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    Instruction Manual



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    Congratulations on the purchase of your ECOVACS ROBOTICS DEEBOT!
    We hope it brings you many years of satisfaction. We trust the purchase of your
    new robot will help keep your home clean and provide you more quality time to
    do other things.
    Live Smart. Enjoy Life.
    Should you encounter situations that have not been properly addressed in
    this Instruction Manual, please contact our Customer Service Center where a
    technician can address your specific problem or question.
    For more information, please visit the ECOVACS ROBOTICS official website:
    www.ecovacs.com
    The company reserves the right to make technological and/or design changes
    to this product for continuous improvement.

    Thank you for choosing DEEBOT!



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    Contents
    1. Important Safety Instructions���������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
    2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications�������������������������������������� 4
    2.1 Package Contents������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 4
    2.2 Specifications������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
    2.3 Product Diagram�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
    3. Operating and Programming����������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
    3.1 Notes Before Cleaning����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
    3.2 Quick Start������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 8
    3.3 Cleaning Pattern and Cleaning Mode Selection������������������������������������� 11
    3.4 Programming the Robot������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
    3.5 Choosing a Suction Option��������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
    3.6 Optional Advanced Wet/Dry Mopping System��������������������������������������� 17
    3.7 Alarm Indicator Light and Sounds���������������������������������������������������������� 20
    4. Maintenance������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 21
    4.1 Dust Bin and Filters�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
    4.2 Advanced Wet/Dry Cleaning Cloth, Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir�������� 22
    4.3 Main Brush, Direct Suction Option and Side Brushes���������������������������� 23
    4.4 Other Components��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 24
    5. Troubleshooting����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 25

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    1. Important Safety Instructions
    When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including
    the following:

    READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE.
    SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

    1. This Appliance is not intended to be used by children under 8 or anyone lacking knowledge
    on proper use. Supervision may be necessary. Do not allow children to sit on or play with
    the Appliance.
    2. Clear the area to be cleaned. Remove power cords and small objects from the floor that could
    entangle the Appliance. Tuck rug fringe under the rug base, and lift items such as curtains and
    tablecloths off the floor.
    3. If there is a drop off in the cleaning area due to a step or stairs, you should operate the
    Appliance to ensure that it can detect the step without falling over the edge. It may become
    necessary to place a physical barrier at the edge to keep the unit from falling. Make sure
    the physical barrier is not a trip hazard.
    4. Only use as described in this manual. Only use attachments recommended or sold by the
    manufacturer.
    5. Please make sure your power supply voltage matches the power voltage marked on the
    Charging Dock.
    6. For INDOOR household use ONLY. Do not use the Appliance in outdoor, commercial or
    industrial environments.
    7. Use only the original rechargeable battery and Charging Dock provided with the Appliance
    from the manufacturer. Non-rechargeable batteries are prohibited. For battery information,
    please refer to Specifications section.
    8. Do not use without dust bin and/or filters in place.
    9. Do not operate the Appliance in an area where there are lit candles or fragile objects.
    10. Do not use in extremely hot or cold environments (below -5˚C/23˚F or above 40˚C/104˚F).
    11. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from any openings and moving parts.
    12. Do not operate the Appliance in a room where an infant or child is sleeping.
    13. Do not use Appliance on wet surfaces or surfaces with standing water.
    14. Do not allow the Appliance to pick up large objects like stones, large pieces of paper or any
    item that may clog the Appliance.
    15. Do not use Appliance to pick up flammable or combustible materials such as gasoline, printer
    or copier toner, or use in areas where they may be present.
    16. Do not use Appliance to pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes,
    matches, hot ashes, or anything that could cause a fire.
    17. Do not put objects into the suction intake. Do not use if the suction intake is blocked. Keep the
    intake clear of dust, lint, hair, or anything that may reduce air flow.
    18. Take care not to damage the power cord. Do not pull on or carry the Appliance or Charging
    Dock by the power cord, use the power cord as a handle, close a door on the power cord, or
    pull power cord around sharp edges or corners. Do not run Appliance over the power cord.
    Keep power cord away from hot surfaces.
    19. If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent
    in order to avoid a hazard.
    20. Do not use the Charging Dock if it is damaged.
    21. Do not use with a damaged power cord or receptacle. Do not use the Appliance or Charging
    Dock if it is not working properly, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or come in
    contact with water. It must be repaired by the manufacturer or its service agent in order to
    avoid a hazard.

