cleaner will not be able to go over thresholds of 5 mm or higher.
If you are not planning to use the mop for cleaning, remove the mop before using Robot Cleaner.
• Before starting the device, it's better to remove carpets that are thicker than 20 mm as they may
cause it to malfunction.
• Please close any balcony doors as the wheels may get stuck while cleaning.
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+ –
Loading the remote controller battery
1. Open the battery cover by lifting the rear hook of the remote controller.
2. Insert two AAA batteries, checking for +, - nodes while loading.
3. Close the battery cover completely so that the batteries will not fall out.
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Precautions while using the remote control
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Only press one button at a time.
Do not drop or subject it to any impact.
Do not store it near devices that give off heat, fire or hot air.
Certain fluorescent lamps, such as the three band radiation lamp, can interfere with the activation of
the remote control. Therefore, use it as far away as possible from such lamps.
• If the remote control is far from the Robot Cleaner when activated, it may fail to operate properly.
Use the remote within 3 m of the Robot Cleaner if possible.
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+ –
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OVERVIEW
1
Insert the power cord plug into an outlet and locate
the station against a wall. If power is not supplied to
the home station, the Robot Cleaner will not charge.
2
Turn on the power supply of the Robot
Cleaner. (p16)
3
Check the dust bin.
4
Start cleaning. (p17)
5
Automatic charge. (p18~19)
6
Use the cleaning mode and auxiliary functions.
(p20~26)
< Warning >
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Install the home station. (p15)
1.5 
1.5 
2
Turn ON the power switch on the rear-left of
Robot Cleaner, and press the ‘START/STOP’
button on the top or press the ‘Power’ button
on the Remote controller.
※ If the power supply is not turned on, refer to
page 16.
Check the cleanness of the dust bin before starting
cleaning and close the dust bin compartment cover
on the main unit.
Press the ‘START/STOP’ button (or ‘
’ button on
the Remote Controller) once again while the Robot
Cleaner is turned on. You will hear an announcement
of the cleaning mode and cleaning will begin once
the Robot Cleaner has reversed and turned around.
T h e Ro b o t C l e a n e r w i l l s e l f- d i a g n o s e a n d
automatically return to the home station to recharge
before the complete discharge of the battery. It takes
approximately three hours to charge the battery.
Use the buttons on Robot cleaner and Remote
Controller to use each cleaning mode and supporting
features
Cleaning modes include ZigZag, Cell by Cell, Spot,
My space, and Repeat cleaning; supporting features
include Manual, Scheduled and Microfiber Mop
cleaning.
hen the Robot Cleaner is operated with the dust bin compartment lid left
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open, it can cause an injury or serious damage to the product.
HOW TO INSTALL THE HOME STATION
How to Install the Home Station
1. P
osition the home station against a wall on hard level flooring to
prevent sliding during docking.
Remove objects within 1.5 m to the right and left side and within
2 m to the front.
1.5 
1.5 
2
2. Plug the power cord into an outlet.
rap the remaining power cord around the fixed hook on the
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back side of the home station or along the wall surface so that
the travel path of the Robot Cleaner will not be obstructed.
Fixing hook of power cord
3. Fix the home station against the wall so that it does not move.
4. When the remote controller is not used, store it in the remote
controller holder on the home station.
Tip
• Always keep the home station plugged in when in use. If the home station is not plugged
in, the Robot Cleaner will not return to the station to charge automatically.
< Warning >
D
o not operate the Robot Cleaner if the Home Station has a damaged cord
or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has been damaged or dropped. To
avoid electrical hazards, the cord must be replaced by LG Electronics, Inc. or a
qualified service person.
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HOW TO TURN THE ROBOT CLEANER POWER SUPPLY ON & OFF
Turning on the main power supply
Make sure the Power Switch is on at the rear-left of the Robot
Cleaner.
If the power is OFF, turn the switch ON.
※W
hen turning on the power switch, do not press or touch any
button located on the upper section of the Robot Cleaner.
Button operations can be delayed.
※ Turn off the power switch if the Robot Cleaner is not used
for a long period of time in order to protect the battery. The
Robotic Cleaner cannot charge if the main switch is in the
"OFF" position.
Turning on from Stand By power.
With the Standby power of the Robot Cleaner OFF, press
'START/STOP' button for 1 second until a "Ting" sound is
heard or press 'Power' button on the remote controller. In
about 10 seconds, the power will be on and a melody will
sound.
※ If 10 minutes elapse without the Robot Cleaner having being
given an active command after being turned on, the power
will automatically return to Standby again.
Turning off the power supply
Press and hold the START/STOP button for two seconds
or Power button on the remote controller while the Robot
Cleaner is turned on. A melody will sound when the power is
turned off.
Tip
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• If the power cannot be turned on, do the following.
- Turn the main power switch OFF, wait 5 seconds then ON again.
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ress the ‘START/STOP’ button or press 'Power' button on the remote controller after
the main power switch has been turned on again
- If the power is not turned on or if there is no display but only the “Ting” sound, put the
Robot Cleaner manually on to the home station as the battery may be flat.
HOW TO START AND STOP CLEANING
Using the buttons on the Robot Cleaner
After the Robot Cleaner main power switch is turned on, press
the START/STOP button to begin cleaning. A melody will sound
and cleaning will begin.
