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Dear iRobot Roomba Owner, Welcome to the new world of iRobot. As an owner of iRobots latest Roomba Vacuuming Robot, you join a growing group of people around the globe who, like you, are discovering a smarter way to clean. Having practical robots that help you in your home is a new reality. We encourage you to share your feedback as we continue to develop new and better robots. Heres what you can do to participate in our efforts: ommunicate with us if you have questions, comments C or require support. Many improvements to our products start with suggestions from customers like you. Visit us at www.irobot.com. egister online or by mail. Youll be among the first to R hear about our newest robots, product enhancements and special offers. Thank you for joining the robot revolution. We look forward to your valued input as we continue to deliver groundbreaking products that will change and improve your world. On behalf of the entire iRobot team,
Colin Angle Co-Founder and CEO iRobot Corporation
Remove and clean Roombas brushes after every 3 uses. Roomba contains electronic parts. Do NOT submerge Roomba or spray with water. Clean with a dry cloth only. Always consult your floor manufacturer for approved cleaning methods.
For Best Performance
Roomba is very effective at picking up hair. Remove and clean Roombas brushes after every 3 uses. Empty Roombas bin and clean its filter after every 3 uses. Always store Roomba connected to its charger or Home Base. Use the Virtual Walls to keep Roomba cleaning where you want it. Keep wheels and brush free of hair and debris by inspecting and cleaning the bottom of the robot regularly.
iRobot Roomba Owners Manual
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions.. 6 Anatomy... 7 Cleaning Pattern... 8. Cleaning System... 9 Cleaning Modes... 10 Battery Storage and Charging.. 11 12. Virtual Walls... 13. Home Base... 14. Remote Control.. 15 Scheduler Remote Control.. Maintenance.. 21. Troubleshooting... 22. Warranty... 23 Customer Service.. 24.
Important Safety Instructions
C AUTION: DO NOT EXPOSE THE ELECTRONICS OF ROOMBA, ITS BATTERY OR THE CHARGER. THERE ARE NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. CHARGE USING 240V OUTLET ONLY.
Always exercise caution when operating your Roomba. To reduce the risk of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when setting up, using and maintaining your Roomba:
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read all safety and operating instructions before operating Roomba. Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference. Heed all warnings on Roomba, battery, charger and in owners manual. Follow all operating and use instructions. Refer all non-routine servicing to iRobot.
ROOMBA USE RESTRICTIONS
Roomba is for indoor use only. Roomba is not recommended for shag, high pile carpet, or tassels. oomba is not a toy. Do not sit or stand on this device. Small children and pets should be R supervised when Roomba is cleaning. Clean with a dry cloth only. Do not pour or spray water onto Roomba. Do not use this device to pick up anything that is burning or smoking. Do not use this device to pick up spills of bleach, paint, or other chemicals, or anything wet. Before using this device, pick up objects like clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, and any fragile objects. If the device passes over a power cord and drags it, there is a chance an object could tumble off a table or shelf. If the room to be cleaned contains a balcony, a physical barrier should be used to prevent access to the balcony and ensure safe operation. Always remove the battery before long-term storage or transportation.
ROOMBA BATTERY AND CHARGING
Charge using a 240V outlet only. Product may not be used with any type of power converter. Use of other power converters will immediately void the warranty. Use only the charger supplied by the manufacturer to charge this device. Do not use a charger with a damaged cord or plug. Charge indoors only. Roombas power supply may be protected with a surge protector in the event of severe electrical storms. Never handle chargers with wet hands. Always disconnect Roomba from the charger before cleaning.