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    1. Important Safety Instructions
    22. Turn OFF the power switch before cleaning or maintaining the Appliance.
    23. The plug must be removed from the receptacle before cleaning or maintaining the Charging
    Dock.
    24. Remove the Appliance from the Charging Dock, and turn OFF the power switch to the Appliance
    before removing the battery for disposal of the Appliance.
    25. The battery must be removed and discarded according to local laws and regulations before
    disposal of the Appliance.
    26. Please dispose of used batteries according to local laws and regulations.
    27. Do not incinerate the Appliance even if it is severely damaged. The batteries can explode
    in a fire.
    28. When not using the Charging Dock for a long period of time, please unplug it.
    29. The Appliance must be used in accordance with the directions in this Instruction Manual.
    ECOVACS ROBOTICS cannot be held liable or responsible for any damages or injuries
    caused by improper use.

    For EU Countries

    Correct Disposal of this Product
    This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed of with other household
    wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health
    from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse
    of material resources. To recycle your used device, please use the return and collection
    systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can safely
    recycle this product.

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    2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
    2.1 Package Contents

    Robot

    Charging Dock

    Remote Control with
    Button Cell Battery

    Instruction Manual

    (4) Side Brushes

    Main Brush Option
    (pre-installed)

    Direct Suction Option

    (2) Advanced Wet/Dry
    Cleaning Cloths

    Advanced Wet/Dry
    Reservoir

    Replacement High
    Efficiency Filter+
    Sponge Filter

    Measuring Cup

    Reservoir Cleaning
    Solution

    2.2 Specifications
    Model
    Working Voltage

    DM88
    12V DC

    Charging Dock Model
    Rated Input Voltage
    Rated Output Current
    Remote Control Model
    Battery

    Rated Power

    30W

    CH1465A
    100-240V AC

    Rated Output Voltage

    20V DC

    1A

    Rated Power

    20W

    RC1521

    Input Voltage

    3V DC

    Ni-MH SC 3000mAh

    * Technical and design specifications may be changed in the course of continuous product improvement.

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    2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
    2.3 Product Diagram
    Robot
    4

    1
    2

    17 15 14

    16

    5

    10

    6

    11

    7
    8
    9

    12

    3

    13

    1. Top Cover
    2. Control Panel
    3. Anti-Collision Sensors
    4. Anti-Drop Sensors
    5. Charging Contacts
    6. Side Brushes
    7. Main Brush Option

    8. Driving Wheels
    9. Bottom Power Switch
    10. Universal Wheel
    11. Battery Cover
    12. Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir Slots
    13. Infrared Receiver for Remote
    Control

    14. Reset Button
    (For Customer Service Only)
    15. Dust Bin
    16. Main Brush Cover
    17. Multi-Function Cleaning Tool

    Control Panel
    1

    2

    1. AUTO Mode Button
    (One-touch START/PAUSE)
    2. Wi-Fi Indicator Light

    Charging Dock

    1

    1. Infrared Signal Generators
    2. Charging Dock Pins

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    2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
    Remote Control
    8
    1
    1. AUTO Mode Button
    2

    2. Direction Control Buttons

    3

    3. START/PAUSE Button

    6

    4
    5
    7

    4. Return to Charger Mode Button
    5. Single Room Mode Button
    6. Edge Cleaning Mode Button
    7. Network Setup Button
    8. Infrared Emitter

    Dust Bin
    1

    1. Dust Bin Handle
    2. Dust Bin Lock

    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    3. Filter Net
    4. Sponge Filter
    5. High Efficiency Filter
    6. Dust Bin Cover

    Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir

    1
    2
    3

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    1. Advanced Wet/Dry Cleaning Cloth
    2. Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir
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    3. Operating and Programming
    3.1 Notes Before Cleaning
    Before operating DEEBOT, take a few moments to survey the area to be
    cleaned and remove any obstacles.

    Remove power cords and small objects from
    the floor that could entangle the product.

    The product is not suitable for use on long-pile
    carpet. Before using the product near an area
    rug or on a short-pile area rug with tasseled
    edges, please fold area rug edges under
    themselves.

    Please be aware that the robot needs at
    least an 8 cm (3.15") clearance to clean
    under furniture without complications.

