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While the max run time of the device is 90 minutes, the device may occasionally end its cleaning cycle when the power drops below 10%. If you believe your device’ s battery is not performing up to expectations, and you’ve ensured the device is fully charged before each use, please contact customer service.

Check if there are any malfunctions in the motor or if there is any obstruction in the water inlets, if no issues are detected, there may be an issue with the sensor or motor, please contact customer service.
Check if there are any malfunctions in the motor or if there is any obstruction in the water inlets, if no issues are detected, there may be an issue with the sensor or motor, please contact customer service.
We recommend you clean the filter tray before using your device. Operating the device with a full, or semi-full filter tray can cause the device to slow down and affect the suction power of the device. If your pool is excessively dirty, we recommend cleaning the pool manually and using the device to conduct routine cleaning of your pool to prevent it from becoming overly dirty.
After each use and before charging your device, you should dry the charging port with a paper towel or cloth. lf your charging pin has already shown signs of corrosion, you will need to replace the (drive kit).

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This device is designed to clean swimming pools that have flat floors and no slopes up to 1100 sq.ft/100m².
Will I need to replace the bottom roller brush? If so, how often should I replace it?
The ultra-fine filter is designed to clean microparticles smaller than 3μm in the pool. When the pool water is cloudy or there is significant visible debris such as stones, leaves, or sand, we suggest using the ultra-fine filter. If the pool water is relatively clear, you can confidently use the standard filter on its own.

1. After each pool cleaning, immediately clean the ultra-fine filter with a high-pressure water gun, not a brush.
2. After cleaning, the ultra-fine filter should be dried and stored away from direct sunlight for the next use.
3. To ensure optimal cleaning performance, it is recommended to replace the ultra-fine filter every 4-6 weeks, depending on the cleaning frequency.

This action may occur under the following situations.
1. The device is repeatedly cleaning an area with small stones at the bottom of the pool. In this case, there is no need to intervene. The device will move to clean other areas after cleaning its current area.
2. The bottom trolley wheels are stuck and should be cleaned. Follow the steps provided in the User Manual to clean the wheels.

An alarm will be triggered if the motor is stuck or malfunctions. You can lift the device out of the water, turn it off, and manually rotate the bottom roller brush and the two rear wheels to check if they are stuck. If they are stuck, clean the components before using the device again.If neither the bottom roller brush nor the rear wheels are stuck, or if the alarm still sounds after cleaning, then contact customer service for assistance.
The obstacle clearance height of the device is 9mm. If there is a drain higher than 9 mm at the bottom of the pool, the device is likely to get stuck, in which case you will need to manually free it. When using the device, please close the pool drain to prevent the device from being stuck by it.

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The device performs as intended in pools made of concrete, fiberglass vinyl, mosaic tiles, glass, and other materials; it cannot be used for infinity pools. It is important to remember that our robots are not designed to clean benches and stairs. If you can’t quite decide which of our high quality robotic pool cleaners is right for you, we’ve made it simple! Just tell us a little bit about your pool, and Aiper will do the rest. Please contact us for further consultation to find the perfect Aiper for your pool and needs. Call: +1(866)850-0666 Mon-Sun 9 AM-9 PM (EST) Email: service@aiper.com
The device can climb steps, but it cannot clean them.
After the device is turned on for 30 s, it will turn the water pump briefly every 10 s to check whether it has entered the water for 3 times. lf it detects that it has not entered the water 3 times, it will shut down; please put the device into the pool within 1 min after starting the device. The device will begin cleaning within 10 s after it reaches the bottom of the pool.
The suction of your pool drain may pull your device onto it, preventing the device from continuing its cleaning operations. Do not, under any circumstances, open the drain outlet while your device is cleaning the pool. lf the device has become stuck, it will adjust its propulsion and workfree within 3 minutes.

1) After turning on the device, short press the button to select Eco Mode     and put the device into the water. The device will clean the bottom of the     pool every 48h for one week for a duration of 45 minutes per cleaning.
2) The device may be left in the pool during the entire process and does not need to be retrieved until the three cleaning cycles over one-week are completed.
3) If the device is removed from the pool during the device’s sleep period (within 48h of inactivity) and the button is pressed to wake up the device, the device will exit Eco Mode.

It is recommended to fully charge your device before using Eco Mode. Lf the battery is insufficient, the device may not be able to complete the three programmed cleaning cycles.