Press the START/STOP button during the cleaning cycle to stop
cleaning.
※ When the ‘START/STOP’ button is pressed while the power
supply of the Robot Cleaner is in Standby, the power will be
turned on. Press the ‘START/STOP’ button one more time to
start cleaning.
Using the remote controller
’ button on the
After the Robot Cleaner is turned on press the ‘
remote controller. A melody will sound and cleaning will begin.
Press the
button during the cleaning cycle to stop cleaning.
※ When the power is off, press the ‘Power’ button on the remote
controller to turn the power on.
※D
uring cleaning, collisions can happen when the sensor cannot detect objects because of their
shape (Thin chairs and table legs, furniture corner). When this happens, the internal impact
detecting sensor will react by using a backward motion.
※ If the Robot Cleaner is set to start cleaning at a location away from the home station, put the Robot
Cleaner on a flat floor in order to prevent a malfunction of the obstacle detecting sensor. In addition,
start cleaning from a location where there are no obstacles . For example, curtains or walls must be
30cm from the Robot Cleaner.
Tip
For best results:
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riefly scan the area to be cleaned for big and small objects that will cause difficulty for
the Robot Cleaner.
• If cleaning is started when the Robot Cleaner is at the home station, the device
can rapidly be returned to the home station as the current home position has been
accurately read.
• When the mop plate is installed, to prevent a 2nd contamination from the contaminated
mop, it will not go over door sills of 5 mm or higher.
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HOW TO CHARGE THE BATTERY
Automatic charging
The Robot Cleaner returns to the home station at the end of a
cleaning cycle or when its battery is running low.
※ If 10 minutes elapse without the Robot Cleaner moving or the
battery is too low, the power will be automatically turned OFF.
※ Do NOT turn OFF the Main Power Switch as the battery will not
be recharged. If the machine is returned manually with the Main
Power Switch OFF, it announces an error message, "Main power
switch on the back of the Robot Cleaner is turned off. Please
turn the switch on."
※ In the event that the unit returns to the Home Station due to a
low battery during the cleaning, cleaning will be started, after recharging, from the nearest place of
the area which has not been cleaned before. (Page 19)
※ If Robot Cleaner is unable to dock to the home station on its first attempt, it will try again until it
docks successfully.
※ When Robot Cleaner has completed all areas that it can clean, it will return to the home station even
when the battery level is not low.
Manual charging
You can manually charge the battery prior to using the Robot Cleaner for the first time or to charge
the battery during cleaning.
Method 1. A
ttach the Robot Cleaner to the home
station by aligning to the front side of the
home station. A melody sound will be
generated along with an audio message
to start charging.
※ If a voice message, "Main power switch
on the back of the Robot Cleaner is
turned off. Please turn the switch on."
is announced repeatedly, then turn on
the Main Power Switch.
Method 2. W
hen the 'HOME' button of the
remote control or the Robot Cleaner is
pressed, charging will be prompted by
automatically generating a searching
signal and returning the Robot Cleaner to
the home station.
※ If the Robot Cleaner did not start cleaning from the home station or if the Robot Cleaner is
manually charged by pressing the Home button, it may take slightly longer to find the home station.
※ If the Robot Cleaner is within 10 cm of the front of the charging terminal while the power is turned
on from Standby, it will automatically be returned to the home station and charging will begin.
Tip
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Take the following precautions when using the home station:
• If foreign material is caught on the charging terminal, charging may not be activated. Wipe
the terminal from time to time with a dry cloth after the power plug is disconnected.(p33)
• To prevent electric shock or damage to the home station, do not touch the charging
terminal with any metallic objects.
• To avoid fire or electric shock, never disassemble or modify the home station.
• Do not to place the Robot cleaner, the home station or power plug near a heating source.
HOW TO CHARGE THE BATTERY
Remaining Battery Charge Indicator
The Battery level is indicated on the Status Display, as follows.
• If recharging is in progress, the Battery Level indicator flashes showing the battery charge status level.
• If recharging is complete, only the 'Battery' and 'Clean Mode' icons are displayed to save the energy.
• Upon the need for recharging, only the first level of the Battery charge level indicator will be on and flashing.
Flickering
Charging is required
Low
Middle
High
※ If Robot Cleaner goes back to the Home Station, in need of a charge
during the cleaning mode, the Cleaning mode indicator will continue
to flash during charging to indicate that cleaning was disrupted as the
battery required charging.
- When the 'Clean Mode' lamp continues to flash after recharging is
complete, Robot Cleaner will then resume cleaning the areas which were
not previously completed.
-P
ressing the 'Start' button on the Remote Controller or 'Start/Stop' button on
main unit whilst it is recharging, with the 'Clean Mode' lamp flashing, will also
manually force the Robot Cleaner to find and clean the uncovered areas.
- Pressing the "Start" button on the remote control or the "Start/Stop"
button on the Robot Cleaner after the Charging has completed will make
the Robot Cleaner start to clean from the beginning again.
If the Battery is Not Charging
The status indicators show the
different pending conditions
during charging mode.
In the case of no existing area
to be cleaned after charging.
In the case of an existing area that the
Robot Cleaner will resume cleaning
when charging has completed.