    If there is a step or stairs in the cleaning area,
    please operate DEEBOT to ensure its AntiDrop Sensors can detect the drop off. It may
    be necessary to place a physical barrier at the
    edge of the drop off to keep the unit from falling
    over the edge.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    When DEEBOT is cleaning using Programmed
    Cleaning Pattern, please do not stand in narrow
    spaces, such as hallways, or DEEBOT may fail
    to identify the area to be cleaned.

    3.2 Quick Start
    * Remove the Bumper Rail protection sponge
    on the DEEBOT before the first use.

    1 Charging Dock Placement
    Place the Charging Dock on a level
    floor surface against the wall with the
    base perpendicular to the ground. Keep
    the immediate area 1.5m (5') in front
    of the charger and 0.5m (1.6') on both
    sides of the charger clear of objects and
    reflective object surfaces.
    Plug the Charging Dock in.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    2 Install Side Brushes
    Attach Side Brushes to the bottom of
    DEEBOT by pressing a brush into each
    slot with the matching color until it clicks.

    3 Power ON
    Turn the robot’s Bottom Power Switch to
    the ON position. “I”=power ON; “O”=power
    OFF. Press and hold AUTO Mode Button
    on the robot. DEEBOT is powered ON
    when the AUTO Mode Button glows a
    continuous BLUE.

    ON

    * When DEEBOT is not cleaning, it is suggested to keep it powered ON and charging instead of
    powered OFF.

    4 Charge DEEBOT
    Place DEEBOT on the Charging Dock
    making sure the Charging Contacts on
    DEEBOT and the Charging Dock Pins make
    a connection.
    Charge DEEBOT for at least 4 hours before
    the first use.

    * Make sure to turn the robot’s Bottom Power Switch to the ON position before charging. (“I”=power
    ON; “O”=power OFF. The robot’s default setting is “O”.) DEEBOT is powered ON when the AUTO
    Mode Button glows a continuous BLUE.
    * AUTO Mode Button blinks when DEEBOT is charging. AUTO Mode Button stops glowing when
    DEEBOT is fully charged.
    * Remove the Water Reservoir before charging DEEBOT.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    5 Start
    Press the AUTO Mode Button on DEEBOT or
    on the Remote Control. DEEBOT starts to work
    immediately in AUTO Cleaning Mode using the
    default Random Cleaning Pattern.
    * To choose another Cleaning Mode or Cleaning
    Pattern, please refer to section 3.3 Cleaning
    Pattern and Cleaning Mode Selection for
    details.

    6 Pause
    Pause DEEBOT by pressing the AUTO Mode
    Button on DEEBOT or the START/PAUSE Button
    on the Remote Control.
    * Press AUTO Mode Button on DEEBOT or
    the START/PAUSE Button on the Remote
    Control to restart.

    * DEEBOT can be directed to move forward, backward, left and right using the Direction Control
    Buttons on the Remote Control when it is Paused. DEEBOT cleans when it is directed to move
    forward using the Remote Control.
    * The AUTO Mode Button on the robot's Control Panel stops glowing after the robot is paused for
    more than 5 minutes. Press AUTO Mode Button on the robot to wake up the robot, or press any
    button on the Remote Control to start the robot immediately.

    7 Power OFF
    Pause DEEBOT. Move the Bottom Power Switch to
    the OFF position.
    * When DEEBOT is not cleaning, it is suggested
    to keep it powered ON and charging.

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    OFF



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    3. Operating and Programming
    3.3 Cleaning Pattern and Cleaning Mode Selection
    DEEBOT has 2 Cleaning Patterns and several Cleaning Modes to choose from to effectively clean
    different floors. Cleaning Patterns and Cleaning Modes are selected using the Remote Control or
    the ECOVACS App. For more information on the ECOVACS App, see the separate ECOVACS App
    leaflet.

    Set Cleaning Pattern
    Set the cleaning pattern based on floor type.
    Random Cleaning Pattern (default pattern)

    Programmed Cleaning Pattern

    Random Cleaning Pattern is the robot's default
    pattern and should be set when cleaning
    carpet. In Random Pattern, DEEBOT cleans
    in a straight line and changes directions when it
    meets an obstacle.

    Programmed Cleaning Pattern should be set
    when cleaning bare floors. In Programmed
    Cleaning Pattern the robot plans the most efficient
    route, cleans in a back and forth straight-line
    pattern, returns to clean missed spots, then cleans
    room edges before completing the cleaning cycle.

