bObi has four floor detection sensors on her underside that warn her not to drive over ledges and stop her from falling down stairs.
If you notice bObi acting differently, try this home check up test. It will let you know whether or not bObi's sensors, motors, and parts are all working properly. After performing this diagnostic, you'll know if an error was caused by something environmental or internal.
When you first receive bObi, the battery is not plugged in. Luckily all you need is a Phillips head screwdriver to install it before bObi starts working for you.
These instructions are applicable to both bObsweep models. Follow the video or text descriptions to replace the disinfecting UV lamp on your automatic vacuum.
A step-by-step guide to replacing the side brush motor on bObsweep Standard or Pethair. Follow the video or multimedia directions in order to open up bObsweep, remove the main board, replace the side brush motor, then close your vacuum for future use.
Both bObsweep Standard and Pethair models have two bumper sensors inside their covers. Whenever Bob runs into an obstacle, the sensors tell Bob to back away.
The bumper for bObsweep Pethair and Standard are installed the same way. It holds the sensors that allow Bob to see any obstacles in his path. If a repair of the wall detection sensors is needed, the steps for replacing the whole bumper are the same when working on either bObsweep model.
bObi has a mop cloth and trailing bar that can be used any time you want her to wash tile or hardwood flooring.
With just a Phillips head screwdriver and this walk-through, you can open and close any bObi robot vacuum. So long as you have a replacement wheel, follow these steps to install it yourself.
One of the quickest repairs for bObi is replacing the main brush motor. To do this, you'll need a Phillips head screwdriver and a replacement main brush motor.
Every bObi robotic vacuum works best with a clean dustbin and brushes. Luckily all of bObi's parts are easy to remove and wash, so you can do so whenever you notice large amounts of debris collected.
bObsweep Standard and Pethair both come with their lithium-ion battery installed for you. But if you ever need to remove and replace the battery on either model, follow the walk through below.
The guide will walk you through a power switch replacement on a bObsweep Standard or Pethair. It includes:
A quick and easy guide to setting up the mop feature on bObsweep Pethair or Standard. When the mop pad is properly attached, Bob will simultaneously sweep, vacuum, and mop all reachable spaces.
If you're ever worried about your bObsweep's well being, you can always do a home check-up test to make sure all of bOb's parts are in working shape. As long as bOb has some charge, you can diagnose any potential issues by following the video guide for performing bObsweep Standard's check up test.
If bObsweep Pethair is behaving differently, there is a check-up test you can do from home. Perform this diagnostic test to make sure bOb is functional or find the cause of anything that challenges his cleaning ability.
bObsweep robotic vacuums automatically clean whenever instructed to do so by an owner or because of a pre-programmed schedule.
bObsweep Standard and Pethair are made to easily transition between a variety of floor types, so they function efficiently in most spaces.
Any bObsweep vacuum needs regular maintenance at home. All owners should know how to change and clean the main and side brushes, empty the dustbin, and replace the filters inside.