Why Does My DEEBOT Keep Stopping and Beeping?

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It’s frustrating to see your ECOVACS DEEBOT stop and beep continuously. So why does your DEEBOT keep stopping and beeping?

The most common reason why your DEEBOT is stopping and beeping is because of tangled hair, dust, and debris in either the driving wheels, or the main brush roller. Once you clean the wheels and brushes thoroughly, your DEEBOT should work normally.

However, there are a total of seven possibilities why a DEEBOT stops and beeps. In this post, we will show you how to troubleshoot a DEEBOT that keeps stopping and beeping.

Why Does My DEEBOT Keep Stopping and Beeping

If the DEEBOT detects a problem, it will stop, produce a beeping sound, and the AUTO Mode Button flashes RED. Here is how to troubleshoot the beeping sound:

  1. One Beep - If the DEEBOT beeps one time, it means that the robot is having a driving wheel malfunction. Check the driving wheels for tangled hair, dust, and debris.

  2. Two Beeps - If the DEEBOT beeps two times, it means that the robot is having a main brush malfunction. Check the main brush for tangled hair, dust, and debris.

  3. Three Beeps - If the DEEBOT beeps three times, it means that the robot is having a driving wheel malfunction. Turn over the robot and press the driving wheels to check for a clicking sound. If they do not click, contact customer service.

  4. Four Beeps - If the DEEBOT beeps four times, it means that the robot is having a dust bin malfunction. It can also be that the dust bin is full. Remove the dust bin, empty it, and reinstall it properly. 

  5. Five Beeps - If the DEEBOT beeps five times, it means that the robot’s battery is low. Manually place the robot on the charging dock to charge.

  6. Six Beeps - If the DEEBOT beeps six times, it means that the robot is having a side brush malfunction. Check the side brush for tangled hair, dust, and debris.

  7. Seven Beeps - If the DEEBOT beeps seven times, it means that the robot is having an anti-drop sensor malfunction. Check the anti-drop sensors for dust and clean them properly.

In most cases, you should be able to troubleshoot any DEEBOT that stops and beeps by using the simple guide above. If the robot is still beeping, contact customer service.

If all else fails, you should try resetting your DEEBOT.

Conclusion

And there you have it, the simple, yet complete, troubleshooting guide on why your DEEBOT keeps stopping and beeping. In most cases, the culprit is tangled hair, dust, and debris.