Roomba Not Charging: Troubleshooting Tips
If you’re having trouble getting your Roomba to charge, don’t turmoil–we have some tips here to help you get it back on the road.
Check your Power Supply
The first step should be to check the power supply. Make sure the power cord is plugged securely into a wall outlet that is not controlled by a switch, such as a light switch or timer.
If you have tried plugging it into other outlets and it does not charge, try charging it from a different power source, such as a laptop or another computer.
The next step is to ensure that there are no obstacles blocking the Roomba’s charging base. If the Roomba is too far away from the charging base or other items, such as cords or furniture, are in the way, it could be preventing it from connecting and charging.
Replace Batteries or Power Supply
If your Roomba still isn’t charging, it is possible that the battery needs to be replaced. The Roomba has a built-in battery-level indicator, so check to see if the battery in your unit is still holding a good charge. If not, it may need to be replaced.
You may also need to replace the power supply if the power cord is broken or frayed.
While Roomba not charging can be frustrating, following these steps should help you get it up and running again in no time.
Tip: If all else fails, contact Roomba’s customer service for assistance.
Good luck and happy charging!