Question about iRobot 5800 Scooba Vacuum
Empty the tank, then fill the clean tank with plain water. Add a pinch of salt. Put the tank back on the Scooba and try it out. The problem is that Scooba's tank sensors rely on the conductivity of the fluid in the tank to guage the presence of clean solution. Adding a pinch of salt will increase the conductivity and should trip the sensor.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
Did you empty the tank?
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