6 6 English Introduction Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at General description 1 Top cover 2 Handle of dust container lid 3 Dust container lid 4 Filter 5 Dust container 6 Fan 7 Bumper 8 Docking station sensor 9 Start/stop button (to start or stop the robot) 10 Display 11 Power switch (to switch the robot on or off) 12 TriActive XL nozzle 13 Front wheel 14 Side brush shafts 15 Drop-off sensors 16 Battery compartment 17 Wheels 18 Suction opening 19 Side brushes 20 Battery holder 21 Remote control 22 Small plug 23 Adapter 24 Docking station Display and remote control Display (Fig. 2): 1 Warning indicator 2 Dust container full indicator Remote control: 1 Navigation buttons and start/stop 2 Docking button 3 Cleaning time button 4 Cleaning mode buttons How your robot works What your robot cleans This robot is equipped with features that make it a suitable cleaner to help you clean the floors in your home. The robot is especially suitable for cleaning hard floors, such as wooden, tiled or linoleum floors. It may experience problems cleaning soft floors, such as carpet or rugs. If you use the robot on a carpet English
7 English 7 or rug, please stay close by the first time to see if the robot can deal with this type of floor. The robot also needs supervision when you use it on very dark or shiny hard floors. How your robot cleans Cleaning system The robot has a 2-stage cleaning system to clean your floors efficiently. - The two side brushes help the robot clean in corners and along walls. They also help to remove dirt from the floor and move it towards the suction opening (Fig. 3). - The suction power of the robot picks up loose dirt and transports it through the suction opening into the dust container (Fig. 4). Cleaning patterns In its auto cleaning mode, the robot uses an automatic sequence of cleaning patterns to clean each area of the room optimally. The cleaning patterns it uses are: 1 Z-pattern or zigzag pattern (Fig. 5) 2 Random pattern (Fig. 6) 3 Wall-following pattern (Fig. 7) 4 Spot-cleaning pattern (Fig. 8) In its auto cleaning mode, the robot uses these patterns in a fixed sequence:z-pattern, random pattern, wall-following pattern, and spot-cleaning pattern. When the robot has completed this sequence of patterns, it starts moving in Z-pattern again. The robot continues to use this sequence of patterns to clean the room until the rechargeable battery runs low, or until it is switched off manually. Note: You can also select each mode individually by pressing the appropriate button on the remote control. For more details, see chapter 'Using your robot', section 'Cleaning modes'. How your robot avoids height differences The robot has three drop-off sensors in its bottom. It uses these drop-off sensors to detect and avoid height differences such as staircases. Note: It is normal for the robot to move slightly over the edge of a height difference, as its front dropoff sensor is located behind the bumper. Caution: In some cases, the drop-off sensors may not detect a staircase or other height difference in time. Therefore monitor the robot carefully the first few times you use it, and when you operate it near a staircase or another height difference. It is important that you clean the drop-off sensors regularly to ensure the robot continues to detect height differences properly (see chapter ' Cleaning and maintenance' for instructions). Before first use Mounting the side brushes 1 Unpack the side brushes and place the robot upside down on a table or on the floor. 2 Push the side brushes onto the shafts on the bottom of the robot (Fig. 9). Note: Make sure you attach the side brushes properly. Press them onto the shaft until you hear them lock into position with a click.
