Question about iRobot 5900 Scooba Robotic Wet/Dry Vacuum

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My scooba seems to work fine but no longer makes the beeping noise. Several weeks ago the beep was sounding very strange almost like a battery was dying. Now it's not making any noise at all. Is this the beginning of more problems or can the machine function just fine without the beeps? If not then how can I fix it?

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Your speaker went out. It could be totally isolated. You're not going to be able to determine what's wrong with your Scooba if something does happen, though, because without those beep codes, there's no way for the robot to communicate with you.

If you're under warranty, call support at 1-877-855-8593 and let them know your speaker went out.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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