If you are finding that your robot vacuum cleaner is making more noise than expected, try the following suggestions:
- Most problems with robot vacuum cleaners making excessive noise are caused by obstructions that are blocking airflow or preventing parts from moving freely. You can generally resolve such issues by clearing any blockages or obstructions from the unit.
- Check that no hair or other debris is tangled around the brushes. If the brushes have become misshapen from use, they should be replaced.
- Check that the wheels are not obstructed and are able to turn freely.
- Make sure that the suction inlet is clear of any blockages.
- Empty the dustbin.
- Check that the filter is clean. If the filter is worn or excessively dirty, it should be replaced.
- Consider whether the type of flooring may affect the noise produced during use. If the unit is only noisy when used on one type of flooring, the issue is likely caused by the floor rather than an issue with the robot vacuum cleaner itself.
- Inspect the unit carefully for any loose parts.
- Detach all removable parts, including the brushes and dustbin, then reattach these parts, making sure that they are attached securely.
- While the removable parts are detached, check for hair or debris that may be wound around the mechanism where the parts connect.
- If your robot vacuum cleaner's wheels are attached with screws, make sure the screws are tight.
- If the noise persists, run the robot vacuum cleaner and listen carefully to determine which part is producing the noise.
If you are still experiencing issues with your unit after following the above suggestions, please contact our Customer Care Team for further assistance. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the unit yourself.