8 8 English Removing the protection tag from the remote control The remote control works on a CR2025 coin-shaped battery. This battery is protected with a protection tag that has to be removed before use. 1 Pull the battery protection tag out of the battery compartment of the remote control (Fig. 10). Now the remote control is ready for use. Preparing for use Installing the docking station 1 Insert the small plug of the adapter into the socket on the docking station (1) and insert the adapter into the wall socket (2) (Fig. 11). 2 Place the docking station on a horizontal, level floor against a wall. Note: Make sure that there are no obstacles or height differences 80 cm in front, 30 cm to the right and 100 cm to the left of the docking station (Fig. 12). Important note: deep sleep mode How to reset the robot when it is in deep sleep mode (robot does not respond): - Set the power switch to 'on' position (Fig. 13). - Charge the robot. After a few seconds the robot will respond again. Note: The robot will enter deep sleep mode every time you set the power switch to 'off' position and when the battery is empty. The battery may, for instance, run empty if the robot is unable to find its docking station. Charging When charging for the first time and when the rechargeable battery of the robot is empty, the charging time is four hours. Your robot can be charged in two ways: - On the docking station, either manually or automatically during use; - By connecting the robot directly to the mains. Note: When the rechargeable battery is fully charged, your robot can clean for up to 100 minutes. Charging on the docking station 1 Set the power switch to 'on' position (Fig. 13). 2 Place the robot on the plugged-in docking station (Fig. 14). 3 The start/stop button starts flashing slowly (Fig. 15). 4 When the rechargeable battery is fully charged, the start/stop button lights up continuously (Fig. 16). Charging automatically during use 1 When the robot has finished cleaning or when only 15% of the battery power remains, it automatically searches for the docking station to recharge. When the robot searches for the docking station, the start/stop button flashes quickly (Fig. 17). 2 When the rechargeable battery is fully charged, the start/stop button lights up continuously.
9 English 9 Note: The robot only searches for the docking station automatically when it started cleaning from the docking station. Charging directly from the mains 1 Press the power switch to switch on the robot. 2 Insert the small plug of the adapter into the socket on the robot (1). Insert the adapter into a wall socket (2) (Fig. 18). 3 When the robot is connected to the mains correctly, the start/stop button starts flashing very slowly. This indicates that the robot is charging. 4 When the rechargeable battery is fully charged, the start/stop button lights up continuously. Preparing the room for a cleaning run Before you start the robot on its cleaning run, make sure that you remove all loose and fragile objects from the floor (Fig. 19). Also remove all cables, wires and cords from the floor. Using your robot Starting and stopping 1 Press the start/stop button. - You can press the start/stop button on the robot (Fig. 20). - You can also press the start/stop button on the remote control (Fig. 21). 2 The start/stop button is continuously on and the robot starts cleaning (Fig. 22). 3 The robot cleans in the auto-cleaning mode until its battery runs low. In the auto-cleaning mode, it follows repeated sequences of Z-pattern, random, wall-following and spot-cleaning patterns (Fig. 23). Note: To select an individual mode, press one of the mode buttons on the remote control. See section 'Cleaning mode selection' for more details. 4 When the battery runs low, the start/stop button starts flashing and the robot searches for the docking station to recharge (Fig. 17). 5 You can also press the start/stop button to interrupt or stop the cleaning run. If you press the start/stop button again and there is still enough energy in the rechargeable battery, the robot continues cleaning in the auto-cleaning mode. 6 To make the robot return to the docking station before the rechargeable battery runs low, press the docking button on the remote control (Fig. 24). The start/stop button starts flashing and the robot searches for the docking station (Fig. 25). Note: If you did not start the robot from the docking station, it does not search for the docking station automatically when the rechargeable battery runs low. If there is still enough energy in the rechargeable battery, you can press the docking button on the remote control to make the robot return to the docking station. If the rechargeable battery is completely empty, you have to place the robot on the docking station manually. Operating the docking station The docking station has two controls that can be used to operate the robot.
