Trouble Numbers | bObsweep Pethair™

Normally, Bob doesn’t need help
cleaning your home, but sometimes he encounters challenges
that you can help him overcome. Bob identifies what the issue is
and communicates it with you by displaying the corresponding trouble number,
or error code, on his screen. Trouble Number 00: Left Wheel Trouble Number 00 means a foreign object
is lodged in Bob’s left wheel. Check the space around
his wheel for any debris, then clean it out with the cleaning tool
or compressed air. If this does not solve the problem,
and Bob still shows trouble number zero, perform a checkup test to see
how the wheels respond to the test. Trouble Number 01: Right Wheel Trouble Number 01 refers to a jam
in Bob’s right wheel. As with Bob’s left wheel,
clear the space around Bob’s wheel using compressed air
or the cleaning tool. If this does not solve the problem
and Bob still shows Trouble 01, perform a checkup test to see
how the wheels respond to the test. Trouble Number 02: Main Brush Trouble Number 02 means Bob’s main brush
is unable to move freely. The flip Bob over and remove
his main brush with a screwdriver. Give it a good clean from end to end. Use scissors to snip out any tangled threads,
wires, or strands of hair. Clean Bob’s brush compartment and end pieces as well,
before returning the main brush to its place. Trouble Number 03: Front Wheels Trouble Number 03 concerns Bob’s front wheel
where there may be a blockage. Check the spokes of the wheel
and empty the space around the entire socket. Remove congestion using compressed air
or Bob’s cleaning tool. Once it’s back in spinning order,
Bob’s front wheel is ready to lead the way again. Trouble Number 04:
Ground Detecting (Floor) Sensors Trouble Number 04 indicates dirt covering
Bob’s 4 ground detecting (floor) sensors. Wipe the sensors using a clean, dry cloth or fling away particles
with a quick burst of compressed air. If Bob continues displaying the trouble number
while working on dark-colored floors, that means the floor has absorbed
all his infrared detection signals and is tricking Bob into thinking
there is no ground beneath him. In this case, you may need to blindfold Bob
using the blindfold stickers included in his box. Peel the backs off of Bob’s blindfold stickers
and place them on each of his 4 sensors so that they are completely covered. While blindfolded, Bob will be unable
to detect stairs or sharp edges. Trouble Number 05: Wall Sensors Trouble Number 05 tells you when residue
is blocking Bob’s wall sensors. Simply wipe their surface clean
with a dry cloth. Double check to make sure nothing
is trapped underneath Bob’s bumper. With pristine sensors and a working bumper,
Bob’s vision is back in the clear. Trouble Number 06: Touch Sensors Trouble Number 06 means Bob’s bumper
has caught a bit of debris between its walls. Gently tap on the bumper
to dislodge any dirt or use the cleaning tool and compressed air
to brush through the curved crevice until it’s clear again. Trouble Number 07: Main Brush Installation Trouble Number 07 indicates Bob’s main brush
is not installed properly. Unscrew the end piece positioned
right above Bob’s ON/OFF switch. Then remove the main brush entirely
and reinstall it once more. Make sure the brush
and its compartment are clean, and the diamond peg fits
into the corresponding socket, and that the opposite end cap
is screwed back tightly in place. Trouble Number 08: Dustbin If Bob’s dustbin is crooked, improperly placed,
or has collected grime on its contact points, he will alert you with Trouble Number 08. Pop out the dustbin and wipe off the surface
of the contact point electrodes located in its interior compartment. Then, carefully slide the dustbin back in place. Trouble Number 09: Mainboard Trouble Number 09 lets you know
that Bob’s mainboard is not working properly. Contact our customer care center
if you encounter this issue or any others that you may not have resolved. Trouble Number 10: Power System Trouble Number 10 means Bob
is experiencing a power issue. Check Bob for any of the following issues. Bob’s battery has absolutely no juice left. What to do: Plug Bob directly into the wall
and allow him to charge for a few hours. If the problem persists,
move to the next step. Bob’s battery connectors are loose. What to do: Open the battery compartment
and check the battery connectors for any disconnect or loose connection. If Trouble Number 10 appears as soon as Bob
automatically docks on his charging station, or when manually placed on his station,
the issue can be either the following. Bob’s charging station is not working. What to do: To test the station,
plug Bob directly to his adapter for charging. If this solves Trouble 10,
Bob needs a new charging station. If the issue persists after manual recharging
and checking the battery connection, it is likely that Bob’s adapter
is the cause for the issue. What to do: Bob needs a new charging adapter. If you have a measuring device handy, check to see if the current of the adapter
is above 0.6 amperes.

Bernard Jenkins

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