(flashing Cleaning indicator)
Check 1:
If the battery is not charging even when the Robot Cleaner
is attached to the home station, check the following items.
- Turn the power switch on the rear-left of the Robot
Cleaner off once and then on again.
- Check the power lamp of the home station.
- Wipe the terminals on the home station with a dry cloth.
(p33)
Power lamp
Charge terminal
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CLEANING MODES
Zigzag Cleaning
In ‘Zigzag’ mode, Robot Cleaner repeats a zigzag
operation to clean each and every spot in the
cleaning area.
If you need to quickly clean an area choose
‘Zigzag’ mode.
Press ‘Mode’ button on Remote Controller or
main unit to select ‘Zigzag’ mode and press ‘
’
button.
※ Factory release default setting is 'Zigzag'.
Cell by Cell Cleaning
In 'Cell by Cell' mode, Robot Cleaner cleans the
area by dividing it into rectangular spaces.
For meticulous cleaning, select this mode.
Press ‘Mode’ button on Remote Controller to
select 'Cell by Cell' mode and press ‘
’ button.
The 1st stage:
The maximum outline of 3 m x 3 m of cleaning
area will be cleaned. (The size of the outline
may vary in accordance with the shape of the
area to be cleaned.)
The 2nd stage:
The 2nd stage of Cell by Cell cleaning engages
a Zigzag mode automatically.
When the 1st, and 2nd stages are completed, the
cleaned area will be cleaned again through the
repetition of the above cleaning method as the
device advances to the next part of cleaning area.
Tip
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• Once set up, the cleaning mode(Zigzag, Cell by Cell) setting will be maintained even
after the power supply is turned off.
• During operation, if a mode change is required, press the
button and then select the
mode. Cleaning will then start from the beginning.
CLEANING MODES
My Space Cleaning
Pressing 'My Space' on the Remote Controller
will set the My Space cleaning mode with a voice
message.
For cleaning of particular spaces, select this mode.
The 1st stage:
Use the Remote Controller to manually set the
parameters of each cleaning block.
※ This cleaning mode will be accepted when the distance of the start and end position is less than 1 m
in area.
My Space
The 2nd stage:
’ button will then make the Robot Cleaner clean the manually outlined area by itself.
Pressing the ‘
※ Upon failure to correctly outline a zone, a voice will announce, which says "Area does not meet the
specified conditions. Please continue to make specified area for cleaning process."
Use the Remote Controller to assign a zone, again.
※ Upon completion of cleaning for all selected areas, the Robot Cleaner will resume the cleaning
mode (Zigzag or Cell by Cell) which it was last set to.
Tip
• While recharging, you cannot activate ‘My Space’ mode.
• To change the cleaning mode while the Robot Cleaner is in operation, press
button
first then select a cleaning mode. The cleaning will then start from the begining.
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AUXILIARY CLEANING MODES
Manual Cleaning
By pressing a direction key on the Remote Controller, you can move the Robot Cleaner manually.
Robot Cleaner will clean the area, by pressing the forward/backward/left/right buttons accordingly on
the keypad of the remote control.
While in 'Manual' mode, the robot cleaner will run into obstacles placed behind it if the backward key
on the remote is pressed or held down.
Spot Cleaning
Is best used to clean certain parts of the house.
Press 'Mode’ button on the Remote Controller to select 'Spot' mode, which will then indicate on the
button, then Robot Cleaner will start Spot cleaning an area of
Status Display, then press the
1.5 m in diameter around it.
※ While recharging, 'Spot' cannot be selected.
It stops at the started position after
completing the cleaning(takes 4~5 min.).
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AUXILIARY CLEANING MODES
Turbo Mode
Pressing the 'Turbo' button on the Remote
Controller or main unit will activate 'Turbo' mode,
with a voice message.
While in 'Turbo' mode, pressing the same button
will cancel 'Turbo' mode, with a voice message.
In 'Turbo' mode, Robot Cleaner runs more
intensely for a powerful clean. Turbo mode will
reduce the battery duration.
※ <Turbo Mode (Floor Master Function)>
‘Turbo mode’ will automatically operate when the
Robot Cleaner cleans carpets.
Repeat Mode
Pressing 'Repeat' button on Remote Controller will activate 'Repeat'
mode, with a voice message.
While in 'Repeat' mode, pressing the same button will cancel
'Repeat' mode, with a voice message.
In 'Repeat' mode, Robot Cleaner repeats the cleaning in progress
until the battery runs out without returning to the home station.
Learning Mode
The Robot Cleaner is capable of memorising the
cleaning environment through its Learning mode
for an intelligent cleaning operation.
※ 'Learning Mode' is available only when the
machine starts cleaning from the Home
Station.
Tip
• Precautions with Smart Operation
- This Learning mode enables memorizing locations with obstacles to help bypass them.
Robot Cleaner memorizes every aspect of the environment it was subjected to from
when it started cleaning from the Home Station to the moment it finishes its course.
- Robot Cleaner learns new conditions again when the location of Home Station has
been changed.
- If the learning mode is accepted, a voice message will say "Environment has been
studied by learning process."
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TIME SETTING
You can set or change the current time on the Robot Cleaner.
Pressing ‘Clock' button on the Remote Controller, when the Robot Cleaner is in standby
mode, will start the clock setting mode.