Model 5500 Series
Virtual Wall Sensor Handle
Model 5200 Series
Serial Port Bin Release Battery Charger Socket
Battery Charger Socket
Buttons and Lights
Dirt Detect Status Light Power Button Charging Indicator Spot Cleaning Button Cleaning Button Max Cleaning Button Power Button Spot Button Status Light Dirt Detect
(Sage and Blue only)
Max Cleaning Button
Cliff Sensor Openings Edge-Cleaning Side Brush Battery Vacuum Inlet Contact Points for Home Base Flexible Brush Main Brush Brush Guard Brush Bearings
Replaceable Caster Wheel
(Discovery, Scheduler only)
Dirt Detect Sensor Brush Guard Release Tabs (yellow)
Roomba is a robot that cleans differently than the way most people clean their floors. Roomba uses iRobots AWARE Robot Intelligence System to determine the best way to pass over and clean every section of the floor. Roomba calculates the optimal cleaning path as it cleans and determines when to use its various cleaning behaviors: Spiraling: Roomba uses a spiral motion to clean a concentrated area. Wall Following: Roomba uses this technique to clean the full perimeter of the room and navigate around furniture and obstacles. Room Crossing: Roomba criss-crosses the room to ensure full cleaning coverage. Dirt Detection: When Roomba senses dirt, the blue Dirt Detect light is lit and Roomba cleans more intensely in that area.
TIP: Roomba takes approximately 45 minutes to clean an average room and will pass over the same area of the floor multiple times to ensure total floor coverage. TIP: For fastest cleaning and best performance, clear your floor of clutter and use a Virtual Wall to confine Roomba to one room. TIP: Wires should be elevated off of the floor and rug tassles should be tucked under the rug to prevent Roomba from getting stuck.
Roomba features a patented 3-stage cleaning system.
Side brush cleans 1
along edge of walls.
Two 2 counter-
rotating brushes scoop up dirt, hair and debris into the bin.
Powerful vacuum picks up the 3
remaining fine particles, dirt, and hair. The filter traps dust and small particles.
Roomba works on wood, carpet, tile, vinyl, and linoleum, and will automatically transition between different floor types. Roomba is not recommended for shag carpet or rugs with tassels.
Roomba will clean based on the cleaning mode you select. Roomba has up to four cleaning modes, depending on your model:
Clean Mode (all models)
Roomba automatically calculates the room size and adjusts its cleaning time appropriately. Roomba may clean for up to 60 minutes.
Spot Mode (all models)
Roomba will spiral approximately 1 meter in diameter and then spiral back to where it started, intensely cleaning a localized area.
Roomba will run until its battery is nearly depleted.
Scheduled Cleaning Mode
When a cleaning time is programmed with the iRobot Scheduler Remote, Roomba enters Scheduled Cleaning Mode. When Roomba is in Scheduled Cleaning Mode, the status light blinks amber. At the specified time, Roomba leaves its Home Base, cleans for up to 60 minutes and returns to the Home Base to recharge when it is done.
Battery Storage and Charging
Roomba is powered by a Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) rechargeable battery. Roombas battery can last for hundreds of cleaning cycles before a replacement is necessary.
To avoid rapid deterioration of battery life, we recommend storing Roombas battery in the robot with the power supply plugged in, or with Roomba on the Home Base. Permanent damage can be caused to the battery if left uncharged after being run down by a full cleaning cycle. Charge Roombas battery overnight before first use. You should fully charge Roombas battery before each cleaning cycle. Cleaning time is dependent on floor surface, temperature, and battery life and will vary.
16 Hour Refresh Charge
When charging for the first time, or if Roomba has been left off the charger for a long time, Roomba will initiate a special 16-hour charge cycle. This extended charge refreshes Roombas battery and extends the life of the battery.
TIP: Keep the battery charging at all times unless in use. If Roomba is not going to be used for an extended period of time, charge battery first and then take the battery out of Roomba and store it separately in a cool place.
Charge Roomba in one of two ways:
All Roomba models have a charging indicator light. Use this chart to determine the status of the battery:
Charging Indicator Light Red Amber pulse Solid green Battery Status Battery empty Charging Fully charged
Charging Indicator Light
TIP: When Roomba is on the Home Base, always make sure that the Home Base Power and Docked lights are on.
The iRobot Roomba Virtual Walls create an invisible barrier that Roomba will not cross. The Virtual Walls can be set to block an area ranging from one to three meters long.
TIP: Use the Virtual Walls to block doorways or to keep Roomba away from cords. Confining Roomba to a single room will accelerate cleaning.
