Question about iRobot 5800 Scooba Vacuum
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if you have not cleaned out the unit very well you may have a clogged line, please look at the link
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Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Scooba does not release water
I tried the straw on the solution valve. Worked last time, but no luck this time. I ended up using a can of compressed air on the solution outlets on the bottom of the unit (in the trough in front of the brush).
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
SOURCE: scooba problem
Does it put down clean water onto the floor? If so, rinse the four ports on the underside of the tank really thoroughly. You might have a clog; it's not difficult to dislodge it if you use enough warm water. Also make sure that the squeegees on the cleaning head cartridge (which holds the brush) are straight and in good condition.
If it doesn't put down water at all, try the tank rinse anyway, as it can help with that issue, too.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
I found that if I filled the two oblong extended openings under the tank with water and gave it a quick **** I was able to clear a large amount of cr@p out. It took many attempts to get it to the point where I could blow into the holes and sense a clear passage. The good thing is that it's an easy fix; the bad thing is you have to get a mouthful of cr@p.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
SOURCE: Scooba model 6050. The
the dirty water lines may be clogged. I don't exactly know how to un-clog it, but I would check to see if there is any way to flush them out. or talk to the company's customer service people. They would know what to do without voiding the warrenty.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
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