Flickering
Flickering
s
Select by using ‘ s’
buttons on the Remote
Controller.
The function can be heard
through the voice guide.
Flickering
Set the hour by using ‘uv’ buttons
on Remote Controller.
Set the minutes using ‘uv’ buttons
on Remote Controller.
Set the AM/PM using ‘uv’ buttons
on Remote Controller.
Pressing ‘Clock’ or ‘
’ button on
Remote Controller will complete the
time setting process.
Tip
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• Any scheduled cleaning will be activated based on the time on the Robot Cleaner. You
must set the clock before setting scheduled cleaning.
• If there is no input for 10 seconds, the clock setting is canceled.
SCHEDULED CLEANING
You can schedule cleaning so that the Robot Cleaner starts cleaning at a scheduled time.
Pressing 'Schedule' button on Remote Controller, only when the Robot Cleaner is
recharging, will start the scheduled cleaning setting.
Setting/Cancelling the schedule cleaning is only possible when the unit is recharging on the home station
Flickering
Set the hour by using the ‘uv’
buttons on Remote Controller.
Select a setting by using
' s' buttons on Remote
Controller.
s
‘Once reservation’
Select ‘Once reservation’ or ‘Daily
reservation’ option by using ‘uv’
buttons on Remote Controller.
A voice message will confirm the
schedule.
Flickering
Flickering
Set the minutes by using the ‘uv’
buttons on Remote Controller.
‘Daily reservation’
Flickering
Set the AM/PM using the ‘uv’
buttons on Remote Controller.
Pressing ‘Schedule’ or ‘
’ button on
Remote Controller will then complete
the scheduling process.
Tip
• When the scheduled time comes up, Robot Cleaner will start cleaning by itself.
• Scheduled cleaning can only be set when the Robot Cleaner is recharging.
• While recharging, by pressing the 'Schedule' button on the Remote Controller for
3 seconds will cancel the set schedule.
• If there is no input when setting the schedule time within 10 seconds, the setting is
canceled.
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MOP CLEANING (OPTION)
By attaching the ultra microfiber mop, you can
effectively use the Robot Cleaner to remove dust
on hard floor surfaces.
When the mop plate is attached, the Robot
Cleaner will not climb on to carpets or over
thresholds, in order to prevent transferring dirt
from the mop.
Caution
Do not cover the bottom camera
sensor by mop.
For mop cleaning, mount the mop and mop plate to the Robot Cleaner according to the following
instructions:
1. Attach the ultra microfiber mop to the
Velcro of the mop plate as shown in the
figure.
2. F
irmly slide the Mop Plate into the
furrows until you hear a 'click' sound.
※N
ote that, if the Mop Plate is not
secured correctly, it may separate
during the cleaning.
“Click!”
Fixing hook
Fixing groove
3. It is essential that the fixing hooks on the
Mop Plate align correctly on to the fixing
grooves on the underside of the cleaner.
Tip
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• To avoid odors, wash any foreign material or dust off the mop after cleaning is completed.
• To avoid staining floors, do not use the ultra microfiber mop to clean when dirt is
contaminated with liquids such as coffee or ink.
• To avoid damage to carpets from the Velcro or dirt transfer from the mop, do not attempt
to clean the carpet while the mop plate or mop is attached.
• Keep the ultra microfiber mop dry. Do not use it on wet surfaces.
If there is moisture on the floor, it can interfere with the navigation and damage the unit.
• Smart Diagnosis feature is not available, when the Mop Plate is attached.
LOCATION SEARCH FUNCTION
The Robot Cleaner remembers its location while cleaning.
If the user moves the Robot Cleaner while it is operating, it will search for the location it
was moved from by using its navigational location search function before continuing to
clean.
※ The navigating function will be activated after
the Robot Cleaner adequately recognizes the
cleaning environment.
Change location
Manual Relocation.
1. With the power off, locate the Robot Cleaner
near the location where it was originally moved
from.
※ The location search is more effective when
the Robot Cleaner is closer to the location
where it was moved from.
※ If it is moved from its original cleaning
position by more than 1 m, it becomes
difficult for the Robot Cleaner to search for
it's previous location.
When the location search
function is activated, the
cleaning mode of the status
indicator will flash
1m
1m
Location of incident
button on the remote controller.
2. P
ress the START/STOP button on the Robot Cleaner or
Robot Cleaner will then start the location search function along with an audio guide.
※ When the location search is successfully completed, it will continue cleaning from where it was
moved.
If the location search fails, it will start again from the beginning.
Zigzag
Zigzag
To find exact location,
please step away from
the Robot Cleaner.
Zigzag
Zigzag
Location of incident
Tip
• If the power is turned off after the location search function is set, the location search
function will be canceled.
• Location search will be more effective when the Robot Cleaner is closer to the location
where it was moved from.
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SMART DIAGNOSIS
Robot Cleaner uses this Smart Diagnosis feature to run a self-diagnosis.
If any irregularity is found from the diagnosis, please contact the local LG Electronics
service center.
※ During Smart Diagnosis, the Robot Cleaner will move about within a 50 cm radius. So, make sure
no objects are in the way within a 1 m radius around the Home Station, before starting Smart
Diagnosis.
1. S
mart Diagnosis will operate when the main power
switch of the Robot cleaner and the Home station are
turned on, and the unit docked on the Home station.
