A flashing blue light on the Litter-Robot III Open Air is the Drawer Full Indicator (DFI) sensor advising the waste drawer is full and needs to be emptied. As a first quick check, try turning off and unplugging the power supply from the back of the base of the Litter-Robot for 1 minute.
- 1 Why does my Litter-Robot keep saying its full when its not?
- 2 Why does my Litter-Robot keep blinking?
- 3 How do you manually reset a Litter-Robot?
- 4 How do you turn off the blue light in Litter-Robot?
- 5 Where is the Litter-Robot Sensor?
- 6 What does cat sensor fault mean on Litter-Robot?
- 7 What is cat sensor timing?
- 8 How long is Litter-Robot warranty?
- 9 Can you reset litter robot from app?
- 10 How do I get the litter robot back online?
- 11 What happens if you overfill Litter Robot?
Why does my Litter-Robot keep saying its full when its not?
Debris may cause the DFI to indicate a full drawer regardless of the waste in the drawer. Once you are done cleaning your unit, let it dry fully and then reassemble it. If it is not dry, the litter will clump prematurely and may get clogged in the ports or litter pocket.
Litter-Robot flashing blue light You’ll most commonly notice a flashing or blinking blue light on your Litter-Robot control panel. This blue light is called the Drawer Full Indicator, which means that the waste drawer is full (or approaching full) and needs to be emptied.
How do you manually reset a Litter-Robot?
- Hold the Cycle button for 5 seconds. Both blue AND yellow lights are now on.
- Hold the Cycle button for 5 seconds. Yellow light turns off, blue light remains lit.
- Press the Reset button to clear this status and proceed to troubleshoot.
How do you turn off the blue light in Litter-Robot?
To turn the Night Light function off, press and hold the Power button for about 5 seconds. The Night Light will come on, then turn off.
Where is the Litter-Robot Sensor?
The Litter-Robot is equipped with infrared emitters and sensors located above the Waste Drawer that check if the drawer is full each time the Globe returns to the Home position.
What does cat sensor fault mean on Litter-Robot?
Sometimes after adding litter or replacing litter in the globe, the total weight of the globe becomes high enough that during the rotation or even while stationary (without cat inside) the cat sensor is triggered. If the Cat Sensor is triggered continuously for more than 2 minutes then the red light starts to blink.
What is cat sensor timing?
The Cat Sensor is a weight-sensitive switch that measures the weight of the unit, so it can tell when there’s a change and what that change means. Each time the unit is powered on and at the end of each Clean cycle, the Cat Sensor measures the weight of the unit.
How long is Litter-Robot warranty?
The Litter-Robot is backed by an 18-Month Full Warranty and you have the option to extend it for another 18 months for three years of coverage. During the warranty period, AutoPets will repair your Litter-Robot (and even cover shipping costs within the continental United States).
Can you reset litter robot from app?
Open your app. Go to “Remote” and click “Delete my Litter-Robot.” Reset your Litter-Robot by unplugging it from the base while the unit is powered on. Wait 15 seconds, plug it back in, and allow it to cycle until the blue “Ready” status lights up.
How do I get the litter robot back online?
- Open the app and delete the current unit, even if it is offline.
- Force close (swipe away) the Litter-Robot app.
- Unplug the Litter-Robot from the back of the unit for at least 1 minute.
- Plug the unit back in and allow to cycle fully.
- Once the unit has reached a solid blue light ready status, open the app.
What happens if you overfill Litter Robot?
Fill the globe with approximately 8-10 pounds of litter, until it meets the raised “fill line” on the black rubber globe liner when spread flat. If there is too much litter in the globe, it will be expelled into the waste drawer during the first few cycles.