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1) replace again the batteries by new ones and completely charged. 2) test the charger if if functioning properly, can be faulty, and not charge well the batteries. 3) test the power supplies inside from the scuba, to due some short circuit drain the batteries. God bless you
Sadly, the battery is not replaceable on this unit. According to the schematic, I can get almost every part but that. This is common with all of the cordless units too. Batteries are usually the same price as purchasing a new unit. If the unit is more than 1 year old, sorry to say its pretty much garbage. IF the unit is less than one year, it should be under warranty and replaced by your local Eureka/Electrolux dealer.
Also, not all hope is lost on this unit, if there is an obvious burn, or connection issue, a little bit of solder should correct the problem. Good luck!!
You have dead nimh (nickle metal hydride) batteries You
will need a replacement. You can test for this by removing the battery
and holding the power button for 15 seconds. This will restart the
charging cycle as if the battery were new.
Reset the Roomba: hold down "spot" and "dock/demo" for fifteen seconds, then release and listen for the tune. Then charge the Roomba overnight. The next time you run it, the unit should run longer. If not, call support and let them know you may have a battery problem. 1-877-855-8593 (I strongly encourage you to have the Roomba with you if you call.)
If you have a 400 series Roomba, try removing the battery, then holding down the power button for ten seconds, then recharging the unit before you run it again.
If you have a 500 series Roomba, don't take out the battery-- just press and hold the "spot" and "dock" buttons for about fifteen seconds. The Roomba will play a tune, and you can then charge it and try running it again later.