DEENKEE DK700 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Owner’s Manual
Download User Manual for DEENKEE DK700 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner (EN|DE|ES|FR|IT) 114 pages 2020 pdf/zip
DEENKEE DK700 Cleaning Robot with Wi-Fi and Alexa
Multiple infrared sensors on the front ensure that the DK700 will not damage the furniture during cleaning and prolong the service life of the machine.
The DK700 uses a brushless motor with a suction force of 1500PA and is more silent.
When the power of DK700 is less than 20%, it will return to the charging base station by itself. Please make sure that there are no sundries around the charging base station, so as not to affect the recharge time of the sweeper.
Three ground inspection sensors are installed at the bottom of the DK700 machine to ensure that the DK700 will not fall from stairs or other heights during cleaning.
Ultra-strong climbing ability can help to exceed the threshold up to 0.63 inch.
The DK700 adds a gyroscope system, which makes cleaning more planned. The “S” type cleaning path can completely cover the cleaning area.
The mobile APP can display the cleaned area and draw the cleaned area map. You can keep track of the DK700’s work progress through the APP.
Please read the manual carefully before using and keep it for future reference.
OWNER’S MANUAL in English (EN), German (DE), Spanish (ES), French (FR) and Italian (IT) languages.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. WI-FI SETUP INSTRUCTIONS
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTION
3. PRODUCT COMPONENTS
3.1 Names of Parts
3.2 Product Specifications
3.3 Product Characteristics
4. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
4.1 Remote Control Instructions
4.2 Operating Instructions:
– Placement of the Charging Base.
– Charging Modes.
– Auto charging.
– Switching Modes: Startup. Pause. Sleep.
– CHarging instructions.
– Schedule setting
– Cleaning Modes: Plan cleaning. Edge cleaning. Spot cleaning. Single room cleaning button.
5. PRODUCT MAINTENANCE
5.1 Side Brush Cleaning and Replacement
5.2 Cleaning of Dust Box and Filter
5.3 Maintenance of Rolling Brush Components
5.4 Maintenance of Other Components
5.5 Replaceable Modules
– Range of application
6. COMMON FAULTS / TROUBLESHOOTING
– The robot cannot be charged.
– The robot stuck during work.
– The robot goes back to recharge without finishing the cleaning work.
– The robot does not perform cleaning work automatically as scheduled.
– Remote control malfunctions.
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