10 10 English Battery full and go button If you press the battery full and go button on the docking station while the robot is charging, the robot starts cleaning as soon as the rechargeable battery is full (Fig. 26). 24h button If you press the 24h button on the docking station, the docking station starts to count down the 24 hours until the next cleaning run. When the countdown is finished, the robot starts cleaning until its battery runs low and then returns to the docking station automatically to recharge (Fig. 27). Cleaning mode selection Next to the auto-cleaning mode, this robot has four individual cleaning modes that can each be activated by pressing the appropriate button on the remote control. Z-pattern mode In Z-pattern mode, the robot cleans by making Z-shaped loops through the room to clean large areas (Fig. 28). Random mode In this mode, the robot cleans the room in a mixed pattern of straight and crisscross movements (Fig. 29). Wall-following mode In this mode, the robot follows the walls of the room to give the area alongside the walls an extra clean (Fig. 30). Spot-cleaning mode In this mode, the robot moves randomly on a small area to clean this area thoroughly (Fig. 31). Note: The manually selected modes are only active for a couple of minutes. After that, the robot switches to auto-cleaning mode. Manual driving 1 Use the arrow buttons above and below and to the left and right of the start/stop button on the remote control to navigate the robot through the room. (Fig. 32) Note: Be careful when you drive the robot manually close to height differences and staircases. Note: The vacuuming function and the side brushes only work when the robot is driven forward. The left, right or back buttons are only for maneuvering the robot. Using the cleaning time button Press the cleaning time button on the remote control to make the robot clean for 35 minutes. When the cleaning time is finished, the robot returns to the docking station to recharge (Fig. 33). Using the power switch Setting the power to 'off' position places the robot in deep sleep mode. In this mode, the robot does not respond anymore. - If you want to charge the robot, you need to press the power switch to 'on'. - If the robot goes into deep sleep mode during use, you can reactivate it by setting the power switch to 'on' and by charging the robot. After a few seconds the robot will respond again
11 English 11 - When you are not going to use the robot for a month or more, press the power switch to 'off' and unplug the docking station or the adapter to protect the rechargeable battery and to save energy. Signals and their meaning The robot has a display with two indicators: a warning indicator and the dust container full indicator. The start/stop button gives light signals. The table below explains the meaning of the signals. Signal Meaning The start/stop button is on continuously. The start/stop button flashes slowly. The start/stop button flashes quickly. The robot is ready to clean. The robot is charging. The robot is is searching for the docking station. The rechargeable battery of the robot is low. The dust container full indicator lights up. The warning indicator lights up. The dust container is full. The robot was lifted while it was cleaning. The bumper of the robot is stuck. A wheel or side brush is stuck. The top cover is not present or is not closed properly. The robot cannot find the docking station. Clap response The clap response is enabled when the robot enters sleep mode in the following situations: - when it stops cleaning due to an error - when you have programmed a short cleaning time - when it cannot find its docking station in 20 minutes If you do not see the robot, you can locate it by clapping your hands once. The robot will respond by beeping and by lighting up all icons on its display. Cleaning and maintenance Emptying and cleaning the dust container Empty and clean the dust container when the dust container full indicator lights up continuously. 1 Remove the cover (Fig. 34). 2 Pull up the handle of the dust container lid and lift the dust container out of the dust container compartment (Fig. 35). Note: When you remove or reinsert the dust container, take care not to damage the blades of the motor fan. 3 Carefully lift the lid off the dust container (1) and take out the filter (2) (Fig. 36). 4 Shake the dust container over a dustbin to empty it. Clean the filter and the inside of the dust container with a cloth or a toothbrush with soft bristles. Also clean the suction opening in the bottom of the dust container (Fig. 37).
