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Dirt Devil Rampage is getting power, but just goes about 3/4", back and forth, in place, at the bottom of the pool

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SOURCE: cleaner is not picking up debris from pool bottom

Have you check the filter/baskets to make sure that you don't have a large piece of debris that is preventing suctions? You will also want to check each section on the vaccum systematically to make sure that there are not cracks or noticable areas of damage that would prevent the pool cleaner from working. Is is not moving at all or just not sucking properly? Can you give me more details as to what it, exactly, it is doing?

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SOURCE: my dirt devil Rampage Robotic pool cleaner vacuum

There is a ring that is designed to fit over bottom drains to prevent robotic pool cleaners from getting stuck. There are several different brands/kinds available and any of them should prevent the problem. Here is one example:

http://www.backyardcitypools.com/Automatic-Pool-Cleaners/NE290-Smart-Ring-Drain-Cover.htm

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