If the guy went through 3 replacements then I'd assume the software
cannot deal with something in the physical environment. Does it only
go into these spins in a secific area, time of day?
May be a pattern recognition or light polution issue. There are some
Roomba user groups out there that should be consulted though.
Here's the Yahoo! one:
--- In email@example.com, David Calkins - RSA <dcalkins@r...> wrote:
> Anyone know? Or want to examine a ROomba?
> Quoting LndSchneid@a...:
> > Okay, this might be a superficial request given all of the
> > you're doing. I live in El Cerrito and I bought one of those
> > vacuums a couple of years ago. I love it and I've had it replaced
> > already because there's no maintenance or repair available here and
> > it goes into
> > these ongoing spins that don't stop. Do you know anyone involved
> > who might be willing to figure out how to fix this for me? Otherwise
> > I'm giving
> > up on it and I really don't want to. I'm near a BART station and
can take it
> > to someone.
> > Linda Schneider