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Robot Vacuum Cleaner Wheel


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In wheels with time stuffed dust and hair, which causes difficulty of rotation, in which case they must be cleaned. Consider the example of a relatively new wheels. To start the wheel must be removed from the robot vacuum cleaner about it here: screen replacement robot cleaner.

Koleso robota-pylesosa
Koleso robota-pylesosa
Koleso robota-pylesosa
Koleso robota-pylesosa

Remove the three plastic caps that conceal the screws securing the wheel.

Wheel of robotic vacuum cleaner, screw caps are lifted.

Unscrew the screws and remove the top part of the wheel.

The upper part of the wheel and tire removed

Now untwist the wheel itself and remove it.

The wheel is completely unscrewed and removed
The wheel is completely unscrewed and removed

Unscrew the 5 screws, remove the cover.

Kryshka snyata
Kryshka snyata

Unscrew the gear and get him out.

Reduktor snyat
Reduktor snyat

In the area of ​​Wheel gathered a bit of hair, fur and dust. In this very place, and can be a "reason" bad spinning wheel.

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24.08.2013 at 08:06 Erwin Diepgrond said:

Many thanks for this :)

26.09.2013 at 09:33 Joe said:

Hi, I have the same issue with with high resistance on the wheels (can barely turn it by hand). Have disassemble them per your instructions, which were very clear. I have the same model vacuum as yours. Thank you for that.

However, I notice the issue with my wheels are due to seized electric motor attached to the wheels. Tried cleaning it with WD40 and manage to get the wheels turning smoothly, however only for about 10 minutes, after that it seized again.

Any idea how to repair the electric motor as well as recommendation of what lubrication to use? Seem like WD40 can only help to clean it but does not keep the lubrication in the motor.

Thks.

Joe

26.09.2013 at 10:13 Georgiy said:

Dear Joe,

It seems bearings of electric motor are broken down. I'm afraid you need to replace the whole electric motor. I can be wrong, you know. It's difficult to correct identify fault remotely.

To remove the motor from the wheel module you need to remove main axis of the wheel module. It's long axis through whole assembly.

I tried to remove the axis, but not succesfull. Unfortunately I don't know how to remove the axis carefully.

If you will remove the motor from wheel module there are two ways: replace the motor and try to repair it by replacing bearings or another damaged parts. Note. I don't know where is possible to buy new motor for wheel or spare parts for the motor.

But... if the wheel is old or very old the best way, you know, is replace whole wheel module. And I can help you to buy new wheel module.

Hope I can help you! Waiting for you reply.