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My dirt dog will be green after chargijg, but it will not start when I put it on the floor.

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There is a problem on the battery of your robot.The battery is not charging very well try replacing the battery with a new one..good luck let me hear how it goes..

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Hello
First of all if the units' power light is is illumitation or not. If not, remove the unit's battery, by pushing the side clips and reinsert the battery making sure that you hear an audiable click. Look at the wheels and brush for free of hair and debris, by inspecting and clean the bottom of the robot. If the wheel is struck, or not touching the ground, it won't go on. Inspect whether the main brush can be turned or jammed. If found jammed, turn over dirt dog, and remove the brush guard by pushing the two yello tabs, remove the brushes, clear any obstructions replace them. If something will wrapped around the wheel, it won't turn and the unit won't work. Use compressed air to clean the underside of the unit. Try these and even it doesn't work, the motor inside it will be faulty, and should be replaced. OK.

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Imagine if you will making a circle with your pointer finger and your thumb. Now put a string or thread across in a straight line there. The string would be the size of the beam of light that the sensor uses. Your finger and thumb are about the size of the tube that the dirt and dust is passing by. Unless the dirt passes and cuts through the beam of light, then it will register. otherwise if it passes around the beam of light, the sensor thinks your carpet is clean.

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