How does the Litter-Robot know when to cycle?
The Litter-Robot relies on the Cat Sensor to know when your cat is inside the Globe and when it’s time to run a Clean cycle. Here’s how it works: Each time the unit is powered on and at the end of each cycle, the Cat Sensor measures the weight of the unit to use as a baseline.
How do you turn off automatic mode in Litter-Robot?
The 8-hour period will repeat every 24 hours, at the same time of your initial setting. To exit this mode, simply press and hold the Cycle button until the yellow light turns off.
How do you reset the Litter-Robot after emptying?
To Hard Reset the unit, please do the following: Turn the Power Off and unplug the Power Supply from the Base of the unit. Remove the Bonnet from the unit and set it aside, then remove the Globe and set it aside making sure that it does not roll.
How often do you change Litter-Robot filter?
We recommend that you change the carbon filters every three to four months depending on how frequently your Litter-Robot gets used. This is really up to personal preference. If you are noticing a stronger odor coming from the unit, it may be time to change the carbon filter.
Why does the cycle light stay on Litter-Robot?
When the 8-hour period has expired, the unit will run a Clean Cycle. Once the Globe has returned to Home position, only the blue light will be on. When the 8-hour sleep period begins again automatically, both the yellow and blue lights will be on again.
Why does my Litter-Robot have the cycling light on?
When the yellow light is on, the Litter-Robot is cycling. When the yellow light is flashing once per second, it will mean one of two things: (1) The cycle was interrupted by the cat sensor. … Fifteen seconds after your cat has left the globe, the unit will resume cycling. (2) The bonnet has been removed.
Litter-Robot flashing red light
A solid red light on your Litter-Robot control panel means that the cat sensor was activated by your cat entering the globe while the unit was ready for use. … Then hit the Reset button to reset the cat sensor.
What happens if you overfill Litter Robot?
Fill the globe with approximately 8-10 pounds of litter, until it meets the raised “fill line” on the black rubber globe liner when spread flat. If there is too much litter in the globe, it will be expelled into the waste drawer during the first few cycles.
Why is my litter robot not working?
The unit isn’t pushed into a corner or against a wall or piece of furniture. Make sure your Litter-Robot is free-standing and not leaning on anything. After emptying the Waste Drawer and pushing the drawer back into place, double check that you haven’t pushed the whole unit up against anything before pressing Reset.
Why does my Litter Robot keep saying its full when its not?
Debris may cause the DFI to indicate a full drawer regardless of the waste in the drawer. Once you are done cleaning your unit, let it dry fully and then reassemble it.