RoboMop Samurai

RoboMop Samurai manuale

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  • 1.CARREGUE A BOLA ROBÓTICA DURANTE
    3-5 HORAS (Ver a foto A).
    2. COLOQUE UM PANO DE MICROFIBRA ELECTROESTÁTICA
    3. COLOQUE A ARMÃO NO MEIO DA ÁREA A LIMPAR
    4. SELECIONE O TEMPO DE LIMPEZA
    Pressione o botão verde ON/TIME. (Ver foto E).
    5.COLOQUE A BOLA ROBÓTICA DENTRO DA ARMAÇÃO
    Alguns segundos depois o RoboMop começara a limpeza.
    6.PARAGEM AUTOMÁTICA (Ver foto G).
    7. PANOS DE MICROFIBRAS ELECTROESTÁTICAS
    DESCARTÁVEIS. Não deite os panos na sanita. (Ver foto H).
    COMO ENCOMENDAR PANOS ADICIONAIS DE
    MICROFIBRAS ELECTROESTÁTICAS: Visite a nossa
    página na net em: www.robomop.pt
    OPERATOR`S MANUAL
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on
    the floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords,
    or any fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as
    it cleans, so please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over
    by light contact from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is
    access to a stairway where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off
    the area with either a chair, plant, gate or other object.
    1. CHARGE THE ROBOTIC BALL
    FOR 3-5 HOURS (Fig. A).
    2. ATTACH ONE ELECTROSTATIC PAD (Fig.C).
    3. PLACE THE CLEANING FRAME IN THE
    CENTER OF THE ROOM (Fig.D).
    4. SELECT CLEANING TIME
    by pressing the Green ON/TIME button (Fig.E).
    5. INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Within seconds, RoboMop will begin cleaning. (Fig.F).
    6. ROBOMOP WILL AUTOMATICALLY SHUT
    OFF WHEN THE PROGRAM IS COMPLETE (Fig.G).
    7. DISPOSE THE PAD IN THE GARBAGE AFTER USE (Fig.H)
    Do not dispose soiled pads in the toilet.
    REPLACEMENT ELECTROSTATIC PADS:
    Available online at www.robomop.net and at retailers everywhere.
    5.INDSÆT ROBOT KUGLEN I MOPPEHOVEDET
    Indenfor 6 sekunder, RoboMop vil automatisk starte rengøringen
    6.SLUKKER AUTOMATISK (Figur G).
    7. BORTSKAFFELSE AF ENGANGS KLUDE. Brugte klude
    smides i affalds spanden (Figur H).Må ikke smides i toilettet.
    ELEKTROSTATISKE KLUDE KAN KØBES I
    DETAILHANDLEN. Besøg vor hjemmeside
    www.armanitrading.dk
    1.LADE DEN ROBOTISKE BALLEN I 3-5 TIMER
    (Figur A).
    2. PÅMONTER DET ELEKTROSTATISKE PAPIRET (Figur C).
    3. PLASSER ROBOMOP RAMMEN I MIDTEN AV ROMMET
    (Figur D).
    4.VELG RENGJØRINGSTID. Trykk på den grønne ON/TIME
    knappen. (Figur E).
    5.PLASSER DEN ROBOTISKE BALLEN I
    RENGJØRINGSRAMMEN. Innen noen sekunder vil
    Robomop begynne å rengjøre. (Figur F).
    6.SLÅR SEG AV AUTOMATISK (Figur G).
    7. FJERNING AV PAPIRET (ikke kast papiret i toalettet). (Figur H).
    ELEKTROSTATISKE PAPIRET KAN
    BESTILLES PÅ: www.robomop.net
    GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
    MANUAL DE INSTRUÇÕES
    INSTRUKSJONSMANUAL
    WARNINGS: • Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged. • Do not use
    RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion in water is a possibility. • Out of reach of
    children. • Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC Outlet Only and according to the
    adapter specications • Use only the AC Battery charger supplied by the manufacturer. • Charge
    indoors only. • Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect RoboMop after
    charging. • RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    Figure G
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or
    furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more important things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transport the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or
    furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more important things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transport the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or
    furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more important things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transport the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or
    furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more important things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transport the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or
    furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more important things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transport the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    Figure E
    Figure G
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    Figure E
    Figure G
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    Figure E
    Figure G
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    CHARGE THE ROBOTIC
    BALL FOR 3-5 HOURS
    Before initial use, charge the ball.
    Insert the plug of the AC Battery
    Charger into the Charger Port
    jack of the Robotic Ball.
    (See Figure A) Plug the AC
    Battery Charger into a voltage tape
    AC Outlet ONLY. (See Figure B)
    The ball will fully charge in about
    3-5 hours. Recharge the unit only
    when it is completely discharged.
