Question about iRobot Roomba 4210 Bagless Robotic Vacuum
Whenever I snap my battery into my irobot Discovery 4210 it starts running. If I push the power button, it won't turn off. If I press Max or Clean, it works. It's very annoying not being able to turn it off without taking the battery out. I cleaned it out completely with an air compressor, just in case any of the sensors were covered in dust and it still didn't help. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: irobot discovery
It sounds like the battery is shot. These batteries only work for a couple of years and then they won't accept a charge any more. A common mistake people make is recharging them before they need it. This will make the battery "lazy"
Contact the manufacturer for more info.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
the battery on your roomba is dead, try charging it for 16 hours, after that if it still does not work. you need to replace the battery.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Do you leave the battery on charge long enough? Try 4-hours up to overnight. If so, then the battery is probably at the end of it's useful life. Getting a new battery depends on cost versus life expectancy of the robot and whether it does the job you want it to do.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
If your Roomba goes "uh-oh", beep-beep-beep, that's a 3-beep error code, indicating that your vacuum motor is stalled. Remove the grill from the outside (back) of the dustbin and make sure that the impeller (looks like a fan) turns easily and is not clogged with dirt. Then try to run the robot with the bin ON but the grill OFF. You should be able to tell whether the vacuum impeller is spinning. If not, you'll need a new bin. You can confirm wth customer support by calling 1-877-855-8593.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
The charging circuit on the main board is fried. This is a common issue. You need some good electronic repair skills, and equipment, to replace the problem components
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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