12 12 English Caution: Do not clean the dust container and the filter with water or in the dishwasher. 5 Put the filter back into the dust container (1). Then place the lid on the dust container(2) (Fig. 38). 6 Put the dust container back into the dust container compartment and put the top cover back on the robot (Fig. 39). Caution: Always make sure the filter is present inside the dust container. If you use the robot without the filter inside the dust container, the motor will be damaged. Cleaning the robot To maintain good cleaning performance, you have to clean the drop-off sensors, the wheels, the side brushes and the suction opening from time to time. 1 Place the robot upside down on a flat surface. 2 Use a brush with soft bristles (e.g. a toothbrush) to remove dust or fluff from the drop-off sensors. (Fig. 40) Note: It is important that you clean the drop-off sensors regularly. If the drop-off sensors are dirty, the robot may fail to detect height differences or staircases. 3 Use a brush with soft bristles (e.g. a toothbrush) to remove dust or fluff from the front wheel and side wheels (Fig. 41). 4 To clean the side brushes, grab them by the bristles and pull them off their shafts (Fig. 42). 5 Remove fluff, hairs and threads from the shaft and from the side brush with a soft brush (e.g. a toothbrush) or a cloth (Fig. 43). 6 Check the side brushes and the bottom of the robot for any sharp objects that could damage your floor. 7 After you have removed the side brushes from their shafts, undo the snap connections of the TriActive XL nozzle by inserting your fingers at the places marked with arrows and pull the TriActive nozzle off the robot (Fig. 44). 8 Clean the suction opening with a soft brush (e.g. a toothbrush) (Fig. 45). 9 Remove all visible dirt from the TriActive nozzle (Fig. 46). 10 Insert the snap hooks of the TriActive nozzle into the holes in the bottom of the robot (Fig. 47). Push the TriActive nozzle back into position. Check if the nozzle can move a few millimeters up and down freely. Replacement Ordering accessories To buy accessories or spare parts, visit or go to your Philips dealer. You can also contact the Philips Consumer Care Centre in your country (see the worldwide guarantee leaflet for contact details). Replacing the filter Replace the filter if it is very dirty or damaged. You can order a new filter under order number FC8012. See 'Emptying and cleaning the dust container' in chapter 'Cleaning and maintenance' for instructions on how to remove the filter from the dust container and how to place it in the dust container. Replacing the side brushes Replace the side brushes after some time to ensure proper cleaning results.
13 English 13 Note: Always replace the side brushes when you notice signs of wear or damage. We also recommend that you replace both side brushes at the same time. You can order spare side brushes as a set under order number FC To replace the side brushes, grab the old side brushes by the bristles and pull them off their shafts (Fig. 42). 2 Push the new side brushes onto the shafts (Fig. 9). Replacing the rechargeable battery The rechargeable battery may only be replaced by qualified service engineers. Take the robot to an authorized Philips service center to have the battery replaced when you can no longer recharge it or when it runs out of power quickly. You can find the contact details of the Philips Consumer Care Center in your country in the worldwide guarantee leaflet. Replacing the battery of the remote control The remote control works on a CR2025 coin-shaped battery. Replace the battery when the robot no longer responds when you press the buttons on the remote control. 1 Hold the remote control upside down. Push the release button on the battery holder and at the same time slide the battery holder out of the remote control (Fig. 48). 2 Remove the empty battery from the battery holder and place a new battery in the battery holder. Then slide the battery holder back into the remote control (Fig. 49). Removing the rechargeable battery Warning: Only remove the rechargeable battery when you discard the appliance. Make sure the battery is completely empty when you remove it. To remove the rechargeable battery, follow the instructions below. You can also take the robot to a Philips service center to have the rechargeable battery removed. Contact the Philips Consumer Care Center in your country for the address of a service center near you. 1 Start the robot from a place somewhere in the room and not from the docking station. 2 Let the robot run until the rechargeable battery is empty to make sure that the rechargeable battery is completely discharged before you remove it and dispose of it. 3 Undo the screws of the battery compartment lid and remove the lid (Fig. 50). 4 Lift out the rechargeable battery and disconnect it (Fig. 51). 5 Take the robot and the rechargeable battery to a collection point for electrical and electronic waste. Troubleshooting This chapter summarizes the most common problems you could encounter with the appliance. If you are unable to solve the problem with the information below, visit for a list of frequently asked questions or contact the Consumer Care Center in your country. Problem Possible cause Solution The robot does not start cleaning when I press the start/stop button. The rechargeable battery is empty. Charge the rechargeable battery (see chapter 'Preparing for use').
