How to clean the sensors of a Tapo Robot Vacuum

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Updated 11-03-2023 17:20:33 PM 14698
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Tapo Robot Vacuums are equipped with sensors that are strategically placed in multiple locations, including the top, frame, and undercarriage of the vacuum. These sensors play a crucial role in preventing the vacuum from falling off edges and entering restricted areas, known as No-Go Zones.

To ensure optimal operation of the vacuum, these sensors should be cleaned once per month.

For RV20/RV20 Plus/RV20 Mop/RV20 Mop Plus

Turn the robot vacuum over to access its undercarriage. Locate the sensors as outlined in the diagram below. Using a clean, dry cloth, wipe the sensors once per month.

For RV10/RV10 Lite/RV10 Plus

Turn the robot vacuum over to access its undercarriage. Locate the sensors as outlined in the diagram below. Using a clean, dry cloth, wipe the sensors once per month.

For RV30/RV30 Plus

Turn the robot vacuum over to access its undercarriage. Locate the sensors as outlined in the diagram below. Using a clean, dry cloth, wipe the sensors once per month.

 

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