Question about iRobot Roomba 4210 Bagless Robotic Vacuum
This just started. After running just fine, and running completely out of battery "juice", I recharged the battery and set the Roomba down in another room. I started it up, it ran to a wall, bumped and immediately the battery light went red. When I put it back in the charger, it went green in less than 1 minute. I ran it again and it bumped into something, backed up and went red. I took out the battery pack, cleaned the contacts and some dust/lint, popped it back in and the light went green. Restarted and the same result. Any ideas?
Try this: turn it upside down and run it-then bump it to reverse it...same result?
Posted on May 29, 2007
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