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The batteries listed here are compatible with select 600, 700, 800, and 900-series options. Make sure to read carefully what model each battery is compatible with to avoid the hassle of having to return the item. Note that three Roomba generations have similar battery placements and designs. But there may be variances with the pin configuration.

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The Roomba E and I-Series robots use the same type of battery. So all of these are interchangeable. Consumers will have options to go with an original iRobot branded battery or a replacement. Check the options below for more information.

Before hitting the buy button, make sure to check and double-check if the battery is compatible with your Roomba robot. The last thing you want is buying the wrong battery and waste time shipping it back to the seller.

Is your iRobot Roomba i7, not charging when connected to the Home Base? Is your device not turning on? In order to fix this problem, you must remove and replace the battery in your device. This guide will help you replace the battery on your iRobot Roomba i7.

The battery for the iRobot Roomba i7 is located in the the center of the device, directly in front of the iRobot Roomba i7 dual roller rubber brush system. The function of the battery is to store, and provide electricity to the entire device. The average run time of the iRobot Roomba i7 is 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Battery Disposal: Never dispose of old batteries in the trash. For proper disposal, take it to your local battery recycling facility. You can find one by doing a quick internet search for "battery recycling facility" and including your zip/postal code or city name in the search. Also, check out and plug in your zip/postal code. This will show you all of the registered drop-off locations near you.

With proper care, one iRobot Roomba battery can last for hundreds of cleaning cycles before you need to replace it. Here are some things you can do to extend Roomba's battery life and keep Roomba cleaning at peak performance:

Charge and store your Roomba in a cool, dry place. Keep your Roomba out of direct sunlight and away from sources of heat such as windows, radiators, heating vents, and large appliances. Remove the battery when not using your Roomba for a long period of time. If you will not be using your Roomba for more than a few weeks, fully charge the battery, remove it, and store it in a cool, dry place. When you want to use your Roomba again, insert the battery and fully charge it.

Additional tips for maintaining battery performance: Roomba Discovery Series models: Occasionally reset the Roomba by removing the battery and holding down the Power button for at least 5 seconds. Then reinstall the battery, charge it and run a Max cycle without the Home Base present (you can simply unplug the Home Base for this cycle).

One of the best innovations in the robot vacuum space in recent years has been the development of models that can empty their own dustbins. Aside from offering more convenience than traditional models, they significantly limit your exposure to dust, a big plus if you suffer from allergies. Vacuums with this feature typically cost around $1,000, however, which is a lot more than most people are able or willing to spend. That makes the Roomba i3+ EVO especially appealing; at $549.99, it's iRobot's most affordable model with a self-emptying dustbin. Its battery life isn't spectacular and its smart mapping capabilities are limited to a single floor, but depending on your needs and budget, it might be the right model for you.

The i3+ EVO has three buttons on the top: a large Clean/Power button in the middle, flanked by Home and Spot Clean buttons on either side. Around the Clean/Power button is a Light Ring Indicator, which stays off most of the time, but pulses white when the robot is charging, shines solid white when it's fully charged, pulses red when the battery is low, shines blue when it's searching for the Clean Base, and flashes blue when it's in Dirt Detect mode (more on this below).

In testing, the i3+ EVO cleaned for almost 90 minutes before its battery ran low and it navigated back to its Clean Base. That's better than the i7+ and s9+, both of which lasted just 60 minutes in testing, but it's short of the Roomba 675, which ran for up to 104 minutes on a charge, as well as several other models we've tested that cross the 100-minute mark.

Though the i3+ EVO doesn't have the best battery life, its ability to return to where it left off is a nice feature. For instance, on one test run, it only cleaned for about an hour before returning to its base. The app said the robot would pick up where it left off in about 77 minutes and, indeed, after recharging, the vacuum resumed the job for another 24 minutes until the task was complete.

I have laminate, tile, and carpet in my home, and the i3+ EVO had no problem passing over thresholds from one type of flooring to another. When its battery ran low, it successfully navigated back to its Clean Base.

It's possible that the Roomba won't charge because the battery isn't seated properly inside the vacuum. Of course, if your Roomba is brand new, be sure you've pulled the plastic tab, if there is one. But if you've had the Roomba for a while, the battery may no longer be properly aligned. Turn the Roomba upside down, remove the screws for the battery cover and remove the battery. Reposition it carefully and screw it back into place.

If the Roomba has been on cleaning duty for a while, the battery may have lost its ability to hold a charge. It should last for hundreds of cleaning cycles, which can add up to several years of regular use. But eventually, all batteries stop working. You can order a replacement battery from iRobot or get a compatible model from another brand and swap it out. Your Roomba should be essentially as good as new afterwards.

Actually, the Roomba's battery is essentially 12 NiMH batteries strung together to create one ginormous nickel-based battery. iRobot promises that the battery can run for up to 2 hours, and based on our estimates, will last about 400 charges.

That's all fine and good, but depending on how the robot's battery is taken care of, you could find yourself replacing it sooner than you'd like. And for the same reasons, you might find your Roomba getting tired before that 2-hour mark.

Clean those brushes Each time your Roomba cleans up, debris like dust, hair, and fur get caught in its brushes. Of course they do -- that's the Roomba's job. However, when that debris builds up, your robot works harder to spin the brushes, draining away its precious battery life.

Keep it charged and use it often For the Roomba's nickel-based (not lithium ion like smartphones) batteries, it's best to keep the unit charging whenever you're not using it. However, don't leave it in its dock for days at a time -- lots of vacuuming will keep its battery healthy.

Exhaust the battery To maintain the battery's capacity, it's important to drain it every so often. To do this, simply run the vacuum until the battery dies, then charge it to full. For best results, repeat this process a few times.

To increase the battery's longevity, store your robot in a cool, dry place. The unit should stay out of direct sunlight, where heat could damage the battery. Likewise, be sure to give the unit plenty of breathing room, away from other heat-producing appliances and electronics.

Put it in vacation mode If you're going away on vacation, put your Roomba in what could be called "vacation mode." Doing so will ensure the battery remains healthy when it's not being used for weeks at a time. (Alternatively, you could schedule your Roomba to continue vacuuming, even when you're away.)

To put your robot in vacation mode, charge the battery completely. Then, remove it by flipping the Roomba over and removing the two screws that secure the battery door. Check out the video above for a more visual guide.

The premium protection plan will cover your Roomba robot and Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal associated with your iRobot Select membership. Generally coverage includes everything typically covered in our standard manufacturer's warranty, plus accidental damage coverage, and robot/battery replacement should you need it. Coverage exclusions apply. See membership terms for details. Coverage will continue each month the membership is active.

Lithium battery technology may cost a little more up front, but lithium batteries last 4X longer and hold a charge for nearly twice as long as the stock NiMH, NiCd and all aftermarket replacement batteries. Our lithium batteries can save you 50% on battery costs and you gain the peace of mind knowing that these batteries are not going into landfill. Buy yours today!

How to install:1. Turn Power switch to the Off position.2. Be sure dust bin is empty, then place Roomba upside down(with cleaning brushes showing) on a flat surface.3. Guide the Battery Pack into the battery compartment using your index fingers(as shown). The Battery Pack will click into place when properly seated in Roomba.

The best way to save money when replacing a Roomba battery is by buying a refurbished unit. Refurbished units have been tested and checked over by previous owners and have been returned to the manufacturer to fulfill warranties and service agreements.

Roomba vacuum robots should be periodically serviced to ensure their peak performance. Roombas are powered by batteries, and their charge levels must be monitored and maintained. When these battery levels dip, the robot can no longer move freely. 041b061a72


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