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Hi i replaced my thermostat and now it wont stay in its place it keeps turning sideways in the housing i dont get it and then it also hesitates at take off and after only running for a few minutes the exhaust manifolds turn bright red. I thought maybe the cat was pluged but i replaced it and it still does it what would cause these problems need help fast!!!! thank you Nick
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like you have a motor protection fuse that resets after an overheat/cooling cycle.These work the same as a circuit breaker in your house with the difference being they can reset themselves.The Bosch will also shut down if there is insufficient airflow and I would check your filters first.1) Pull the filter and let the machine run.Do not pick up debris when you operate without a filter-it will be drawn straight into the motor.If it runs fine without shutting down, all you need to do is change your filter.If it shuts down again check the external hose for any blockages.Also check the throat from the powerhead for any blockages.If you continue to have the same problem then you will need to replace the fuse because at this point you have eliminated all the other likely problems.Good Luck-Scott
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
SOURCE: red light stays on
It sounds like the plates inside the vacuum that detect the dirt have become dirty. I don't remember where they are, but I think they're accessible if you remove a certain hose. Again, I don't know which hose it is.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Try setting the Roomba on the floor, powering it up, pressing down hard on the front, just above the front wheel, and hitting "clean" or "spot." My Roomba had the same problem, and this seems to do the trick for it. I think it has something to do with the Roomba thinking the front wheel is extended (which would indicate a cliff) even though it's really not.
If this doesn't work, you might try pressing down over whichever wheel doesn't turn when you turn the Roomba on.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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