※ Smart Diagnosis is only possible when the Robot
Cleaner is attached to the Home Station.
2. P
ress 'Diagnosis' button on the Remote Controller,
then the process will start with a voice message which
says "Robot Cleaner smart diagnosis will be started.
Please step away and clear around 1 meter around the
home station."
※ If the Mop Plate is attached, the process will not be
activated.
3. When the Smart Diagnosis has successfully
finished, Robot Cleaner will return back to the
Home Station and inform the result through
a voice message. After the voice message,
pressing the 'HOME' button on the Remote
Controller or main unit will allow the voice
message to be repeated. To terminate the
diagnosing process, press the ‘
’ button on
the Remote Controller or main unit.
※ After the Smart Diagnosis voice message,
the Robot Cleaner will start recharging after
1 minute.
※ If an error is detected with any of the
Sensors whilst in Smart Diagnosis, a voice
message will announce, and the unit will not
return to the home station.
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•B
e careful not to touch the Robot Cleaner or disturb its operation before Smart
Diagnosis is complete. If it is accidently interrupted, turn the main power switch OFF
then ON again to resume the diagnosis.
• Smart Diagnosis will not be activated in each of the following cases. In each case, check
the problem and try again.
- Robot Cleaner is detached from Home Station
- Battery level is insufficient
- No Dust Bin Filter is fitted.
- Mop Plate is attached
SMART DIAGNOSIS
If a voice message is announced after Smart Diagnosis, refer to the following table to take proper actions.
Voice message
Measures (for reference)
Robot Cleaner smart diagnosis will be started. Please step
away and clear around 1 meter around the home station.
Clear any object within a 1 m radius around Home
Station, and stay back until the diagnosis is complete.
Smart diagnosis can start when it is being charged. Please
dock Robot Cleaner to the home station to charge.
Move Robot cleaner to the Home Station to recharge it.
No defect found during diagnosis.
Diagnosis mode cannot be operated due to a low battery.
Please try again after the battery is charged.
Try the Smart Diagnosis again after recharging the
battery.
Please check if the dust bin is installed with the filter.
Open the Dust Bin Cover and examine the bin.
Charging cannot be done due to a problem in infrared
sensor.
Run Smart Diagnosis again and, if the same message is
announced, contact an LG Electronics service center.
Charging cannot be done due to a problem in ultrasonic
sensor.
Run Smart Diagnosis again and, if the same message is
announced, contact an LG Electronics service center.
Charging cannot be done due to a problem in the cliff
Clean the three Cliff Sensors on the bottom at the front
detection sensors on the bottom. Please clean the sensors. of the unit.
Please wipe the lower camera sensor on the right bottom
of the Robot Cleaner.
Clean the lens of Camera Sensor on the bottom-right.
Please wipe the obstacle detecting sensor window on the
left and right side of the Robot Cleaner.
Clean the lens of the Obstacle Sensors on both the left
and right hand sides.
A problem has been found on the Gyro Sensor.
Run Smart Diagnosis again and, if the same message is
announced, contact an LG Electronics service center.
Please check for dirt on the left wheel.
Check for foreign materials on the left wheel.
Please check for dirt on the right wheel.
Check for foreign materials on the right wheel.
A problem has been found on the left wheel sensor.
Run Smart Diagnosis again and, if the same message is
announced, contact an LG Electronics service center.
A problem has been found on the right wheel sensor.
Run Smart Diagnosis again and, if the same message is
announced, contact an LG Electronics service center.
Please check the brushes for obstructions.
Check for any foreign material stuck in the Brush.
A problem has been found in the suction motor.
Run Smart Diagnosis again and, if the same message is
announced, contact an LG Electronics service center.
A problem has been found in the acceleration sensor.
Run Smart Diagnosis again and, if the same message is
announced, contact an LG Electronics service center.
In order to listen to the smart diagnosis result again, please If you need to repeat the diagnosis result, press the
press the charging button. To stop, please press the stop
'Home' button, or press ‘ ’ button to finish the
diagnosis.
button.
Smart diagnosis mode will be turned off.
Please try smart diagnosis again after turning the main
power switch off and on from the back of Robot Cleaner.
If the problem continues, please contact LG Electronics
customer care.
Smart Diagnosis mode cannot be operated with mop plate
being attached. Please try again after removing it.
Run Smart Diagnosis again after removing the Mop
Plate.
Smart diagnosis has failed to operate. Please try it again
Turn the main power switch OFF and then ON again
after turning off and on the main power switch on the back to resume the diagnosis. Do NOT touch the robot or
of the Robot Cleaner.
disturb its operation until the diagnosis is complete.
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CLEANING THE DUST BIN
If the dust bin is full, suction power can be reduced. Clean the dust bin before or after each cleaning
session. Clean the dust bin using the following sequence:
1. O
pen the dust bin compartment cover by
pressing the PUSH button on the Robot
Cleaner.
2. G
rab the handle of the dust bin and pull it
upward.
3. P
ull the hook on the left of Filter Cover on the
rear of Dust Bin to separate the filter and the
sponge.
※N
ote that separating the filter may result in
dust dropping.
※R
efer to p.31 when cleaning the Dust Bin
Filter.
4. L
ift the dust bin lid upward while pressing the
separation button on the dust bin.
