Why does my Litter Robot get stuck mid cycle?

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 getting stuck?

Check for stuck litter, especially if you recently cleaned your unit (leftover moisture may have interacted with the litter). If you see debris or suspect there is litter caked behind the screen, you will need to clean the Globe (the screen should not be bent outward to clean behind).

How do you force a Litter-Robot to cycle?

Press the Cycle button. The unit should cycle and return to Home with a solid blue light. Adjust your cat sensor by pressing the Reset button. Test CATS by pressing on the globe just above the entrance in a forward and downward motion.

How long does it take the Litter-Robot to cycle?

After your cat leaves the Globe, the Litter-Robot automatically performs a Clean cycle. The patented sifting system separates the clumps from the clean litter and deposits them into the Waste Drawer below. It takes about 2 ½ minutes. You can also press the Cycle button to start a Clean cycle.

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Where is the sensor on Litter-Robot?

The Litter-Robot is equipped with infrared emitters and sensors located above the Waste Drawer that check if the drawer is full each time the Globe returns to the Home position.

What happens if you overfill Litter-Robot?

Fill the globe with approximately 8-10 pounds of litter, until it meets the raised “fill line” on the black rubber globe liner when spread flat. If there is too much litter in the globe, it will be expelled into the waste drawer during the first few cycles.

How long is 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).

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.

What is cat sensor timing?

The Cat Sensor is a weight-sensitive switch that measures the weight of the unit, so it can tell when there’s a change and what that change means. Each time the unit is powered on and at the end of each Clean cycle, the Cat Sensor measures the weight of the unit.

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.

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Why does my Litter-Robot say cat sensor fault?

Have you ever found your Litter-Robot stopped in mid rotation and possibly with the red light blinking? … 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.

How often does Litter-Robot need to be changed?

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.

How do you reset the time on a Litter-Robot?

Press and hold the Empty button on the Litter-Robot control panel for about 5 seconds to enter Wait Time Setting mode. One of the lights will start flashing, indicating the current Wait Time setting. Use the Reset button to toggle to the next setting: blue for 3 minutes, yellow for 7 minutes, and red for 15 minutes.

What triggers the Litter-Robot?

The Litter-Robot senses the weight of your cat to know when it enters and exits the globe, which triggers the countdown timer and cleaning cycle. Kittens and small cats that weigh less than 5 pounds may not be heavy enough to trigger the cat sensor.

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