    When Programmed Cleaning Pattern is Set:
    * DEEBOT automatically conducts route planning when cleaning. If the robot is paused, moved
    manually or directed by the Remote Control during cleaning, DEEBOT will reconfigure the route
    and restart. Therefore, avoid using the Remote Control or moving DEEBOT manually when it is
    cleaning to ensure efficiency.
    * DEEBOT may pause temporarily to recalculate its cleaning path. This is normal. Please be patient,
    the frequency and duration of the pause is determined by room complexity.
    * If the cleaning environment contains both bare floors and carpet, barriers (for example a closed
    door) should be set between different floor types and cleaning patterns should be set accordingly.
    If both floor types are to be cleaned in one cleaning cycle, Random Cleaning Pattern should be set.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    Press and hold the AUTO Mode Button on the
    Remote Control for 3 seconds. Programmed
    Cleaning Pattern is set when DEEBOT emits
    one beep. To switch back to Random Cleaning
    Pattern, press and hold the AUTO Mode Button
    on the Remote Control for 3 seconds. Random
    Cleaning Pattern is set when DEEBOT emits
    two beeps.

    3Ƞ

    Cleaning Patterns can also be set using the ECOVACS App.
    DEEBOT uses the set Cleaning Pattern when cleaning in AUTO Cleaning Mode and Single Room Cleaning
    Mode.

    Select Cleaning Mode
    1 AUTO Cleaning Mode
    This is the most commonly used mode and is
    good for every day cleaning.
    To start AUTO Cleaning Mode, press the AUTO
    Mode Button on the robot, on the Remote
    Control, or

    on the App main screen.

    * AUTO Cleaning Mode cleans using the Cleaning Pattern set in the previous step. Random
    Cleaning Pattern is best for carpet. Programmed Cleaning Pattern is best for bare floors.
    * When the cleaning cycle is complete, DEEBOT returns to the Charging Dock.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    2 Single Room Mode
    This mode is used when DEEBOT only needs to
    clean a single room with a maximum size of 30 m2
    (323 sq ft). To start Single Room Cleaning Mode,
    press the Single Mode Button on the Remote
    Control or

    on the App main screen.

    * Single Room Cleaning Mode cleans using the set Cleaning Pattern. Random Cleaning Pattern
    is best for carpet. Programmed Cleaning Pattern is best for bare floors.
    * The room must be contained for Single Room Mode to function properly. Close doors to the
    room entrance and exit to contain the room.

    3 Spot Cleaning Mode
    (2-5 minutes)
    This mode is applicable for a small area of highly
    concentrated dirt or dust. To start Spot Cleaning
    Mode, press

    on the App main screen. In

    Spot Cleaning Mode, DEEBOT focuses on a
    specific area to clean. DEEBOT cleans the area
    in a spiral pattern and returns to its starting point
    when it completes cleaning.
    * Spot Cleaning Mode can only be started
    using the App.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    4 Edge Cleaning Mode
    This mode is good for cleaning the edges and
    corners of a room. To start Edge Cleaning Mode,
    press the Edge Cleaning Mode Button on the
    Remote control or
    on the App main screen.
    In Edge Cleaning Mode, DEEBOT cleans along
    a border (e.g. wall), and returns to the Charging
    Dock when it completes cleaning.

    * Use the App to increase the suction power of any Cleaning Mode already in process. Press
    in the App for MAX suction power. Press

    to switch back to standard suction power.

    5 Return to Charger Mode
    When battery power gets low, DEEBOT
    automatically switches to Return to Charger Mode
    and returns to the Charging Dock to recharge itself.
    * DEEBOT can also be sent back to the
    Charging Dock at any time by pressing the
    Return to Charger Button on the Remote
    Control or

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    3. Operating and Programming
    3.4 Programming the Robot
    DEEBOT has an Intelligent Scheduling and a Time Scheduling function to schedule cleaning
    times. DEEBOT can be programmed to automatically clean once per day at the same time with
    Intelligent Scheduling using the robot’s Control Panel. DEEBOT can also be programmed weekly to
    clean up to two times per day at specific times with Time Scheduling using the App.
    * All scheduled cleanings are performed in AUTO Cleaning Mode using the Random Cleaning Pattern.

