Coredy Robot vacuum cleaners are one of the best in the business. These professional robots are multifunctional and affordable. They are designed to meet all your daily cleaning needs.
Any machine can stop working at any time, so as these robotic vacuum cleaners. If you are worrying about why your vacuum cleaner has stopped working, this troubleshooting guide is for you. Here, we will cover the two best Coredy robot vacuum cleaners with their working problems and solutions.
Coredy L900X Robot Vacuum Cleaner
Problem No. 1: Coredy L900X fails to activate
- Battery is low
- The vacuum is not connected to a power source
- Charge the battery of your Coredy L900X
- Connect your vacuum to the power source
- Another solution is to reset the vacuum cleaner
Problem No. 2: Coredy L900X has completely stopped working during operation
- Low battery
- The machine is surrounded by obstacles, or it is trapped
- If the battery is too low, fully charge your vacuum cleaner to make it operational
- Clear away obstacles that are causing the machine to stop its operation. Also, sometimes, the machine gets suspended in the air. In this situation, you need to place the robot in a new position that is near the original position and turn on the device again.
- If nothing works, turn the vacuum off and then restart it.
Problem No. 3: Coredy L900X fails to charge
- There is a problem with the charging base
- The vacuum’s charging contacts are not aligned with the charging contacts on the base
- Charging contacts are not cleaned
- If there is no power on the charging base and the indicator fails to light up, then it is suggested to replace the base.
- Align the charging contacts properly
- Take a dry cloth and clean the charging contacts
Problem No. 4: The robot is not collecting the garbage
- You have selected the lowest suction power level
Select the highest level of suction power so that the robot can easily collect all the garbage, dirt, and debris from your floors.
Problem No. 5: The rolling brush is not rotating
- The rolling brush is not clean
- Improper installation of the rolling brush and brush guard
- If the rolling brush is not clean, make it clean by taking out the rolling brush, rolling brush cover, roller joint, and suction inlet.
- Install the rolling brush and brush guard in a proper way
Coredy R750 Robot Vacuum Cleaner
Problem No. 1: Coredy R750 is not charging
- Problem with the indicator on the charging base
- Charging contacts have accumulated dust
- If the charging base indicator fails to light up, repair or replace the charging base. Also, if there is no beep when the robot sits on the charging base, repairing or replacing the charging base is needed.
- Remove the accumulated dust from the charging contacts
Problem No. 2: Coredy R750 fails to activate
- The main power switch is off
- The charging of the battery is low
- The remote control is not within the range of the robot
- Turn on the main power switch
- Charge the battery to activate the robot
- Take the remote control near the robot to activate it. Also, replace the batteries of the remote control if needed.
Problem no. 3: Coredy R750 has suddenly stopped working
- Obstacles are around the robot
- The battery charging is too low
- Remove the obstacles to allow easy movement
- Charge the battery
- If the problem continues, restart the robot
How to Troubleshoot Cliff Sensor in Coredy Vacuum Cleaner?
Robotic vacuum cleaners are pretty similar to us humans. Coredy vacuum cleaners come with cliff sensors that use infrared and photocell technology to guide the vacuum cleaner in the right direction. Cliff sensors make the vacuum aware when it is near a cliff, such as stairs or a balcony.
The cliff sensors help avoid accidents while your Coredy vacuum is running. If these sensors are not installed, the cleaner will fall from stairs and harm itself, or it may cause you some injuries as well. However, these sensors can stop working from time to time due to dust and debris accumulation.
The good news is that you can troubleshoot a faulty cliff sensor yourself. This section of the article will discuss how you can clean cliff sensors on your Coredy vacuum cleaner.
Follow the steps below for cleaning the cliff sensors on your Coredy vacuum cleaner!
- Place your vacuum cleaner on a flat table and make sure that it is powered off.
- Empty the dust bin and clean the filter.
- Remove and clean the main brush.
- Remove the bumper by unscrewing all the screws on it.
- Check if the bumper is stuck by debris. If it is clean, place it back.
- Reinstall the cleaned main brush.
- The cliff sensors are located on the side of the machine near the bumper, as shown in the image below.
- Most models have three cliff sensors. Two are located on the sides, and one is located on the top corner of the vacuum cleaner. Wipe them with a clean microfiber cloth. Be gentle with them as rubbing too hard can damage the sensors.
- Check if the wheel is stuck by pushing the wheel repeatedly. Remove any stuck debris or dust on wheels and ensure that they move freely.
- The last step is to install the dustbin.
- Test your Coredy vacuum cleaner to ensure that it is now working smoothly.
What to do if the cliff sensors don’t work or my vacuum cleaner doesn’t have them?
Don’t worry if your vacuum cleaner doesn’t have cliff sensors. Coredy sells virtual wall barriers for its customers. It is a device placed in the area you want your cleaner to clean, and then the vacuum will work in the specified location and will not fall or get blocked.
What do Error 9 and Error 10 indicate in Coredy L900X?
Error 9 indicates that the front infrared sensor of the robot has dust and needs proper cleaning. On the other hand, Error 10 means that the right wall sensor has dust accumulation.
What do Errors S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, and S6 indicate in Coredy L900X, and how to solve these issues?
S1 error indicates the battery error.
Solution: First of all, make sure the battery is properly connected. Also, higher or lower battery temperatures show the S1 error. Therefore, you need to wait until the battery hits the normal temperatures and then restart the device.
S2 error indicates the wheel module error.
Solution: Sometimes, wheels get stuck due to dirt and dust accumulation. To solve this issue, remove dust from the wheels and restart the robot.
S3 error indicates the side brush error.
Solution: When the side brush gets stuck in any object, the S3 error occurs. So, if that is the case, remove the object and restart the vacuum.
S4 error indicates the suction fan error.
Solution: If the fan blades get stuck in any object, you get the S4 error. So, remove that object and restart the machine.
Also, check the dust collector and filter and clean them if required.
S5 error indicates the rolling brush error.
Solution: You need to clean the roller brush along with the roller brush cover, roller joint, and suction inlet.
S6 error indicates the laser sensor error.
Solution: Cleaning the laser sensor will help you get rid of the S6 error.
What does the red light indicate on Coredy R750?
Lightening red Indicator:
- If the robot says one beep, its front driving wheel is stuck that needs cleaning.
- If there are two beeps, then there is a problem with the side brush that needs cleaning.
- Three beeps indicate a problem with the vacuum fan. Or when the filter of the robot gets clogged, you hear three beeps.
To troubleshoot the problem, first, make the dustbin empty and clean the filter of the robot. Also, check the vacuum inlet to find any blockage. If there is some blockage, remove it.
- When the rolling brush of the Coredy R750 gets stuck, you hear four beeps.
To solve this issue, you need to clean the brush and the brush guard.
Flashing red indicator:
- A flashing red indicator with two beeps tells that the bumper of the robot is stuck. To deal with this problem, you need to remove any debris by tapping the bumper of the robot.
- Three beeps indicate the cliff sensors of the vacuum cleaner are unclean. So, it is necessary to clean them to solve the issue.
- If the battery level of the robot is quite low or the robot fails to come back to its dock, you hear four beeps.
To solve the issue, charge the robot or remove the obstacles blocking the robot from coming back to its dock.