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Litter Robot Blinking Blue Light

Litter Robot – an automatic litter box for your cat. It is odor-controlled and self-cleaning. Moreover, it will give you a service of around two and a half years as well. But hey, is your Litter-Robot blinking blue light?

Without further description, let’s dig deeper into the fast-blinking issues of Litter Robots. We can categorize the troubleshooting session into two segments. Because the robot blinks in three colors,

(If you are here seeking an answer for ‘why is my litter robot 3 blinking blue light?’ You’ll also find the answers here. Litter Robot Open Air owners will find answers too.)

Blinking Blue Light, Blinking Yellow Light, and Blinking Red Lights

Mostly, the reasons for blinking blue light will be discussed. But sometimes this blue light blink gets combined with the yellow LED or red LED. So, it is necessary that you have the required knowledge of all the LEDs and what they mean.

Litter Robot Blinking Blue Light?

Litter Robot Blinking Blue Light

Blue blinking indicates most often “Full Drawer Indicator.” It blinks Blue while the drawer is full and needs to be changed most of the time. On different occasions, it occurs some system failures by

  • Dirt
  • Electrical Problems
  • Continuous Wet Weather
  • Mechanical Problems

To approach the troubleshoots of blinking blue lights,

Obstructions Over DFI Lenses

Litter Robot Obstructions Over DFI Lenses
  • Drawer Full Indicators are sensitive. First, Unplug the power line.
  • Remove the bonnet and globe to get easy access to the DFI component.
  • Now find the Drawer Full Indicator component; you will find it in the center of the base. There are two green circuit boards on the same side.
  • Clean it with a soft cloth. You can wipe the sensor eye with a tissue, a paper towel, or even a lite glass cleaner.
  • If you find a black key on the back of the globe, place it at the back of the base. In a word, Replace the Globe and Bonnet.
  • Power TheDevice “On”
  • If your device doesn’t cycle automatically, Press “Cycle.”
  • If it cycles and the light turns blue. Be sure your device is running normally.
  • But be confirmed at least after two to three cycles.
  • If it is still not working properly, Try Recalibrating the sensors. It may work on the issue.

And still not working properly? Not indicating the solid blue light flashing?

  • Press the cycle button (Removing the waste drawer). Press the Reset button twice.
  • Make sure any dirt or obstacles is not blocking the sensor. If the blue light is blinking now, the drawer is somehow removed.

Now, if the sensors are clean, there is no dust in the drawer. Maybe you need to repair your device from a service center.

You should know that wastes often get stuck on the side of the waste drawer. Check on the sensor eye if you are around it. It could be a reason for the continuous blinking even if the drawer is not full. Try shaking the drawer to level the waste in that case. So, you need to check that out before starting to troubleshoot, at the very beginning.

Now on the other side,

Yellow Light Blinking

Yellow Light Blinking

A yellow light generally indicates “The Cycle is Paused.” Though it can flash yellow lights in two ways

Flashing Slowly- this slow flash is about once per second. Which indicates, “The clean cycle is interrupted” So many times, the cats try to enter the globe while it’s in cycling. The sensor detects it and pauses the process. And it starts after 15 seconds of your cat’s left.

Also, if the bonnet is removed or disconnected, this may show the slow yellow light flashing. It will start cycling after 5 seconds after the bonnet is placed properly.

  • If the yellow light Flashes Quickly, About four times per second. It means there is a pinch condition. Noted that, the device is built-in with safety features and programs with some sensors that detect significant activities.

If the device’s anti-pinch safety program detects a pinch condition, you first turn the device off. Then have a look at the waste port base. If there is any type of obstruction, then clean that up. Finally, press the reset button, and it’s done.

Blinking Red Light

Blinking Red Light

Are your Litter Robot’s solid red flashing lights indicating that your sensor has been engaged by your cat and that it is ready to use? It will be a comprehensive clean cycle lasting roughly 3.17 to 15 minutes. It is entirely dependent on the amount of time you have set aside.

A red-light blinking indicates that the cat sensor has been triggered for at least two minutes. It’s possible that there’s too much weight within. Alternatively, the cat might refuse to leave the unit. Occasionally, there may be surplus garbage or litter inside the globe beyond the fill line over the black rubber liner.

“Pressing The Reset Button” is the only troubleshooting option. It will clear everything up and start it all over again.

Now heading to some complex light flashing indications such as:

Blue and Yellow Lights On

Litter Robot Blue and Yellow Lights On

It usually indicates that the device is in sleep mode. It is an 8-hour interval during which the gadget will not cycle. To turn off the sleep mode, simply press and hold the Cycle button. That is all there is to it.

Sometimes Litter Robot Lights Flash Continuously.

For example, Obstruction detection is indicated by a flashing yellow to red light. The device would glow in this manner while your motor’s base performance was being jammed. It is recommended that the gear be checked and the device be reassembled. It’s also a good idea to double-check the litter level.

Also, it shows Blue to Yellow to Red While the unit can’t find the dump position.

Red to Yellow to Blue Starts when the device is not getting the home position.

Flashing yellow, blue, and red no stopped?

Flashing yellow blue and red no stopped

The device won’t start cycling.

In the three scenarios described above, the best course of action is to contact the support center and leave the rest to them. Because the average user cannot repair the complex system with his own hands. Also, A litter robot comes with an 18-month guarantee that can be extended to 36 months if desired. So, if your item has a valid warranty, take advantage of it.

Finally, even though a Litter-Robot is a completely automated machine, it does require some maintenance from time to time. Sensor detections are the most common cause of device failure. Vulnerable activities, such as a large volume of litter or waste, or dirt on the DFI sensor or lenses, can cause your Litter Robot to blink. As a result, it is highly recommended that you keep an eye on the notification lights and perform some gentle maintenance as needed.

I hope your Litter-Robot doesn’t come across any serious problems. Sensor calibration is an important fix sometimes as well.

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