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Why don't my robot brushes turn? - iRobot Roomba Discovery SE Bagless Robotic Vacuum

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Remember that at least every week you need to take out the brushes, and pretty much everything else that is removable and thoroughly clean them, including the brush hubs. If you have access to compressed air, gently blow out dust/dirt from all the sensors. Regular cleaning is mandatory to keep your Roomba running correctly. In my experience, a good cleaning solves most Roomba issues. Regular cleaning prevents most issues.

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SOURCE: robot runs for about 5 min. then says clean

The dust build up in these Roomba's do create a problem in all operating phases
Keep in mind if taken apart every 6 months and cleaned inside they will operate like they should

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

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