    ATTACH ONE
    ELECTROST A TIC PAD
    Attach one disposable electrostatic
    pad to the underside of the
    Cleaning Frame and secure by
    pushing the pad down onto the
    black velcro tabs on the
    Cleaning Frame. (See Figure C)
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    2
    step
    1
    step
    FOR OPTIMAL CLEANING PERFORMANCE:
    HELPFUL ROOM CLEANING TIPS:
    PLACE THE CLEANING
    FRAME IN THE CENTER
    OF THE ROOM
    Clear the room. Place the
    Cleaning Frame in the center of the
    room. (See Figure D) For prepa-
    ration hints for clearing the room,
    see page 6 of this operator’s man-
    ual for our “For Optimal Cleaning
    Performance” tips.”
    Figure A
    Figure B
    Figure C
    Figure D
    RoboMop may come
    upon a piece of furniture
    like this couch, which
    RoboMop can get
    wedged up against and
    get stuck. If RoboMop
    can’t get out, just pull it
    out and set it back to work
    again. Or you can put a
    small object in front of it,
    so RoboMop can’t get
    stuck underneath.
    RoboMop can get
    trapped between or
    behind your furniture
    because the entrance to
    an area is barely big
    enough for RoboMop
    to fit through. Placing a
    chair or plant in front of
    the piece of furniture,
    can solve the trouble so
    it won’t stop working.
    RoboMop may bump
    into small items that can
    spill and make a mess.
    To make sure RoboMop
    can clean the whole
    floor; pick up any small
    objects, just as you do
    before you vacuum.
    AVOID GETTING STUCK
    AVOID MESSY SPILLS DON’T GET TRAPPED
    3
    step
    For optimal cleaning performance, clear your floor of objects just as you would
    before using a regular vacuum cleaner. Do not leave the following items on the
    floor: clothing, loose papers, pull cords for blinds or curtains, power cords, or any
    fragile items. RoboMop contacts walls, furniture and other objects as it cleans, so
    please remove any items that may be pushed and knocked over by light contact
    from RoboMop. If your room does not have a door, or there is access to a stairway
    where RoboMop can fall down the stairs, simply block off the area with either a
    chair, plant, gate or other object.
    www.robomop.net
    velcro tab
    3
    6
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    4
    step
    5
    step
    7
    step
    STEP BY STEP GUIDE:
    WARNINGS:
    Read all safety and operating instructions before operating RoboMop.
    Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
    Always be careful when using your RoboMop. To reduce the risk
    of injury or damage, keep these safety precautions in mind when
    setting up, using and maintaining your equipment.
    RoboMop must not be used for any other purpose other than its
    intended use.
    Store out of reach of children.
    Do not bend the Cleaning Frame.
    Charge the robotic ball only when it is completely discharged.
    This is an indoor device only.
    Do not use RoboMop on wet or damp surfaces or where immersion
    in water is a possibility.
    Operate your RoboMop only from the type of power source indicated
    in this manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to
    your home, consult your local power company.
    Plug the AC Battery Charger into a voltage tape AC OUTLET ONLY.
    Product may not be used with any type of power converter.
    Any such use will immediately void the Warranty.
    Use only the AC Battery Charger supplied by the manufacturer
    to charge and recharge
    this device.
    Charge indoors only.
    Never handle the AC Battery Charger with wet hands.
    Always remove AC Battery Charger from wall and disconnect
    RoboMop after charging.
    RoboMop is not for use on carpets.
    RoboMop is designed to clean one room at a time. Confine
    RoboMop to the room you want cleaned by closing all doors.
    Observe RoboMop the first time it cleans a room to confirm it does
    not get wedged under or stuck on top of uneven surfaces.
    The Cleaning Frame should not be washed. Clean softly with a
    duster or clean with a dry soft cloth.
    Use the specifically designed electrostatic pads on dry floors only.
    Protect the Cleaning Frame from bending, warping or folding.
    When RoboMop is finished cleaning, remove RoboMop from the floor
    to avoid tripping over it.
    INSERT THE ROBOTIC BALL
    IN THE CLEANING FRAME
    Place the RoboMop ball into the
    center of the Cleaning Frame.
    Within 6 seconds, the RoboMop
    will turn itself on automatically.
    (See Figure F)
    DISPOSAL OF PADS
    Dispose soiled pads in the trash .
    (See Figure H) Do not dispose
    soiled pads in the toilet.
    AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF
    RoboMop will automatically shut
    off when the program is complete,
    based on the time you set it to. To
    stop the RoboMop at any time,
    simply press the Red OFF button.
    When RoboMop is finished clean-
    ing, remove it from the floor
    to avoid tripping or falling over it.
    (See Figure G)
    6
    step
    Figure E
    Figure F
    Figure G
    Figure H
    54
    SELECT CLEANING TIME
    Press the Green ON/TIME button
    located on your RoboMop under
    the LCD screen on the left.
    (See Figure E)The LCD display
    screen will show the amount of
    time the RoboMop will clean your
    floor. To choose 1 hour and 30
    minutes, press the ON/TIME but-
    ton once. To choose 1 hour, press
    the ON/TIME button twice. To
    choose 30 minutes, press the
    ON/TIME button three times.
    Once you have chosen the time,
    the ON/TIME button on the LCD
    screen will flash 6X before turning
    on automatically, allowing you
    sufficient time to place the ball in
    the Cleaning Frame.
