Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Robotic Intelligent Brain CNRB702
2 in 1 function : (mopping + vacuum) Automaticly obstacle avoiding
Anti-falling system(3 sensors)
Washable dust bag Walking route:
Dust capacity: 0.14L
Injection and spray
* Input voltage
* Dust tank capacity
* Motor power
1 set of NI-MH battery
3pcs of mop
* Vacuum Duration
* Recharge time
* Gift box:
* Master carton(4pcs/ctn):
* Packaging material:
Double corrugated cardboard
* loading qty (20'/40'/40H'):
Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons
Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC,
Q: What's the difference with cyclonic to multi-cyclonic filtration system?
Multi-cyclonic is where the dust container has a plastic filter section inside and has many little tunnels in it that separate the finer dust and dirt for the next filter and there is no HEPA filter in the middle plastic filter section.
Cyclonic filtration is where there is a central HEPA filter that sits inside the dust container and catches the finer dust.
Q: My vacuum just stopped while I was using it! What do I do now?
All of our vacuum cleaners have been fitted with a thermal safety cut-off switch which activates to stop the motor from burning out. When it does that it will prevent the unit from turning on again until it has cooled sufficiently to reset, which is between 2 – 4 hrs. The most common reason for safety cut-off switch activated is the filters needs to be cleaned. Please read the instruction manual and follow the instructions on how to clean the filters.
- Q:How do I repair the belt of the vacuum cleaner?
- Release the belt from the pulley of the motor and remove it from the vibration lever
- Q:Why are sewing machines and vacuum cleaners always repaired at the same shop?
- It's because they're very similar machines with a lot of commonality in their potential client base. Both have small electric motors and often drive belts, so the tools and expertise needed to fix them is pretty similar and like someone suggested, there may not be enough demand for a shop than only works on one or the other in your area. Bearings, brushes, and belts wear out or loosen and knowing which to replace or service is the key, as well as having the manuals needed in order to order replacement parts. Modern sewing machines have a lot of electronic controls and make fancy stitches, but at the heart of the machine is a small, but efficient electric motor that has brushes, bearings, and belts that can wear out, just like a vacuum cleaner. Electric can openers, mixers, hair dryers, and blenders, in addition to all sorts of power tools, have the same type of motors, but they are often not worth the cost of a potential repair, especially for cheaper consumer products. Questions that start with Why can often be at least partially answered by looking at who is trying to keep, amass, save, or steal money, and this is no exception because there is a strong economic aspect to the answer.
- Q:is there a place that will let you rent vacuum cleaners for like a few hours or a day?
- Yes there are, but they usually charge so much you're better off buying your own vacuum during a good sale.
- Q:Do Roomba robot vacuum cleaners actually vacuum, or are they just sweepers?
- in the event that they scouse borrow a Dyson vacuum cleanser...why no longer? permit me in basic terms plug my new Dyson into my associates skill grant and wallah! vacuuming with a Dyson is the recent borrowing gray Poupon™ out of your associates Bently..yay!
- Q:Which vacuum should I buy? Bissell or Eureka?
- Years ago vacuums were mostly metal, with plastic used sparingly, as in bumpers, trim, etc. Nowadays vacuums are 98 % plastic, with metal used sparingly, such as in the motor, wheel shafts, screws, etc. Bissell has traditionally used a cheaper plastic, similar to the stuff they used to make those cheapie little toys out of. It doesn't stand up to rough use very well, cracks easily and breaks. Eureka has been in the vacuum business longer and I feel, makes a moderately good product. I'm not aware of any Eureka u/r's that allow for agitator shut down while running. Panasonic makes an u/r with that feature, as does Riccar and Simplicity, all in the $300-$500 range. Bagless machines require more filters to catch the dirt that the bag normally stops, so require that you purchase filters regularly instead of bags. It's a trade off. Also, when you dump the dirt container there's always that little puff of dirt back into the air, which you can frequently bypass with a bag. Consumer Reports rates bagged units over bagless units, nearly every time. One of the best vac's for the money is the Hoover Windtunnel u/r. If you have trouble with your arms or wrists they are available in self-propelled models, if not get one without. They all have great suction and a good agitator system.
- Q:Why do dogs hate vacuum cleaners?
- Your dog is probably thinking oooh goody a toy play play play play!!!! he/she might also be thinking, Oh no that stupid and loud vacuum cleaner is on again, or What is that thing? Its invading my territory. What if it pees and marks its spot? aah!!!! I would suggest putting your dog outside when you vacuum. It wouldn't hurt your dogs ears as much (because he/she wouldn't hear it) And if your dog does have a territory in your home, and your dog is inside, don't vacuum so close to it unless your dog could really care aless or he/she is outside! I really hope this helped!
- Q:how to clean the carpet? I mean the big one as on the ground, not the small one. Vacuum? Is it efficient?
- Vacuuming is recommended by every certifying body to maintain the life of your carpet. We recommend you vacuum your high traffic areas daily, and wall to wall (under furniture etc) on a weekly basis. Periodically, you should have your carpet professionally steam cleaned using a truck mounted hot water extraction method (steam cleaning). Depending on how many people and/or animals live with you, this should be done every 3-12 months. As far as bugs are concerned, vacuuming and steam cleaning will help some, but no cleaning method can guarantee 100% removal. If you have a serious flee problem or something, you need to contact your exterminator before you do anything. Dry soil is abrasive and needs to be removed regularly to avoid causing wear patterns in your high traffic areas.
- Q:Should we men just replace women with vacuum cleaners?
- Lonely men and their vacuum cleaners.... Why don't you just get an inflate-a-date. At least that can kind of look like a girl. But if you just wanna hook yourself up to a vacuum cleaner, go ahead, knock yourself out.
- Q:What is the best vacuum cleaner brand around $100.?
- I have one dog and my boyfriend has 3, two are border collies so hair is everywhere, I had a cheap 150.00 Kenmore and it just didn't do the job, I used a 20% off coupon to Bed Bath and Beyond and bought a Shark Rotator true PET, was almost 300 but boy does it clean well
- Q:High-powered vacuum cleaners?
- That was funny eheheh a star for you :-)
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