In some cases, your system may display an error telling you how to find the product key on the Windows Vista CD. There can be many reasons for this error to occur.
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Did your Roomba just warn you and give you a dreaded error code? Do not panic! Some mistakes are very easy to fix. Check out the detailed troubleshooting information for Roomba.
Different models behave slightly differently when displaying certain error codes: some simply beep, others indicate the error in words. But, fortunately, the error codes themselves are usually the same for different models.
The following error codes apply to Roomba 500, 600, 700 and 800 series:
Clean Up Error
Beep 1/Error 1 (Roomba Sixhundred and 600 Series)
Roomba says “Error 1: move Roomba to a new location and press CLEAN to start.” This is usually caused by Roomba getting stuck or part of the wheel hanging off.
Remedy: Flip the Roomba over and inspect the segmented wheels, removing any hair and dirt stuck to them, and press down on the wheels to make sure they slide and slide freely. Finally, move Roomba to another location and click Clean to see if the error is now fixed.
1 beep “No or speech error” (Roomba 700 and 800 series)
How do I find my vista product key?
You can find the core product on the Windows Vista CD case or on the Windows Vista CD case. Note. If Windows Vista was preinstalled by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), the product key appears on a sticker on the computer case.
Make sure the dust bin is properly positioned at the top rear of Roomba.
2 signals or error 2
Message from Roomba: “Error 2. Open Roomba’s brush cage and clean the brushes thoroughly.” If you are getting this type of error, the brushes are the most likely cause. It’s always possible that you don’t clean your Roomba brush heads often enough and the bristles are also preventing the brushes from turning properly.
Troubleshooting: Remove the hair following the instructions in this video:
Where do I find my 25 digit product key?
Microsoft retail product keys are usually a light-colored sticker that comes with the CD or DVD or on the back of each of our cases. The key consists of 25 alphanumeric characters, usually divided into groups of five.
Tip: Isn’t it too boring to clean the brushes of old models? Newer Roomba models use the 860 and 960 models, which replace the old brushes with any type of bristle-free rollers, making Roomba maintenance much easier.
5 beeps / Error 5
Roomba tends to display “Error Message 5: Rotate Roomba’s wheels to clear them.” This error indicates that only one of the wheels is blocked, which can usually be caused by: a significant obstruction to one of the vehicle’s tires.
Remedy: Remove all hair and debris from the wheel the locomotive and make sure the wheels turn freely.
6 signals / 6
Where is the product key located?
As a general rule, if you purchased a physical copy because of Windows, the product key should remain on the label or card in the box where Windows was found. If Windows is pre-installed on your PC, the product key should appear on a sticker on the new device.
Roomba’s error reads: “Error 6. Move Roomba to a new solid hard location, then press CLEAN to restart.” This occurs in one of the following situations: (1) the edge sensors may be dirty, or (2) Roomba may be described as being stuck, on the edge of a certain cliff, or on a dark facade (which looks like a rock to help Roomba).
Remedy: Clean the edge sensors with a rag and also blow them out with compressed air, then actually move Roomba to a new good location and press CLEAN when you want to restart it.
7 beeps / error 7
How do I find my Windows CD key?
Press Windows Critical Point + X.Click Command Prompt (Admin)In this special prompt, enter: wmic path SoftwareLicensingService get OA3xOriginalProductKey. This will bring up our own product key. Volume license product key activation.
How to solve the problem: To test them, remove obstacles and move the wheels up and down to remove dirt. Spin the motor wheels by hand to make sure they move wide. Beeps
9 / error 9
Roomba will probably say “Mistake 9: Click on Roomba’s bumpers to clear them.” This happens when the bumper sensors are dirty or the exact area between the Roomba unit and therefore the bumpers is dirty.
How to start a problemus: tap the fender a few times first to loosen the dirt and even make sure it can snap back into place. If this process does not resolve the error, you may need to clean the gap between the Roomba bumpers. This will erase the deposited money and also clean the sensors on the wings.
10 signals / Error 10
“Error 10: Rotate Roomba’s side wheels to clear them.” This means Roomba’s side wheels (two good sized wheels) can’t turn, or Roomba is unfortunately stuck somehow.
How to fix: If Roomba is stuck somewhere, just move it to a new location and press CLEAN to reset it. Otherwise, check the person’s side wheels to make sure there are no obstructions preventing them from turning. Push in and out all the wheels to loosen the dirt and turn the machine by hand to make sure they don’t usually stick to the postman (like hair). error
This can also happen if you have a large house entrance with very few items. To solve this problem, use virtual walls to separate thecarved area into several smaller areas. For more information on this issue, see this forum post.
“Error 11” is essentially the same error as error 10.
4-tone low battery alert
How to solve the problem: Fully charge Roomba. Also follow these steps to extend Roomba’s battery life: