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You need to post a model numbers before I can help you.
Now, a three second search of the roomba help section on the roomba website turned up this:


All Roomba 700 Series and select 500/600 Series can provide troubleshooting messages in either English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Polish, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, or Chinese.
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700 Series: Instructions for Setting the Language
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500/600 Series: Instructions for Setting the Language
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Most slow cookers have several settings ... maybe yours is one ... I suggest you select a higher setting.

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Bad battery will not take a charge and cause this condition.
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But it is a common problem with the board going bad. Some people purchase an external charger for the battery and then swap it into the roomba when charged. But this kinda defeats the automated controls. The fried charging circuit also will drain the battery when it isn't turned on. I have repaired a number of charging circuits on these units

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