5. E
mpty the dust bin and clean it with a cleaning
brush or under running water.
6. After cleaning with water, completely dry the
dust bin in a well-ventilated area out of the
direct sunlight.
7. When reassembling or fitting the cleaned Dust
Bin, close the lid and put in the Sponge and
EPA Filter.
※ Refer to p.31 for detailed assembly guides.
8. P
ut the dust bin into the Robot Cleaner and
close the dust bin compartment cover.
Tip
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•O
perating the unit without Filters fitted to the dust bin can cause a motor malfunction
not covered by warranty.
• After cleaning the Dust Bin, make sure to assemble the filter and fit it to the Dust Bin.
If you initiate cleaning, with no filters fitted to the dust bin or Filter Cover not assembled,
a voice message will be announced which says "Please check if the dust bin is installed
with the filter."
• Always ensure that the dust bin lid is refitted correctly after
cleaning the dust bin so that it closes easily and accurately.
CLEANING THE DUST BIN FILTER
The Dust Bin Filter consists of a EPA Filter and Sponge Filter.
Clean both the EPA and Sponge filters as per the following sequence.
1. P
ull the hook on the left of the EPA Filter
module on the rear side of Dust Bin to
separate the EPA Filter and the sponge.
2. Thoroughly clean out the fine dust particles on
the EPA Filter, with a vacuum cleaner or cleaning
brush.
※ Do NOT wash the EPA Filter with water.
Its suction power will be reduced.
3. U
se a cleaning brush to clean the Sponge Filter.
If using water to clean it, allow it to dry completely
in the shade before refitting.
4. Assemble the EPA and Sponge filters back
onto the Filter housing as per the following
sequence.
※F
it the rectangular locator on the EPA Filter
into the locating slot of the filter body.
※B
e careful not to incorrectly assemble EPA
and Sponge Filter onto the Filter housing.
Tip
• To preserve the performance of the Robot Cleaner, clean the EPA Filter at least once a
week, with a brush or vacuum cleaner.
• The EPA and sponge filters must be fitted to the filter housing before refitting the filter
to the dust bin. Operating the Robot cleaner without the EPA and sponge filters will cause
the suction motor to malfunction.
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CLEANING THE BRUSH
The rotating Brush, located on the bottom of Robot Cleaner, helps collect the dust. Clean the Brush
as per the following sequence.
※ Before turning over the main unit, lay a soft cloth on the floor and remove the Dust Bin.
Otherwise, the main unit can get scratched and dust will fall from the Dust Bin.
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Turn the Main Power Switch
OFF before starting the clean.
Put the Robot Cleaner upside
down on a soft cloth.
After checking for foreign
materials, press down the
Fixing Hook and pull it up to
separate the brush Cover.
By using the cleaning tool,
clear hairs and other debris
and foreign materials on
the Brush and from the 2
smaller jockey wheels.
Push the Brush all the way
into the yellow protrusion.
While pushing the Brush, lift
the white protrusion part up to
separate it from the main unit.
Carefully clean the Brush
with a vacuum cleaner or
scissors.
Fit the Fixing Hook
(rectangular shape) on
the side of the Brush into
the slots, with the colors
matching.
While pushing the Brush to
the arrow direction, fit the
Fixing Hook (rectangular
shape) on the opposite side
into the slot.
Press down and close the
Cover until a 'crack' sound
is heard from both sides of
Fixing Hook.
※ Be careful not to trap the
side brush bristles under
the cover when closing it.
CLEANING THE SENSORS/CHARGING TERMINALS
There are sensors on the Robot Cleaner that detect obstacles,
stairways and the home station for charging the battery. In order
to maintain the performance of the Robot Cleaner, regularly clean
the sensors and charging terminals as follows:
1. Turn off the power switch on the rear side of the Robot Cleaner.
Injury can be caused by the activation of the Robot Cleaner if
the main power is not turned off.
2. L
ay a smooth cloth on the floor, turn over the Robot Cleaner
and put it on the cloth.
※ Please make sure to remove the dust bin before rotating the
main body. Otherwise, the dust in the dust bin may fall out.
3. U
se a smooth cloth or cleaning brush to wipe the dust off each of the 3 cliff sensors, camera
sensors and ultrasonic sensors and the charging terminal as described below.
Ultrasonic sensors
Upper camera
sensor
Obstacle detecting
sensor window
Detecting sensors
of home station &
Receiving sensors
of remote controller
Cliff detection
sensors
Charging terminals
Bottom camera
sensor
Charging terminals
Lens
Tip
•D
o not clean the Robot Cleaner by directly spraying it with water, thinners, solvents,
benzene, or any other liquids.
• Call the service center if the sensor or charging terminal is damaged. Sensor and
terminal damage can cause the product to malfunction.
• To clean the sensor/charging terminals, use the cleaning brush.
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CLEANING THE SIDE BRUSH
Foreign objects/materials such as hair can easily adhere to the
side brush. Remove such materials at least once a week.
If excessive amounts of foreign materials are stuck to the brush,
there is the risk of damage to the brushes.
If the floor is rough or frequently cleaned, the side brushes may bend or become deformed. In this
case, use the following method to straighten the side brush.
1. The following procedure is helpful in restoring
deformed brushes.
