Have you ever found your Litter-Robot stopped in mid rotation and possibly with the red light blinking? This could be a sign that your cat sensor needs adjustment. … This problem can be easily fixed by simply adjusting the Cat Sensor.
Why does my Litter-Robot keep pausing?
Flashing slowly (about once per second) means the Litter-Robot clean cycle was interrupted. Your cat may have tried to enter the unit as it was cycling, and was detected by the built-in cat sensor; this caused the unit to pause its cycling. It will resume cycling 15 seconds after the cat leaves the globe.
How do you force a Litter-Robot to cycle?
With the unit powered ON, unplug the power supply from the base and wait 10 seconds. Plug the unit back in, allow it to complete the start-up cycle, and follow the steps below. Hold the Cycle button for 5 seconds. Both blue AND yellow lights are now on.
How do you clean the sensor on Litter-Robot?
We recommend cleaning the unit as needed. Simply wiping it down with a damp paper towel will keep your unit looking new and clean. Using a mild detergent is recommended. Do not use bleach on the units, as this can cause the plastic to degrade.
How do you fix a cat interrupt sensor?
To reset the Cat Sensor, press Reset when the unit is at the Home position and the control panel displays a solid blue light. Press the Reset button firmly and quickly, then watch for the blue light to flash to confirm you have successfully reset the Cat Sensor.
How long is the Litter-Robot warranty?
The Litter-Robot is backed by an 18-Month Full Warranty and you have the option to extend it for another 18 months for three years of coverage. During the warranty period, AutoPets will repair your Litter-Robot (and even cover shipping costs within the continental United States).
What does over torque fault mean?
The “over torque fault” means that the there could be a motor obstruction, too much weight in the globe, or the unit is cycling 360 degrees. The most likely scenario is that there’s too much weight in the globe. Make sure the litter level is at, or just below, the raised fill line.
Why does my litter robot say timing?
The Wait Time is the elapsed time starting from when your cat exits the Globe until the unit starts a Clean cycle. It can be set for 3, 7, or 15 minutes. The default Wait Time setting is 7 minutes.
What is a cat sensor fault Litter Robot?
Sometimes after adding litter or replacing litter in the globe, the total weight of the globe becomes high enough that during the rotation or even while stationary (without cat inside) the cat sensor is triggered. If the Cat Sensor is triggered continuously for more than 2 minutes then the red light starts to blink.
How often do you change Litter-Robot filter?
We recommend that you change the carbon filters every three to four months depending on how frequently your Litter-Robot gets used. This is really up to personal preference. If you are noticing a stronger odor coming from the unit, it may be time to change the carbon filter.
How often should I clean my Litter-Robot?
We recommend emptying and cleaning the inside of the globe every one to three months. Learn how to clean your Litter-Robot: 1. Press the Empty button to cycle the globe clockwise, which will allow the litter to fall through the waste port and into the drawer for easy disposal.