1) The debris bin or filter may be clogged. lt is recommended to wash these after each use to prevent debris from hardening in your device, thereby affecting performance.

2)The roller brush or filter is aging, please replace it.

Please check if that the water inlet cover at the bottom of the debris bin is blocked by an object, as this may result in debris escaping the device. Please clean the device after each use to prevent blockage of these systems.

1) The contact surface between the caterpillar tread and the wall is insufficient. resulting in the device being unable to climb.
2) The debris bin is full or the filter is clogged, causing the device to fail to climb the wall.

This action may be caused by the debris bin being full or the filter being clogged. Please use a high-pressure water gun to flush the debris bin.

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The device performs as intended in pools made of concrete, fiberglass, vinyl, mosaic tiles and other materials; it cannot be used for infinity pools.
The device can climb steps, but it cannot clean them.
After the device is turned on, it will activate the water pump every 10 seconds to check for water. This process will occur 6 times. If the device does not detect water during this process, it will automatically shut down.
The suction of your pool drain may pull your device onto it, preventing the device from continuing its cleaning operations. Do not, under any circumstances, open the drain outlet while your device is cleaning the pool. If the device has become stuck, it will adjust its propulsion and work free within 3 minutes.

1) After turning on the device, short press the button to select Periodic Cleaning, also known as Eco Mode, and put the device into the water. The device will clean the bottom of the pool every 24-48 hours for 45 minutes each cleaning, and a total of three cleaning sessions.
2)The device may be left in the pool during the entire process and does not need to be retrieved until the three cleaning cycles have completed.
3)If the device is removed from the pool during the device’s sleep period and an operations button is pressed, the device will automatically exit Periodic Cleaning/Eco Mode.

It is recommended to fully charge your device before using Eco Mode. If the battery is insufficient, the device may not be able to complete a full week’s worth of cleaning.

1) The debris bin or filter may be clogged. It is recommended to wash these after each use to prevent debris from hardening in your device, thereby affecting performance.
2) If performance is related to a clogged impeller, please disassemble, and clean the impeller as described in section 8.3 of the instruction manual.
3) The roller brush or filter is aging, and needs replaced.

Why does the device leak garbage after being removed from the pool?

1) The contact surface between the caterpillar tread and the wall is insufficient, resulting in the device being unable to climb.
2) The debris bin is full or the filter is clogged, causing the device to fail to climb the wall.

This action may be caused by the debris bin being full or the filter being clogged. Please use a high-pressure water gun to flush the debris bin.

Yes. Please follow the instructions on Aiper app to add the device, then the device can be controlled through the app. Without the additional communication buoy, your device will lose connection to the Aiper App while submerged underwater and will not be able to be controlled or receive instructions.

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This device is designed to clean swimming pools that have flat floors and no slopes up to 1100 sq.ft/100m².
Will I need to replace the bottom roller brush? If so, how often should I replace it?
The ultra-fine filter is designed to clean microparticles smaller than 3μm in the pool. When the pool water is cloudy or there is significant visible debris such as stones, leaves, or sand, we suggest using the ultra-fine filter. If the pool water is relatively clear, you can confidently use the standard filter on its own.

1. After each pool cleaning, immediately clean the ultra-fine filter with a high-pressure water gun, not a brush.
2. After cleaning, the ultra-fine filter should be dried and stored away from direct sunlight for the next use.
3. To ensure optimal cleaning performance, it is recommended to replace the ultra-fine filter every 4-6 weeks, depending on the cleaning frequency.

This action may occur under the following situations.
1. The device is repeatedly cleaning an area with small stones at the bottom of the pool. In this case, there is no need to intervene. The device will move to clean other areas after cleaning its current area.
2. The bottom trolley wheels are stuck and should be cleaned. Follow the steps provided in the User Manual to clean the wheels.

An alarm will be triggered if the motor is stuck or malfunctions. You can lift the device out of the water, turn it off, and manually rotate the bottom roller brush and the two rear wheels to check if they are stuck. If they are stuck, clean the components before using the device again.If neither the bottom roller brush nor the rear wheels are stuck, or if the alarm still sounds after cleaning, then contact customer service for assistance.
The obstacle clearance height of the device is 9mm. If there is a drain higher than 9 mm at the bottom of the pool, the device is likely to get stuck, in which case you will need to manually free it. When using the device, please close the pool drain to prevent the device from being stuck by it.