2. Turn off the power by switching the main
switch off on the rear off the unit.
3. P
lace the Robot Cleaner at the end of a table
to make cleaning the side brush easier. Make
sure that the Robot Cleaner is not in danger of
falling.
4. Soak the side brush in warm to hot water.
5. P
ress down on the side brush for about ten
seconds so that it is completely submerged in
the water.
6. S
lowly wipe the side brush by sliding it through
your hand.
7. R
otate the side brush and repeat steps 4-6 for
each section of the brush.
8. U
se the side brush only after it has completely
dried.
Side Brush management
1. Remove the screws by using a suitable screw driver
and separate the Side Brush from the main unit.
2. Remove any hair after the separation.
3. Assemble the Side Brush by replacing it onto the
bottom of the Robot Cleaner, with the 'R' and 'L'
marking of the Brush matching the counterparts
34 on Robot Cleaner.
CLEANING THE ULTRA MICROFIBER MOP (OPTION)
To avoid odors, dirt and dust should be washed off the mop after it is used for cleaning. Follow these
directions to wash the ultra microfiber mop:
1. Separate the ultra microfiber mop from the mop plate.
210 mm
2. Carefully clean it with warm water.
3. Use the Mop after completely drying it in direct sunlight.
※ If the Mop is used in a damp or wet state, it will cause
the Robot Cleaner to malfunction.
Tip
• To avoid product malfunction, only use the ultra microfiber mop provided with the Robot
Cleaner.
• Additional microfiber mops can be purchased by visiting a nearby LG Electronics service
center.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Upon a voice message, "The wheels are not touching the floor. Please
move Robot Cleaner onto flat floor."
A warning message will be given if a wheel does not contact the floor surface for any reason.
• Is a wheel trapped in the front door, balcony, stairway, etc?
s Move the Robot Cleaner on to the flat floor.
Upon a voice message, "Please remove foreign material on the left/
right wheel."
• Is any foreign material wound around the wheel?
s Turn off the main power switch on the rear side of the Robot cleaner. Then lay a soft cloth on the
floor, turn over the Robot Cleaner, and put it on the cloth.
Remove foreign material after observing the wheels.
※ Please make sure to remove the dust bin before turning over the main body.
Otherwise, the dust in the dust bin may fall out.
Upon a voice message, "Robot Cleaner cannot continue cleaning.
Please check the area around Robot Cleaner."
A warning message will be given if Robot Cleaner cannot go on cleaning due to any unfavourable
condition.
• Is the Robot Cleaner stuck?
s After removing it from the obstacle, place the Robot Cleaner back onto the flat floor.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Upon a voice message, "Please check if the dust bin is installed with
the filter."
A warning message will be given if there is no Dust Bin or Filter housing fitted.
• Is the Dust Bin fitted to the Robot Cleaner?
sO
pen the Dust Bin compartment cover and check to ensure the Dust Bin is in place.
sD
o NOT leave the Dust Bin Cover open.
• Make sure the Filter housing is assembled onto the Dust Bin.
Upon a voice message, "Battery is low. Please move Robot Cleaner
onto the home station to charge."
When the remaining amount of battery power is almost nil, the voice, “Battery is low”, is generated.
• Initiate battery charging of the Robot Cleaner by moving it to the home station.
s When the Robot Cleaner is attached to the docking station successfully, it will start the recharging
with the recharging start melody.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Upon a voice message, "Please remove foreign material from the
brushes on the bottom."
A warning message will be given if foreign materials restrict the Brush's rotation.
Turn off the main power switch on the rear of the Robot Cleaner. Lay a soft cloth on the floor and put
the Robot Cleaner upside down on it.
※ Before turning over the main unit, remove the Dust Bin.
Otherwise, it will cause dust to fall from the Dust Bin.
• The brush is making a loud, abnormal sound.
s Confirm the correct assembly of the brush by checking the separation groove of the brush
s Remove the lower rotating brush from the Robot Cleaner and remove any foreign material from
the brush.
1
2
3
5
4
• The lower rotating brush or side brush is stuck.
s Remove any foreign materials such as cables, thread of hair caught in the side brushes or the
lower rotating brush.
※ For a more detailed description of this process, refer to the instructions on page 32, 34.
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BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE
Confirm before reporting the failure of Robot Cleaner.
Problem
Solutions (Reference page)
The power supply cannot be
turned on.
Check that the power switch is turned on. (Page 16)
The power supply
automatically turns off.
This is not a failure. Robot Cleaner has its own power saving
function.
If it is not used for ten minutes after the power supply is turned on,
the power will automatically turn off. (Page 18)
The Robot Cleaner will not
charge.
ƬƬ Check whether the main power switch is turned on.
ƬƬ Remove objects around the home station. (Page 16)
ƬƬ Confirm that the power supply is connected to the home station.
(Page 15)
ƬƬ Wipe the charging terminals with a dry cloth.
Suction power becomes
weak.
ƬƬ Check whether there is foreign material blocking the suction port.
(Page 32)
ƬƬ Empty the dust bin. (Page 30)
ƬƬ Clean the dust bin filter. (Page 31)
Noise becomes louder.
ƬƬ Confirm that the dust bin has been mounted properly.
ƬƬ Confirm that the dust bin filter has been mounted properly.
