Why Does My Eufy Keep Beeping? Troubleshooting Guide

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If a Eufy is beeping, it’s letting you know that it needs your attention.

There are a total of nine possibilities why a Eufy robot vacuum beeps. In this post, we will show you how to troubleshoot a Eufy robot vacuum that keeps beeping.

Eufy Error Codes Troubleshooting Guide

When a Eufy robot vacuum is in trouble, it will emit a series of short or long beeps. The red indicator light will either flash or emit a solid red light. Here’s how to troubleshoot a Eufy beeping:

Flashing red indicator light

  • One beep - If the Eufy indicator light is flashing red with one beep, then the robot vacuum is hanging over a ledge or is trapped. To solve the issue, simply turn the Eufy off and restart in a new location.
  • Two beeps - If the Eufy indicator light is flashing red with two beeps, then the robot vacuum’s bumper is stuck. To solve the issue, tap the bumper several times to dislodge any debris that may be trapped underneath.
  • Three beeps - If the Eufy indicator light is flashing red with three beeps, then the robot vacuum’s drop sensors are dirty. To solve the issue, clean the drop sensors gently with a dry cloth.
  • Four beeps - If the Eufy indicator light is flashing red with four beeps, then the robot vacuum’s power level is too low. To solve the issue, manually charge the Eufy for at least 5 hours.

Solid red indicator light

  • One beep - If the Eufy indicator light is emitting a solid red light with one beep, then the robot vacuum’s wheel is stuck. To solve the issue, simply turn the Eufy off and remove any hair or debris from the wheel.
  • Two beeps - If the Eufy indicator light is emitting a solid red light with two beeps, then the robot vacuum’s side brush is stuck. To solve the issue, simply turn the Eufy off and remove any hair or debris from the side brush.
  • Three beeps - If the Eufy indicator light is emitting a solid red light with three beeps, then the robot vacuum’s suction fan is stuck. To solve the issue, turn the Eufy off, then remove and empty the dust collector. Make sure the air inlet is not blocked by any hair or debris
  • Four beeps - If the Eufy indicator light is emitting a solid red light with four beeps, then the robot vacuum’s rolling brush is stuck. To solve the issue, simply turn the Eufy off and remove any hair or debris from the rolling brush.

In some cases, a Eufy robot vacuum may beep 5 times while charging.

If the Eufy robot vacuum beeps 5 times with a solid red light while charging, there is an issue with the battery. Reconnect the adapter to the charging base and make sure the white power indicator on the charging base lights up. Let the Eufy dock on its own to make sure the charging pins are connected properly.

Unplug the battery from the Eufy, and leave it for 10 minutes before reinstalling. Charge for more than 6 hours to see if the breathing orange light turns to solid blue. 

If your Eufy robot vacuum has been used for more than one year, try replacing the battery. If your Eufy robot vacuum is within its 12-month warranty, please contact Eufy customer support for further help.

If all else fails, you should try resetting your Eufy robot vacuum.

Final Words

And there you go, the simple, yet complete, troubleshooting guide on why your Eufy robot vacuum keeps beeping. In most cases, the culprit is tangled hair, dust, and debris.

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