14 14 English Problem Possible cause Solution The robot does not respond when I press one of the buttons. The warning indicator flashes quickly. The robot does not clean properly. The small plug is still inserted in the socket on the robot. The power switch is not set to 'on' (I) position. You set the on/off switch to 'off'. The robot could not find the docking station and the battery ran out. One or both wheels are stuck. One or both side brushes are stuck. The top cover is not present or is not closed properly. The bumper is stuck. The robot was lifted while it was cleaning. The bristles of one or both side brushes are crooked or bent. The robot does not work on mains power. It only works on its rechargeable battery. Therefore, always disconnect the adapter from the robot and the mains before use. Press the power switch to 'on'. Place the robot on the plugged-in docking station or plug in the small plug of the adapter. After a few seconds, the robot beeps and the display lights up. Press the power switch to 'on'. Place the robot on the plugged-in docking station or plug in the small plug of the adapter. After a few seconds, the robot beeps and the display lights up. Place the robot on the plugged-in docking station or plug in the small plug of the adapter. After a few seconds, the robot beeps and the display lights up. Set the power switch to 'off'. Remove the fluff, hair, thread or wire that is caught around the wheel suspension. Clean the side brushes (see chapter 'Cleaning and maintenance'). When the top cover is not present or is not closed properly, the robot does not work. Place the top cover on the robot properly. Press the start/stop button. Lift the robot so that its bumper comes free. Place the robot at some distance from the obstacle and press the start/stop button to make it resume cleaning. Press the start/stop button. Place the robot on the floor. Then press the start/stop button to make the robot resume cleaning. Soak the brush or brushes in warm water for a while. If this does not restore the bristles to their proper shape, replace the side brushes (see chapter 'Replacement').
15 English 15 Problem Possible cause Solution The filter in the dust container is dirty. Clean the filter in the dust container with a cloth or a toothbrush with soft bristles. You can also clean the filter and dust container with a regular vacuum cleaner at a low suction power setting. The suction opening in the bottom of the dust container is clogged. If brushing or vacuuming does not help to clean the filter, replace the filter with a new one. We advise you to replace the filter at least once a year. Clean the suction opening (see chapter 'Cleaning and maintenance'). The front wheel is jammed with hair or other dirt. The robot is cleaning a very dark or shiny surface, which triggers the drop-off sensors. This causes the robot to move in an unusual pattern. Clean the front wheel (see chapter 'Cleaning and maintenance'). Press the start/stop button and then move the robot to a lighter colored piece of the floor. If the problem continues to occur on lighter colored floors, please go to or contact the Consumer Care Center in your country. The robot is cleaning a floor that reflects sunlight quite strongly. This triggers the dropoff sensors and causes the robot to move in an unusual pattern. Close the curtains to block sunlight from entering the room. You can also start cleaning when the sunlight is less bright. The rechargeable battery can no longer be charged or runs empty very fast. The rechargeable battery has reached the end of its life. Have the rechargeable battery replaced by a Philips service center (see chapter 'Replacement'). The battery of the remote control runs empty too fast. The robot is moving in circles. Perhaps you did not insert the correct type of battery. The robot is in spot-cleaning mode. For the remote control, you need a CR2025 coin-shaped battery. If the problem persists, go to or contact the Consumer Care Center in your country. This is normal behavior. The spotcleaning mode can be activated when a lot of dirt is detected on the floor for a thorough clean. It is also part of the auto cleaning mode. After approximately one minute the robot resumes its normal cleaning pattern. You can also stop the spot-cleaning mode by selecting a different cleaning mode on the remote control.
16 16 English Problem Possible cause Solution The robot cannot find the docking station. There is not enough room for the robot to navigate towards the docking station. The robot is still actively searching. The robot was not started from the docking station. Try to find another place for the docking station. See 'Installing the docking station' in chapter 'Preparing for use'. Give the robot around 20 minutes to return to the docking station. If you want the robot to return to the docking station after a cleaning run, start it from the docking station.
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