    Intelligent Scheduling
    1 Set Intelligent Scheduling
    DEEBOT can be scheduled to clean once per day at the same time, even if nobody is at home.
    Press the Auto Mode Button on the robot twice to set the current time as the scheduled cleaning time.
    Intelligent Scheduling is set successfully when the robot beeps twice. DEEBOT automatically cleans
    at the scheduled cleaning time every day.
    For example: Set Intelligent Scheduling successfully at 9:00am, and DEEBOT automatically cleans at
    9:00am every day.
    9:00AM

    x2

    2 Cancel Intelligent Scheduling
    Press the Auto Mode Button on the robot twice. Intelligent Scheduling is cancelled when the robot
    beeps three times.

    x2

    * To automatically clean at another time, first cancel the current Intelligent Scheduling, then set
    Intelligent Scheduling again at the desired time.
    * If DEEBOT is powered OFF, Intelligent Scheduling is cancelled.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    Time Scheduling
    Set Time Scheduling
    DEEBOT can be programmed weekly to clean multiple times per day at specific times using the
    ECOVACS App.
    Open the ECOVACS App. Press “
    ” in top right corner on the App's main screen. Set new
    scheduled cleanings and cancel existing scheduled cleanings in "Time Scheduling."
    * Please allow at least 7 hours between scheduled cleaning times.

    3.5 Choosing a Suction Option
    The robot has 2 interchangeable suction options for your convenience.
    Main Brush Option: The best choice for deep
    cleaning with a combination of the Main Brush
    and strong suction. The Main Brush Option
    comes pre-installed in DEEBOT.

    Install the Direct Suction Option
    Turn the robot over. Push both buttons on the
    Main Brush Option and remove the Main Brush
    Cover. Remove the Main Brush.
    Line up the Direct Suction Option tabs with the
    slots on the bottom of the robot. Press until the
    component clicks into place.

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    Direct Suction Option: The best choice for
    daily cleaning with the Main Brush removed for
    direct suction. This Suction Option is specifically
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    3. Operating and Programming
    Install the Main Brush Option
    Turn the robot over. Push both buttons on
    the Direct Suction Option and remove Direct
    Suction Option.
    Insert the Main Brush into the bottom of the
    robot.
    Line up the Main Brush Cover tabs with the
    slots on the bottom of the robot. Press until the
    component clicks into place.

    3.6 Optional Advanced Wet/Dry Mopping System
    DEEBOT has an optional Advanced Wet/Dry Mopping System using an Advanced Wet/Dry
    Cleaning Cloth attached to a proprietary Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir. The washable/reusable
    Cleaning Cloth automatically damp mops and then dries the floor to a spotless clean.
    * Do not use the mopping system on carpet.
    * When using the mopping system, fold area rug edges under themselves so DEEBOT will avoid
    the rug.
    * When using the mopping system, do not stop the robot and allow it to stand still. This prevents
    the Cleaning Cloth from leaving water on the floor.
    * Remove the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir before charging DEEBOT.

    1 Attach Advanced Wet/Dry Cleaning
    Cloth to the Reservoir
    Attach the Advanced Wet/Dry Cleaning Cloth to
    the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir. Ensure that the
    blue and white side of the Cleaning Cloth faces out.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    2 Add Water to the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir
    * Before adding water to the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir remove the Advanced Wet/Dry
    Reservoir from the bottom of the robot.
    Fill the provided Measuring Cup with water. Open the Water Inlet lid on the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir
    and slowly pour water from the Measuring Cup into the Reservoir. Close the Water Inlet lid.

    Attach the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir to
    the bottom of the robot. Insert the tabs on
    the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir into the
    Advanced Wet/Dry ReservoirSlots on the
    bottom of the robot until you hear a click.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    3 Start
    Select the desired Cleaning Mode. DEEBOT
    sweeps. lifts, vacuums, mops and dries in
    the selected mode.

    * It is suggested to select Single Room Mode when using the optional Advanced Wet/Dry
    Mopping System for maximum efficiency.
    * To mop another room, move DEEBOT to the room to be cleaned, refill the Water Reservoir/
    change the Cleaning Cloth as needed and restart.
    * If DEEBOT is Paused during mopping to refill the Water Reservoir or change the Cleaning
    Cloth, DEEBOT will reconfigure its cleaning route, and restart the cleaning cycle.

    4 Remove
    After DEEBOT finishes mopping, remove the
    Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir from DEEBOT,
    empty any remaining water from the Reservoir,
    and remove the Advanced Wet/Dry Cleaning
    Cloth.