T he Virtual Wall beam is keyhole shaped. A small halo prevents Roomba from bumping into the Virtual Wall and a larger lobe-shaped section blocks off areas of your home where you dont want Roomba to go.
Shape of Beam D Alkaline Batteries
The Virtual Wall requires 2 D batteries and automatically shuts off after 135 minutes. If the power light blinks green, the batteries will soon need replacement.
Use the slider bar to adjust the length of the barrier. A higher range will drain the battery faster.
TIP: or best performance, place the Virtual Wall on the outside of the F doorway you wish to block. Set the Virtual Wall to the shortest setting possible to extend battery life.
Additional Virtual Walls may be purchased at www.domotec.uk.com.
I ncluded with model 5200 series only, also available as an accessory.
Roomba returns to the Home Base at the end of a cleaning cycle or when its battery is running low. Roomba needs to find the infrared signal of the Home Base in order to return. Always keep the Home Base plugged in. When Roomba is on the Home Base, the Power and Docked lights will be green to indicate Roomba is charging.
Home Base Location
You should position the Home Base on a hard level surface and in an area where Roomba has a clear path to return to the dock at the end of a cleaning cycle. If Roomba is unable to dock on its first attempt, it will try again until it successfully docks. To manually dock Roomba, place it within 2 meters of the Home Base and press Spot and Clean simultaneously. You can also drive Roomba toward the Home Base with the remote control, and Roomba will dock automatically.
Home Base Chair Table
T he Roomba Remote, Virtual Wall, and Home Base operate using an invisible infrared technology. If they are all used in the same area, Roomba may see multiple infrared signals and not operate. Roomba WILL NOT dock if you have a Virtual Wall near the Home Base. Fluorescent lights also can impact Virtual Wall and Home Base performance.
Spot Directional Buttons Power Clean Max Pause
The Roomba Remote Control lets you conveniently control Roombas functions. You can use it to turn Roomba on and off, and steer it around your room without bending down. It also gives you remote access to the following commands: Clean: Start Roomba in Clean mode. Spot: Start Roomba in Spot mode. Max: Start Roomba in Max mode. Pause: Pause Roomba in the middle of the cleaning cycle. Press pause again to continue. Before using your remote for the first time, you must install 2 AA batteries (sold separately).
TIP: You can use the remote to direct Roomba to the Home Base. Once Roomba is in range and can see the Home Base, it will return to the base and dock itself automatically.
T he Roomba Remote Control, Virtual Walls, and Home Base all operate using an invisible infrared beam. If they are all used in the same area, Roomba may see multiple infrared signals and will not operate. The Remote WILL NOT work when the robot is near Virtual Walls.
Scheduler Remote Control
Power Clean Directional Buttons Spot Max Front Cover Scheduling Virtual Wall
The Scheduler Remote Control is included with the Roomba Scheduler. Other Roomba models are compatible with the iRobot Scheduler Remote Control Upgrade. To schedule Roomba to clean, use the Scheduler Remote Control to program your cleaning times. Then use the Scheduler Remote Control to send your schedule to Roomba and the scheduling Virtual Walls. Install the batteries and set the time before using for the first time.
Setting the Time
Open the Scheduler Remote Controls front cover. 1 The display will turn red and read SET TIME. Press New/Save and Delete simultaneously. 2 Press 3
The display will change to read SUN 12:00. to change the day. to navigate to the hour on the display.
Press 5 Press 6 Press 7
to change the hour. To select AM or PM, simply scroll past 12:00. to navigate to the minute on the display. to
to change the minute. Hold scroll quickly.
the time has been Press New/Save to save. Afterindicate the time has set, it will flash three times to been saved. Close the Scheduler Remotes cover to verify that the correct time has been set.
To schedule iRobot Roomba to clean:
1 Open the Scheduler Remote Controls front cover to
enter Scheduler mode.
2 Press New/Save to begin setting a schedule.
to select the day of the week. to navigate to the hour field.
to schedule the hour. To select AM or PM, simply scroll past 12:00. to navigate to the minute field. to schedule the minute. to navigate to the Once/Weekly field.
to choose Once or Weekly. Choose Weekly if you want Roomba to clean on the same day and time every week.