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The device performs as intended in pools made of concrete, fiberglass vinyl, mosaic tiles, glass, and other materials; it cannot be used for infinity pools. It is important to remember that our robots are not designed to clean benches and stairs. If you can’t quite decide which of our high quality robotic pool cleaners is right for you, we’ve made it simple! Just tell us a little bit about your pool, and Aiper will do the rest. Please contact us for further consultation to find the perfect Aiper for your pool and needs. Call: +1(866)850-0666 Mon-Sun 9 AM-9 PM (EST) Email: service@aiper.com
The device can climb steps, but it cannot clean them.
After the device is turned on for 30 s, it will turn the water pump briefly every 10 s to check whether it has entered the water for 3 times. lf it detects that it has not entered the water 3 times, it will shut down; please put the device into the pool within 1 min after starting the device. The device will begin cleaning within 10 s after it reaches the bottom of the pool.
The suction of your pool drain may pull your device onto it, preventing the device from continuing its cleaning operations. Do not, under any circumstances, open the drain outlet while your device is cleaning the pool. lf the device has become stuck, it will adjust its propulsion and workfree within 3 minutes.

1) After turning on the device, short press the button to select Eco Mode     and put the device into the water. The device will clean the bottom of the     pool every 48h for one week for a duration of 45 minutes per cleaning.
2) The device may be left in the pool during the entire process and does not need to be retrieved until the three cleaning cycles over one-week are completed.
3) If the device is removed from the pool during the device’s sleep period (within 48h of inactivity) and the button is pressed to wake up the device, the device will exit Eco Mode.

It is recommended to fully charge your device before using Eco Mode. Lf the battery is insufficient, the device may not be able to complete the three programmed cleaning cycles.

1) The debris bin or filter may be clogged. lt is recommended to wash these after each use to prevent debris from hardening in your device, thereby affecting performance.

2)The roller brush or filter is aging, please replace it.

Please check if that the water inlet cover at the bottom of the debris bin is blocked by an object, as this may result in debris escaping the device. Please clean the device after each use to prevent blockage of these systems.

1) The contact surface between the caterpillar tread and the wall is insufficient. resulting in the device being unable to climb.
2) The debris bin is full or the filter is clogged, causing the device to fail to climb the wall.

This action may be caused by the debris bin being full or the filter being clogged. Please use a high-pressure water gun to flush the debris bin.

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The device performs as intended in pools made of concrete, fiberglass, vinyl, mosaic tiles and other materials; it cannot be used for infinity pools.
The device can climb steps, but it cannot clean them.
After the device is turned on, it will activate the water pump every 10 seconds to check for water. This process will occur 6 times. If the device does not detect water during this process, it will automatically shut down.
The suction of your pool drain may pull your device onto it, preventing the device from continuing its cleaning operations. Do not, under any circumstances, open the drain outlet while your device is cleaning the pool. If the device has become stuck, it will adjust its propulsion and work free within 3 minutes.

1) After turning on the device, short press the button to select Periodic Cleaning, also known as Eco Mode, and put the device into the water. The device will clean the bottom of the pool every 24-48 hours for 45 minutes each cleaning, and a total of three cleaning sessions.
2)The device may be left in the pool during the entire process and does not need to be retrieved until the three cleaning cycles have completed.
3)If the device is removed from the pool during the device’s sleep period and an operations button is pressed, the device will automatically exit Periodic Cleaning/Eco Mode.

It is recommended to fully charge your device before using Eco Mode. If the battery is insufficient, the device may not be able to complete a full week’s worth of cleaning.

1) The debris bin or filter may be clogged. It is recommended to wash these after each use to prevent debris from hardening in your device, thereby affecting performance.
2) If performance is related to a clogged impeller, please disassemble, and clean the impeller as described in section 8.3 of the instruction manual.
3) The roller brush or filter is aging, and needs replaced.

Why does the device leak garbage after being removed from the pool?

1) The contact surface between the caterpillar tread and the wall is insufficient, resulting in the device being unable to climb.
2) The debris bin is full or the filter is clogged, causing the device to fail to climb the wall.

This action may be caused by the debris bin being full or the filter being clogged. Please use a high-pressure water gun to flush the debris bin.

Yes. Please follow the instructions on Aiper app to add the device, then the device can be controlled through the app. Without the additional communication buoy, your device will lose connection to the Aiper App while submerged underwater and will not be able to be controlled or receive instructions.

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