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Roomba discovery stop working

Hi,i dunno how my roomba just stopped workinh although i tried to change battery did all nice cleaning it doesnt seems to satrt.so sign of charging.it has been a year old im using.help .thanxs

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  • Anonymous Aug 31, 2008

    Hello,

    My Roomba Scheduler worked fine then suddenly quit working for no apparent reason. When I plug it in the power light starts up red then after a LONG time it changes to green. When the power light changes to green I have tried to use it but it dies after just a couple of minutes. I love this machine, and hope you have some suggestions!

    Thank you so much,

    Dianne

  • snjarrett Oct 31, 2008

    My Roomba was unplugged for about a month. Then when I tried to recharge and use, it dies after just running fo a couple minutes!

  • pdsalva
    pdsalva May 25, 2013

    need new battery

  • pdsalva
    pdsalva May 25, 2013

    sounds like need new battery

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Try spraying a compressed air can (computer cleaner) under the brush compartment (under the yellow housing). There are sensors and other wires underneath.

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