Here we will help you identify the problem your iRobot Roomba vacuum cleaner might have if it stops working . . .
iRobot Roomba Suction Not Working – Why and How To Fix
If your iRobot Roomba vacuum stops sucking dirt, the problem could be that the filter is clogged. To solve the problem, you will need to clean the filter. Follow the quick and easy steps below to clean your iRobot vacuum filter . . .
Step 1. Look for a switch with the logo of a trash can. Press it, then take out the vacuum tray.
Step 2. Remove the small red filter from the vacuum tray.
Step 3. Gently tap the filter on the side of a dustbin or sink to get rid of any loose dirt.
Step 4. Reconnect the filter to the vacuum tray.
Step 5. Reconnect the vacuum tray to the vacuum. It should start working properly now.
iRobot Vacuum Not Working – How To Fix
If your iRobot vacuum stops working, the problem could be that it needs to be calibrated. Hold the CLEAN button for about twenty seconds until you see white swirling light then try to turn the vacuum on again.