When the Roomba i7 battery is not charging, it might be helpful to reboot the device. To do this, hold the CLEAN button for 20 seconds until the light ring around the CLEAN logo starts spinning around. The device will then take up to 2 minutes to turn on again. When the light turns off, the reboot is complete.
How do I turn off Roomba i7+?
For long-term storage, turn off the robot by removing it from the charging station and holding down for 10 seconds. Store the robot in a cool, dry place. Your robot will tell you something is wrong by playing an audio alert and turning the light ring indicator red.
How do I reconnect my Roomba i7?
How to set up a Wi-Fi Connected Roomba?
- Step 1: Download the iRobot® HOME App. The iRobot® HOME App allows you to use your iOS or Android smart device to help you have the best possible experience with Roomba®. …
- Step 2: Activate Roomba® Wi-Fi Signal. …
- Step 3: Start Cleaning Cycle.
How do I manually empty a Roomba i7?
Manually Emptying the Roomba
- Pressing the HOME button when the Roomba is at the base will empty the bin.
- Pressing “Empty Bin” in the IRobot home app. It will appear under the CLEAN button when the robot is at home base.
- Taking the robot 8 feet or more from the base then pressing home will reset it and may fix the issue.
How do I reboot my Roomba?
Rebooting your Roomba
Press and hold the Clean button on the Roomba for about 20 seconds. After you release the button, the light ring around the bin lid will begin to glow white, indicating the reset was successful.
Why wont my Roomba connect?
If your robot cannot be found in the network, reboot the robot and router, force close the iRobot HOME App, and retry the Wi-Fi setup process. If the problem persists, check your Wi-Fi settings on your router to confirm they are compatible with the Wi-Fi setup process.
How often do you have to empty Roomba i7?
But even Roomba has its share of annoyances, such as the need to empty its bin after each cleaning sortie. That’s why the i7 Plus is genius: It has a second vacuum built into the charging stand which sucks the dirt out of the Roomba and into a trash receptacle that you only need to empty once a month.
What does blue light mean on Roomba i7?
Blue ping: Virtual Wall detected. Flashing blue: Dirt Detect™ activated. Blue sweep forward: Emptying bin into Clean Base™ Automatic Dirt Disposal.