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May 17, 2015 - Single beep - Roomba is stuck or wheel is hanging down; you need to move your Rhoomba to a new location or check the wheels. Two beeps - this happens when the main brushes become immovable, so you need to check the brushes. Six beeps - the likely cause is a dirty cliff sensor or the robot is stuck on a cliff.
If Roomba backs up or spins in circles, run Roomba in an open area with no obstacles present for 2 minutes to determine if the robot will stop with an error ...
Mar 3, 2016 - What to do if your Roomba just goes in circles. Roomba goes in circles. No, your Roomba doesn't have a mind of it's own, nor is it tipsy from ...
Roomba going in circles.
Called irobot and if reseting it (by taking out the battery, unplugging it from the charger, and holding down the power button for 30 seconds), didn't work, turn the roomba over, take a compressor and blow air into the front. Maybe a shop vac would also work. We cleaned out the whole thing while we were at it. And now it works just fine. The tech person at irobot was very helpful.
Remove and clean all of the wheels, and make sure the cliff sensors under the bumper are clean. Tap the bumper with your hand-- really smack it a couple of times. It sounds like the Scooba believes it's stuck against an obstacle.