    Figure E
    Figure G
    ADVARSEL: • Genoplad kun robot hovdet når det er helt aadet. • Må ikke anvendes på våde
    overader, eller hvor den kan komme i forbindelse med vand. • Benyt kun den medfølgende
    batteri oplader til opladning, anvendelse af andre opladere kan skade robot kuglen. • Opbevares
    utilgængeligt for børn. • Må kun genoplades indendørs. • Batteri opladeren må ikke blive våd.
    Hav altid tørre hænder når du benytter opladeren. • RoboMop kan ikke benyttes på gulvtæpper.
    WAARSCHUWINGEN: • Laad de robotbal enkel op wanneer de batterij volledig leeg is.
    • Gebruik de RoboMop niet op natte of vochtige oppervlakken of waar de RoboMop in water
    kan worden ondergedompeld. • Bewaar de RoboMop buiten bereik van kinderen. • Sluit de AC
    batterijlader enkel aan op een AC stopcontact. Het toestel mag niet worden gebruikt met eender
    welke stroomomzetter. • Gebruik enkel de AC batterijlader die door de fabrikant is geleverd om
    het toestel te laden en te ontladen. • Laad het toestel enkel binnenshuis op. • Haal de AC
    batterijlader altijd uit het stopcontact en schakel de RoboMop uit na het laden.
    • De RoboMop is niet geschikt voor tapijten.
    OBSERVERE:• Oppbevares utilgjengelig for barn. • Lad bare den elektroniske ballen etter at
    batteriet er helt utladet. • Benytt aldri RoboMop på våte eller fuktige ater eller der det er en risiko
    for at det kan forekomme vann.• Strømpluggen skal kun benyttes med 220Volts uttak. Produktet
    skal aldribrukes med andre typer transformatorer da dette ikke dekkes av garantien.• Benytt aldri
    batteriladeren når du er våt på hendene. • Rammen rengjøres med støvsuger eller tørr klut.
    x1 x5
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has
    been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more impor tant things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transpor t the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or
    furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more impor tant things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transpor t the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    x1
    x1 x5
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has
    been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more impor tant things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transpor t the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or
    furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?
    A: RoboMop cleans hardwood, linoleum, tile, ceramic tile, marble,
    granite and other hard floor surfaces.
    5
    RoboMop is designed to sweep the floors for you so you will have extra time to take care of
    more impor tant things or just sit back and relax. Simply attach an electrostatic and dust
    absorbing pad, set the cleaning time on the robotic ball, place it in the cleaning frame and
    watch RoboMop automatically sweep your floors. Using smart sensor technology, RoboMop
    navigates smoothly and silently, cleaning dirty edges under the kitchen counter, in corners,
    around walls and under furniture. The flexible edges will not damage furniture. It is great for
    all your hard floor surfaces like wood floors, ceramic tile, granite, marble, and linoleum.
    The VoltaWebTM dustpads are especially designed to attract and retain as much dust as
    possible during the cleaning session. The dust attraction is obtained through the unique
    composition of fibres in the cloth that generates static electricity though friction between the
    pad and the floor surface. The pad itself is designed with microscopic dust pockets that
    absorb and transpor t the dust into the centre of the textile. In this way it is possible for the
    textile to attract even more dirt. When the pad is soiled, just remove it and toss it in the
    trash.
    Enjoy your RoboMop!
    x1
    x1 x5
    OPERATOR’S MANUAL
    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
    THIS SET INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
    1 Cleaning Frame and 1 Robotic Ball
    NOTE:
    Read all safety and operating
    instructions before operating
    your new RoboMop.
    1AC Battery Charger
    8 Electrostatic Disposable Cloths
    2
    7
    Q. My RoboMop gets stuck. What should I do?
    A. Your RoboMop may occasionally get stuck, especially in rooms that
    it has not cleaned before. If it does get stuck, RoboMop will try to free
    itself by turning in different directions. If it cannot free itself, move or
    block any object that RoboMop gets stuck on or under. Once the
    problem areas have been amended, pick up your RoboMop and
    reposition. Your RoboMop might get stuck for several reasons.
    1. It is wedged or pinned between or under narrowly spaced objects.
    2. RoboMop bumps into objects and repositions them in such a way
    that an exit path no longer exists.
    Q. My RoboMop Cleaning Frame has broken. What shall I do?
    A. Please contact the local distributor through www.robomop.net.
    Q. Are pets and children safe around RoboMop?
    A. Children and pets should always be supervised around RoboMop for
    optimal safety and cleaning performance.
    Q. Does RoboMop clean corners and along the walls?
    A. RoboMop cleans next to walls, most corners and other tough to
    reach places.
    Q. Will it go under kickboards, beds, and furniture?
    A. RoboMop has
    been designed to fit under the kickboards in your
    kitchen. If your bed or furniture is more than 8 cm off the floor, your
    RoboMop will happily clean underneath.
    Q. How long does it take to recharge the RoboMop?
    A. Approximately 3-5 hours.
    Q: Will RoboMop clean all floor surfaces?