How do I change the brush on my Roomba?
How do I replace the Roomba® side brush?
- Loosen the side brush screw with a screwdriver or coin.
- Remove the side brush.
- Install the replacement side brush by firmly pressing it onto the side brush post.
- Tighten the screw, being careful to not over-tighten the screw.
What is the cleaning head module on Roomba?
This cleaning head module will work with all 500 & 600 series Roomba iRobot vacuum cleaners. This item will alleviate the constant message for your Roomba asking for you to inspect and clean your brushes.
How do you take apart a Roomba wheel?
Steps to remove the Roomba side wheels
- Remove the side brush. Only one bolt holds the side brush. …
- Take out the base plate by loosening these four bolts. …
- Three bolts hold each side wheel in place. …
- Don’t loosen all the way, just enough to extract the wheel assembly. …
- Wheels are out.
Why does my Roomba keep saying clean debris extractors?
If the message persists after cleaning, you may need replacement brushes or extractors. Please visit the iRobot Store – Parts and Accessories or use an authorized retailer to order a part. If you believe you’re in warranty, please contact iRobot Customer Care..
Why is my Roomba making a loud noise?
If you are noticing your Roomba becoming louder it can be a sign of worn brushes and filter or debris build up in them. We would recommend removing the brushes and brush end caps for thorough cleaning and making sure the filter is clean (or changed). If you need assistance we are always here to help with your Roomba.
Why does my Roomba keep stopping?
A iRobot Roomba will keep stopping because of one of two things: the iRobot Roomba is stuck and cannot move, or something is stuck inside the main brush roller. Once you clean the cylinder brush thoroughly, an iRobot Roomba should work normally.