How to fix Eufy Robovac not charging? If you’re trying to fix Eufy Robovac not charging, and finding no success, follow the steps outlined below to repair your Eufy Robovac charging issue and get it up and running again! First things first, you’ll need to find the right replacement charger for your Eufy Robovac model.
Before you start, make sure…
If your robot vacuum is not charging, be sure to check a few things before you dig into it. First, make sure that its charger is working by plugging it into another device.
If it doesn’t work, it may mean that your charger has failed or there’s an issue with your charging cable. If that’s all in order, then let’s get started on troubleshooting your robot vacuum itself.
Reset the battery
If your Roomba is not charging, it’s possible that there is an issue with your battery. As such, you should always start by resetting it.
To do so, unplug your charger from both ends and press and hold down the button on top of it for a few seconds.
Let go and plugin again to see if that fixes your problem. After you plug in, press any button to set up Alexa again. If that doesn’t fix things, continue to the article below.
Check the charge port
The first step in resolving a problem like not charging is to rule out issues with your charger.
If you have another device that uses the same model of charger, try using it.
Additionally, make sure that if you have more than one charger for your vacuum cleaner, all are plugged in properly and are actually working.
The charge port is located at the base of your Eufy Robovac. Inspect it for any damage or corrosion that could be causing problems with charging.
Also, ensure that there are no obstructions in the path between where your battery is installed and where your robot charges; some owners find it useful
to keep their robot on top of a shelf or table while charging so they can easily see if anything gets in its way while cleaning under furniture or stairs.
Reset your Roomba
You can fix your Roomba by simply resetting it. Here’s how: Unplug your Roomba from its power source. Leave it unplugged for 30 seconds.
Plug it back in, turn it on and see if that fixes your issue. If nothing works, then keep reading the instructions below.
Inspect your battery contacts
No matter what type of battery you use, be it a lithium-ion or nickel-metal hydride (NiMH), chances are that if your battery isn’t charging properly, it may have dirty contacts.
Even if you can’t see any visible dirt on them, there could still be residue from when it was manufactured.
Try to clean off these contact using rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab.
If that doesn’t work, try to gently scrape off as much of any corrosion as possible—using tools like an old gift card or a dull butter knife should do—to remove all sources of contact resistance.
However, just remember not to gouge or puncture your batteries while doing so!
How to avoid these issues in the future
Pay close attention to your batteries while they’re charging. It’s best to keep them out of high heat, like a car, as much as possible.
Also don’t leave them in places where they can be exposed to rain or snow because that can cause corrosion on the contacts inside.
The last thing you want is for an electrical short circuit to set off your smoke detector during a thunderstorm. If you use Eufy batteries (we recommend picking up some extra on Amazon), try not overcharging them.
Most standard household outlets are only rated for 15 amps; if you plug more than one appliance into a single outlet, it could lead to overloading and cause your battery chargers to short out.
If you’re having issues with your Eufy Robovac not charging, and have tried all of these methods and it’s still not working, then consider contacting Amazon or go to a local retailer.
They should be able to give you more details on why your robot vacuum is no longer charging.
Hopefully, one of these suggestions will help you fix your Eufy Robovac not charging problem and get your vacuum back in working order! Happy cleaning!