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    3. Operating and Programming
    3.7 Alarm Indicator and Sounds
    If DEEBOT detects a problem and needs your assistance, it emits alarm beeps and the
    AUTO Mode Button flashes RED.
    Alarm Sound

    Problems

    Solution

    One Beep

    Driving Wheel Malfunction

    Check Driving Wheels for tangled hair or
    debris and clean as described in section
    4 Maintenance.

    Driving Wheel Malfunction

    Turn over the robot. Press Driving
    Wheels to check for a clicking sound.
    If they do not click, please contact
    Customer Service.

    DEEBOT gets into trouble
    while working and stops

    Manually remove the obstacles and
    restart DEEBOT.

    Four Beeps

    Dust Bin Malfunction

    Remove the Dust Bin and re-install it
    properly. If the robot still emits the alarm,
    please contact Customer Service.

    Five Beeps

    Low Battery

    Manually place the robot on the Charging
    Dock to charge.

    Six Beeps

    Side Brush Malfunction

    Check Side Brushes for tangled hair or
    debris and clean as described in section
    4 Maintenance.

    Anti-Drop Sensor
    Malfunction

    Check Anti-Drop Sensors for dust
    and clean as described in section 4
    Maintenance.

    Three Beeps

    Seven Beeps

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    4. Maintenance
    Before performing cleaning and maintenance, power OFF DEEBOT and unplug the Charging Dock.

    4.1 Dust Bin and Filters
    Cleaning the Dust Bin and Filters
    Open the robot’s Top Cover and remove the Dust Bin. Open the Dust Bin Lock and empty the Dust Bin.

    Remove the filters. Pat the High Efficiency Filter clean. Do not rinse the High Efficiency Filter under water.

    Rinse the Sponge Filter, Dust Bin and Filter Net
    under running water.

    Dry the Dust Bin and filters completely before
    reinstalling.

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    4. Maintenance
    4.2 Advanced Wet/Dry Cleaning Cloth an Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir
    Cleaning the Advanced Wet/Dry Cleaning Cloth
    If the mopping system was used, remove the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir from the bottom of DEEBOT and
    remove the Advanced Wet/Dry Cleaning Cloth.
    Empty any remaining water from the Reservoir.
    Wash the Cleaning Cloth by hand, and lay flat to dry.

    Cleaning the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir
    If the mopping system was used, remove the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir from the bottom of
    DEEBOT.
    Empty any remaining water from the Reservoir, and set out to dry.
    Wipe the outside of the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir with a dry cloth.
    If the Advanced Wet/Dry Reservoir does not run out of water after DEEBOT cleans for 60 minutes,
    the water outlets on the Reservoir are clogged. Clean the Reservoir with the provided ECOVACS
    Reservoir Cleaning Solution according to the instructions on the bottle of the solution.

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    4. Maintenance
    4.3 Main Brush, Direct Suction Option and Side Brushes
    * A Multi-Function Cleaning Tool is provided for easy maintenance. Handle with care, this
    cleaning tool has sharp edges.

    Cleaning the Main Brush
    Turn the robot over. Push both buttons on the Main Brush Option and remove the Main Brush
    cover. Remove the Main Brush. Use the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool to cut off and remove any
    hair tangled around the Main Brush.
    Clean any tangled hair or debris from both ends of the Main Brush and inside the plastic caps.

    Cleaning the Direct Suction Option
    Wipe the Direct Suction Option clean with a dry
    cloth.

    Cleaning the Side Brushes
    Remove any hair or debris tangled around the Side
    Brushes with the provided Multi-Function Cleaning
    Tool. Remove the Side Brushes and wipe the Side
    Brushes and their slots with a clean cloth.

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    4. Maintenance
    4.4 Other Components
    Use the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool to cut
    off and remove any hair tangled around the
    Universal Wheel.

    Wipe the Anti-Drop Sensors with the brush or
    felt side of the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool to
    maintain their effectiveness.

    Wipe the robot’s Charging Contacts and Charging Docks Pins with the brush of the Multi-Function
    Cleaning Tool or with a dry cloth to maintain their effectiveness.

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    5. Troubleshooting
    Please use this chart to troubleshoot common problems using DEEBOT.
    No.

    1

    2

    3

    Malfunction

    DEEBOT will not
    charge.

