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Please clean Roomba s brushes warning will not stop after brushes have been cleaned Unit shuts off after one minute of cleaning

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Clean the yellow brush bearings. Then run the Roomba without the dustbin, so that you can watch the brush while the unit is cleaning. Is it turning? If not, call customer support. 877-855-8593. Have your Roomba with you; they will want information from it. Good luck.

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