Press New/Save once to save the schedule. 10
The LCD will flash three times to indicate that the schedule has been set.
D ont forget to send the schedule to both Roomba and the scheduling Virtual Walls. See pp. for details.
After setting a cleaning time, you need to send the schedule to Roomba and the scheduling Virtual Walls. To send a schedule to your Roomba:
1 Power on Roomba with the Power button.
Open the Scheduler Remote Controls front cover, 2
point the remote at Roomba and press Send All. The display will flash to indicate the remote is sending the schedule. Roomba will play a song to indicate the schedule is received and the Status light will begin blinking.
Make sure Roomba is on the Home Base or in the 3 center of the area you want to clean. Roomba will clean at the time you have scheduled. Roombas Status light will blink amber to indicate that Roomba is scheduled to clean.
T o accept a schedule, Roomba must either be at least eight feet from the Home Base or charging on the Home Base and Roombas power must be on. iRobot Scheduler, Virtual Walls, and Home Base all operate using invisible infrared beams. If used in the same area, Roomba may see multiple infrared signals and not respond to commands. Make sure all Virtual Walls are turned off when using Scheduler.
To send a schedule to the scheduling Virtual Walls: Press and hold the power button on each scheduling 1 Virtual Wall until the Scheduled light turns on.
Point the Scheduler remote at each scheduling 2
Virtual Wall and press Send All to send the schedule. The display will flash, indicating that the remote is sending the schedule to the Virtual Wall.
0-3 4-7 8+
The Virtual Walls Scheduled light will blink to confirm that it is scheduled 3 to automatically turn on at the time you programmed.
TIP: You can clear the schedule from the scheduling Virtual Wall and Roomba by removing their batteries, or by deleting all cleaning times from the remote and re-sending the cleared schedule to the scheduling Virtual Walls.
Open the Scheduler Remotes cover. The display should 1 read SHOW. If it reads Set Time, see p. 15.
Scroll through the programmed schedules 2
using or until you find the schedule you want to change.
Press New/Save when the remote displays the 3 schedule you wish to change.
S 4 croll to the field you wish to change using the use the
to change the time, day, or frequency.
Press New/Save to save the new time. 5 Send the updated schedule to Roomba and 6 the scheduling Virtual Walls. See pp. for details.
Open the Scheduler Remotes cover. The display should 1 read SHOW. If it reads Set Time, see p. 15. or Scroll through the schedules using 2 to delete is displayed.
3 Press Delete to clear the schedule.
until the schedule you wish
S 4 end the deleted schedule to Roomba and
the scheduling Virtual Walls. See pp. for details.
TIP: You can clear the schedule from the scheduling Virtual Walls and from Roomba by removing and replacing the batteries.
To keep Roomba running at peak performance, it is recommended that you perform the following maintenance tasks every three uses:
1 Remove and empty 3 Clean Roombas brushes
Press button and pull to remove bin
A. Remove brush guard by pulling both yellow tabs
2 Clean Roombas filter
A. lean or replace filter* C
B. emove brush caps and use scissors R to cut any hair wrapped around the brush. Use the Roomba cleaning tool to comb hair from brush.
B. lean filter C compartment C. emove and clean hair and dirt from R Roombas brush bearings. You MUST refit bearings and brush caps before reuse.
Brushes Brush bearings
*Replace filter every 2 months
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Tip: Bin emptying and brush cleaning should be done after every 3-5 cleaning cycles depending on the amount of hair, dirt, and debris in your environment. Tip: f you notice Roomba picking up less debris from your floor, empty the bin I and clean the brushes. Excessive build up of hair in Roombas brushes and bearings can permanently damage Roomba. Inspect brush bearings regularly. D o not attempt to run Roomba without the bearings. If you misplace Roombas brush bearings, contact Customer Service for replacement bearings.
Roomba will tell you when something is wrong with a two-tone uh-oh sound followed by beeping. Refer to the chart below to resolve Roombas problem. If the problem is not resolved, visit www.irobot.com/support or phone to speak with a customer service representative.
