If Junior is not performing
as well as he used to, you can diagnose the problem
with a simple home checkup test. To put Junior in checkup mode,
first flip his power switch OFF. Next, hold down the
CHECKUP button on his cover. While still holding down the CHECKUP button,
flip Junior’s power switch ON. Junior will chirp three times
to let you know that he’s in checkup mode. While in checkup mode, the bOsweep
icon on a screen will blink continuously. Step One: Edge Sensors 4 ovals on the top of
Junior’s screen should be lit. These represent his 4 edge sensors. Lift Junior about 6 inches off the ground. You should see his 4 ovals turn off. If all 4 ovals turn off while Junior is lifted, place him back on the floor
and continue on to the next step. Step Two: Wall Sensors To test Junior’s wall sensors,
you will need a flat, white surface. Drag your imitation wall
around the front of Junior’s bumper. The 5 ovals on the bottom of the screen
should light up one by one. Junior’s rightmost sensor,
the one closest to his side brush, is less sensitive than the other sensors. If all 5 ovals light up, you may move on
to the next step of the checkup test. Step Three: Touch Sensors It is now time to test Juniors touch sensors. Press the left side of Junior’s bumper,
and the bar at the top left of his screen should light up. Press the right side of the bumper,
and the bar at the top right should light up. Press the center of the bumper
and both bars should light up at the same time. If both bars light up correctly,
you may move on to the next step of the checkup test. Step Four: Charging Station The charging station must be synced and plugged in
for this portion of the checkup test. Press the GO! button on Junior’s cover. Next, place Junior directly in front
of his charging station, about one foot away. The 4 battery bars should be lit on his screen. The far left and far right bars
represent the station’s internal sensors. If either one of them fails to light up, then there is likely an issue
with Junior’s charging station. Wipe the window on the front
of the station and test the sensors again. The two middle bars
represent Junior’s internal sensors. If these fail to light up, clean the black receiver on Junior’s top
and the small hole in the center of his bumper. If all 4 battery bars light up correctly,
you may move on to the next step of the checkup test Step Five: Screen Press the GO! button on Junior’s cover. Once more, each icon on a screen
should light up in a repeating rotation. You are now testing Junior’s screen. If every icon on the screen lights up,
you may move on to the next step of the check up test. Step Six: Brush and Suction Power Press the WAFFLE button on Junior’s cover. Both the side brush and
main brushes should start rotating and you should feel air flowing
from the back of the dustbin. If Junior’s main brush is having difficulty rotating, he will let you know by indicating on the screen that
there is something funny going on with his main brush. If Junior’s vacuum motor is behaving oddly
or his dustbin has been removed, he will indicate that there is
something funny going on with his dustbin. Move on to the next step of the checkup test
if all parts are working properly. Step Seven: Wheels Lift Junior off the floor
to keep him from running away. Next, press the MUTE button
and his wheels should drive forward. Press the MUTE button once more. Junior’s wheels should drive backwards. If Junior is having difficulty rotating
either one of his wheels, he will indicate on the screen that there is
something funny going on with them. Press MUTE again to make them stop. To exit checkup mode,
press the checkup button one last time or flip his power switch OFF
so he can rest until his next cleaning session. If Junior completes the checkup test without any issues,
then his internal parts are working properly. Contact [email protected]
if you have any questions or notice any issues, as our doctors at the bObsweep hospital
are always ready to help.