    DEEBOT will not
    return to the Charging
    Dock.

    DEEBOT gets into
    trouble while working
    and stops.

    Possible Causes

    Solutions

    DEEBOT is not powered
    ON.

    Move the robot’s Bottom Power Switch
    to the ON position.

    DEEBOT has not made a
    connection with the Charging
    Dock.

    Be sure that the robot’s Charging
    Contacts have made a connection
    with the Charging Dock Pins. You may
    move the robot manually to make the
    connection if necessary.

    The Charging Dock is
    unplugged while DEEBOT is
    powered ON, which causes
    battery consumption.

    Plug in the Charging Dock and ensure
    DEEBOT is powered ON. Keep
    DEEBOT on the Charging Dock to
    make sure it has full battery to work at
    any time.

    The battery is completely
    discharged.

    Re-activate the battery.

    The Charging Dock is placed
    incorrectly.

    Please refer to section 3.2 Quick Start
    for details on proper Charging Dock
    placement.

    DEEBOT is tangled with
    something on the floor
    (electrical cords, drooping
    curtains, area rug fringe
    etc.).

    DEEBOT will try various ways
    to get itself out of trouble. If it is
    unsuccessful, manually remove the
    obstacles and restart.

    The Side Brushes are
    tangled with hair or debris,
    and low rotation speed
    causes DEEBOT to Pause
    and triggers an alarm.

    Check Side Brushes for tangled hair or
    debris, clean as described in section 4
    Maintenance and restart. If the Side
    Brushes still rotate slowly, please
    contact Customer Service.

    The Main Brush is stuck,
    and low rotation speed
    causes DEEBOT to Pause
    and triggers an alarm.

    Remove the Main Brush Cover and
    remove the Main Brush. Clean any
    tangled hair or debris on the Main
    Brush as described in section 4
    Maintenance and restart. If DEEBOT
    does not function normally, replace the
    Main Brush.

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    5. Troubleshooting
    No.

    4

    5

    6

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    Malfunction

    DEEBOT returns to the
    Charging Dock before it
    finishes cleaning.

    DEEBOT will not
    clean automatically at
    scheduled time.

    DEEBOT misses the
    spots to be cleaned.

    Possible Causes

    Solutions

    When battery power gets
    low, DEEBOT automatically
    switches to Return to Charger
    Mode and returns to the
    Charging Dock to recharge
    itself.

    This is normal. No solution necessary.

    Working time varies
    according to floor surface,
    room complexity and the
    selected Cleaning Mode.

    This is normal. No solution necessary.

    Intelligent Scheduling/
    Time Scheduling function is
    cancelled.

    Set Intelligent Scheduling or Time
    Scheduling. Please refer to section 3.4
    Programming the Robot for details.

    DEEBOT is powered OFF.

    Power ON DEEBOT.

    The robot’s battery is low.

    Keep DEEBOT powered ON and on
    the Charging Dock to make sure it has
    full battery to work at any time.

    The robot’s components
    are blocked and/or its
    components are tangled with
    debris.

    Turn the robot’s power OFF, clean the
    Dust Bin and invert the robot. Clean
    the robot's Main Brush, Side Brushes
    and other components as described in
    section 4 Maintenance.

    Items on the floor in the
    cleaning area need to be put
    away.

    Please refer to section 3.1 Notes
    Before Cleaning for details.

    Cleaning frequency is too
    low.

    Daily cleaning is suggested to obtain
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    5. Troubleshooting
    No.

    7

    Malfunction

    Remote Control failure
    (Effective control
    change of the Remote
    Control is 5m (16’).

    Possible Causes

    Solutions

    The battery in the Remote
    Control need to be replaced.

    Replace with a new battery making
    sure it is installed correctly.

    DEEBOT is powered OFF or
    the robot’s battery is low.

    Make sure DEEBOT is powered ON
    and fully charged.

    The infrared signal cannot
    be transmitted because the
    Infrared Emitter on Remote
    Control or the Infrared
    Receiver on DEEBOT is
    dirty.

    Use clean dry cloth or the brush
    side of the provided Multi-Function
    Cleaning Tool to wipe the Infrared
    Emitter on Remote Control and the
    Infrared Receiver on DEEBOT.

    There is other equipment
    interfering with the infrared
    signal to DEEBOT.

    Avoid using the Remote Control near
    other equipment using infrared signals.

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