We’re getting to the point that someone has to start fixing the robots. I had an older model vacuum robot that recently ran into some issues.
I unlocked it’s secrets and I’m confident I could do it again. The model in question was NeatO brand. From a repair perspective it looks slicker than the roomba, though it too had its idiosyncrasies.
this particular issue was that the brush was stuck, I clean it regularly so needed to go deeper.
I unhooked some super wirey fur from the axle and put it back together… 4 times over 2 days but I figured out how to put it back so the front bumper, which detects collisions didn’t fail diagnostics.
I will fix your robots.