Number of beeps after uh-oh No beeps Likely cause A wheel is stuck or is not touching the ground The main brushes cannot turn What to do
7 or 10
Pick up the robot, place it down securely on the floor and touch the clean button to restart the cycle. Turn over Roomba and remove the brush guard by pushing the two yellow tabs. Remove the brushes, clear any obstructions, and replace them again. (See page 21) The side brush cannot Turn over Roomba. Look to see if something is wrapped around turn the side brush. Remove the side brush with a screw driver and check for string or hair that may be wrapped around it. The vacuum cannot run Remove and empty Roombas bin. (See page 21) A wheel motor cannot run Your Roomba may be stuck or something may be wrapped around a wheel. Look for something wrapped around the wheels. Push them in and out and make sure they turn easily. The cliff sensors have Turn over Roomba and clear any debris that might be caught failed or are blocked underneath the front bumper in the cliff sensors. You can also use compressed air to clean them out. Wheel obstruction or Turn over Roomba and remove any obstructions that prevent the robot attempting to drive wheels from seating all the way up into Roombas body. Also, over an obstacle remove any obstacles that Roomba could drive over. Not applicable Roombas beep codes do not include 7 or 8 beeps. If you are getting an error with 7 or 8 beeps, try counting again or contact Customer Service. Sensor error Please contact Customer Service. Roomba is stuck Pick up Roomba and start it again somewhere else. Use a virtual wall or other barrier to keep Roomba away from the place it got stuck.
Problem Roombas Power light will not illuminate Roomba is not picking up debris Roomba does not charge Likely cause Battery not seated correctly Bin is full Power supply not plugged in What to do Remove Roombas battery by pushing the side clips and reinsert the battery making sure you hear an audible click. Empty the bin and clean Roombas brushes. (See page 21) Ensure that the power supply is correctly connected to the wall, to the Home Base, and to Roomba. Roombas charger and Home Base will each illuminate a solid green light when plugged into a power source.
TIP: If you notice that Roomba is sitting on its Home Base and the Power light is not illuminated, then clean the charging contacts on the bottom of the robot.
This product is warranted to the original user for use in the UK for 12 months from date of purchase to be free from manufacturing defect at time of purchase. The warranty does not cover defects arising from neglect, misuse or accident, or blockage of air/steam passageways, hoses or filters, nor does it cover normal wear and tear, nor consumables such as cleaning cloths, bags, filters and brushes. The product is intended for domestic use. In the event of a valid claim under warranty, whether to repair or replace will be at the Repair Centres option. Your statutory rights are not affected. Please keep your receipt or other evidence of original purchase showing date and place of purchase, as this must be produced in the event of a claim. To claim under this warranty, or for other repair or assistance with this product, please contact Customer Service Department by phoning 01249813835, or by fax on 01249-813323, or e-mail email@example.com Domotec Home Appliances Ltd, ISPO HOUSE, REDMAN ROAD, BEVERSBROOK IND. EST., CALNE, WILTSHIRE, SN11 9PL.
This electrical appliance complies with directive 2002/96/EC (Waste Electrical and Electronic EquipmentWEEE). The meaning of the crossed-through waste bin symbol on the appliance is that the product must be disposed of separately to other household waste at the end of the useful life of the appliance. The user is responsible for delivering the appliance to an appropriate collection centre at that time. Appropriate separate collection for environment-friendly treatment and recycling prevents or reduces harmful effect on the environment and human health. You can obtain information on available collection services in your area by contacting your local Council waste collection department, or the retailer from which you bought the appliance.
Domotec Home Appliances Ltd ISPO House Beversbrook Industrial Estate Redman Road Calne Wiltshire SN11 9PL tel: (Mon to Fri) For the latest information on our exciting range of products for a healthy today and tomorrow, visit our web site at www.domotec.uk.com
iRobot, Roomba, Virtual Wall, AWARE, Home Base and Dirt Detect are trademarks of iRobot Corporation. 2006 iRobot Corporation. All rights reserved. Protected by International patents. Additional patents pending. Burlington, MA 01803 USA. 307.06
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