(Page 31)
ƬƬ Check whether foreign material is caught in the brush. (Page 32)
The Robot Cleaner will not
activate.
ƬƬ Confirm that the power switch is turned on. (Page 16)
ƬƬ Confirm that the battery has been charged. (Page 19)
The lower brush does not
rotate.
ƬƬ Clean the brush. (Page 32)
ƬƬ Confirm that the brush has been mounted properly. (Page 32)
Movements or travel path are
abnormal.
ƬƬ Carefully wipe the sensors with a dry soft cloth. (Page 33)
ƬƬ If the ultra microfiber mop is attached, confirm that it is mounted
properly. (Page 26)
ƬƬ Turn the main power switch off and on.
The Robot Cleaner cannot
be activated with the remote
control.
ƬƬ Replace the remote control batteries. (Page 13)
ƬƬ Confirm that the control is within the coverage area of the main
unit, which is less than 3 m. (Page 13)
ƬƬ Check whether the main power switch is turned on. (Page 16)
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
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Item/Model
LG Robot Cleaner
VR657******
External Dimensions
340 mm × 340 mm × 89 mm
Weight
3 kg
Power Consumption
58 W
Battery (Fully Charging)
DC 16.8 V
Traveling Velocity
350 mm/s (Maximum)
Use Time
Approx. 100 minutes
(Based on general wooden floor)
Charging Time
3 hours
Main Functions
Turbo Mode
Learning Mode
Obstacle Sensing
Anti-Plunge function
Scheduled Cleaning
Error Displaying
Navigation
Auto/Manual Recharging
Dry Mopping (cleaning) (Option)
Corner Clean
Voice Messaging
Map Drawing
Spot Cleaning
Repeat Cleaning
My Space Cleaning
Cell by Cell cleaning
Zigzag Cleaning
Item/Model
Home Station (VR621)
External Dimensions
236 mm × 181 mm × 128 mm
Rating
220-240 V~ 50 Hz
Output Voltage/Current
DC 17.1 V / 1.1 A
Power Consumption
23 W
Item/Model
Battery
Type
Lithium Battery
Rating
DC 14.4 V / 2330 mAh / 4 cells
REFERENCE ITEMS
Open source software notice
To obtain the source code under GPL, LGPL, MPL and other open source licenses, that is contained in this
product, please visit http://opensource.lge.com.
In addition to the source code, all referred license terms, warranty disclaimers and copyright notices are
available for download.
Removing / Refitting the battery pack
1
2
Turn off the main power switch
on the back-left side of the
Robot Cleaner.
6
Place a soft cloth on the floor,
remove the dust bin, and flip
the Robot Cleaner over.
3
Remove the screws by using
a Phillips head screwdriver.
5
Refit the battery in the
reverse order.
Press the connector release
lug on the connecting plug to
disconnect the battery wiring.
4
Remove the battery from the
device.
WARNING
Please be careful of fire, explosion, electric shock, or breakdown.
•D
o not charge this Battery Pack with any other type of charger other than the one originally
provided with the Robot Cleaner.
• Do not damage the battery pack in such ways as dropping, crushing, cutting, or shorting extemal
contacts.
• Do not attempt to disassembly the battery pack In any case. When the battery pack is damaged
or malfunctioning, bring it and the Robot cleaner and Home station to an authorised service
center.
• Do not place the battery pack near a heat source or do not dispose of in fire or water.
• Please keep the battery pack away from any damp or wet environment when the pack is charged.
• Please keep away from children, infants or pets.
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[IEC 62929 Standard] Setting for Cleaning Performance Test
Dust Removal Test - Box(Hard Floor & Carpet)
1. Put fully charged Robot Cleaner down on start point and turn on.
2. Push ‘TURBO’ button on the Robot Cleaner or ‘Turbo’ button on the Remote Controller and Robot
Cleaner will be set Turbo Mode.
3. Push ‘Repeat’ button on the Remote Controller and Robot Cleaner will be set Repeat Mode.
4. Push ‘START/STOP’ button on the Robot Cleaner or ‘
’ button on the Remote Controller and
Robot Cleaner will be operated.
Dust Removal Test - Straight Line(Hard Floor & Carpet)
1. Put fully charged Robot Cleaner down on start point and turn on.
2. P
ush both ‘Schedule’ button and ‘Mode’ button for 3 seconds to access
Test Mode(Straight).
3. (1) In case of testing on Hard Floor, LED expression : T-H.
(2) In case of testing on Carpet, LED expression : T-C.
※ Change LED expression by pushing ‘Mode’ button on the Remote
Controller or ‘MODE’ button on the Robot Cleaner.
4. P
ush ‘START/STOP’ button on the Robot Cleaner or ‘
’ button on the
Remote Controller and Robot Cleaner will be operated.
[Hard Floor Test mode]
[Carpet Test mode]
Autonomous navigation/coverage test
1. Put fully charged Robot Cleaner down on start point and turn on.
2. Push ‘Repeat’ button on the Remote Controller and Robot Cleaner will be set Repeat Mode.
3. Push ‘START/STOP’ button on the Robot Cleaner or ‘
’ button on the Remote Controller and
Robot Cleaner will be operated.
※ Use this mode only when organizations test cleaning performance or driving performance according
to IEC62929
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