How do I reconnect my Roomba Wi-Fi?
On the Roomba itself, tap and hold the buttons with the target icon and the home icon until the Roomba makes a tone. Your vacuum will take a moment to connect to your Wi-Fi network. Once it’s done, you should see a screen like the one on the right.
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 do I reset my Roomba Wi-Fi?
Press and hold HOME and SPOT Clean buttons on your robot for 10 seconds. When the button is released, Roomba will play the reboot tone. Wi-Fi connected Roomba 800 series. The reboot procedure is the same for Roomba 500 & 600 series, and also Wi-Fi connected Roomba 600 & 800 series.
Do all roombas connect to WiFi?
Not all Roomba models are WiFi connected so make sure you have the right model before you attempt this process. The WiFi connected models are; Roomba 690, Roomba 890, Roomba 960 and Roomba 980. You can also check your product manual for information on whether it can be connected to WiFi.
Why is Roomba offline?
If the battery of the robot is empty, the robot is going to be displayed as offline. Please make sure that the robot is charged, just press the power button on the robot and check the battery status.
How do you reset the iRobot?
Press and hold the Home, Spot Clean, and Clean buttons simultaneously. Then, wait for the light ring around the Clean button to begin swirling. Once there’s a light ring, let go of the three buttons. Now, the Roomba will restart, signaling the end of the factory reset process.
Why is my Roomba flashing orange?
The flashing orange light means it senses that the battery has been discharged and when docked it is recharging. Do not interrupt the cycle of charging the orange blinking light will cease and the unit should operate normally once charging is complete.
Download Article. Press the dock button on your Roomba. Look for the “Home” button along the top of your device—this is a small, circular button to the left of the larger “Clean” button. Press this button once to send your Roomba back to its Home Base.