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RYDIS H68 Pro Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting page will help you diagnose possible underlying causes of several problems with the RYDIS H68 Pro.
- Side Brush Stopped Spinning
- Vacuum Driving in Circles
- Vacuum Bumping Into Things
- Vacuum Does Not Turn On
Side Brush Stopped Spinning ¶
The vacuum's side brush no longer spins.
Make Sure Nothing is Tangled on the Side Brush ¶
It is very easy for hair or fur to get tangled on one or both of the side brushes causing the side brush to stop spinning. If there is any hair or fur tangled on either side brush, remove it.
Defective Side Brush Motor ¶
The motor that controls the side brush may be defective causing the side brush to stop spinning. If this is the case, the side brush motor will have to be replaced. Check out the
Vacuum Driving in Circles ¶
The vacuum continuously drives in circles or spins.
Make Sure Nothing is Tangled in the Wheels ¶
Look underneath the vacuum at it's wheels. If there is any hair or fur in the wheels, remove it.
Defective Wheel Motor ¶
The motor that controls the movement of the wheels may be defective causing the wheels to stop turning which makes the vacuum drive in circles. If this is the case, check the Wheel Motor Replacement Guide.
Vacuum Bumping Into Things ¶
Vacuum repeatedly runs into objects and gets stuck in corners
Faulty Camera ¶
Check to see if the camera is dirty - if so, clean it with a soft cloth.
If the camera's lens is cracked, please visit the Motherboard Replacement Guide and follow the instructions.
Faulty Mop Pad ¶
Check to see if the mop pad is installed correctly by flipping the vacuum on its opposite side and locating the mop installation holes behind the wheel, adjust accordingly.
Faulty Sensor ¶
Remove all obstacles blocking the bumper.
Check to see if the sensors are dirty - if so, clean with a soft cloth.
The bumper may be dented - if so, please see this replacement guide to replace the bumper.
Vacuum Does Not Turn On ¶
The vacuum does not turn on when pressing the power button.
Check Power While Charging ¶
Check that the charger is plugged in completely and that the blue light is on. Let it charge for at least 8 hours before powering up.
Defective Battery ¶
If the blue light did not turn on while the vacuum was plugged into the charger, the battery may be defective. Check out the Battery Replacement Guide here.
Defective Motherboard ¶
If the battery has been replaced and the vacuum does not power on, the motherboard may be defective. Check out the Motherboard Replacement Guide here.