The easiest way to reset your crate if the LitterMaid litter box’s automatic rake is stuck is to turn the power switch off for about five seconds, then turn it back on. This will prompt the device to start a cleaning cycle and will reset the device if a previous cleaning cycle was interrupted by a power failure.
Fast Blink – (blinks 2 times per second) The litter box has detected a potential blockage and is in ERROR mode. The rake will automatically cycle 5 times to attempt to clear the blockage; If this fails, the LED light will flash and the rake will return to the home position.
Check the indicator light on the back of the litter box to make sure there is power. If the light doesn’t come on, try plugging the litter box into a new outlet. If the light stays off, contact customer service.
Check each part of your litter box to clear the error. Make sure the waste bin cover is closed. When the litter trap is full, replace your litter box. Make sure the litter box lid is attached to the litter box lid.
Locate the reset buttons at the end of the rail near the waste bin. Some models have a button on one side, while others have one on each side. The buttons are small and white. You should hear a clicking sound when you press it.
Flashing red LED
Check that the litter is not above the fill line. Unplug the litter box for 30 seconds.
Press and release: Pressing the cycle button will start the Litter-Robot cleaning cycle. To interrupt the cycle, press any button on the control panel during the cleaning cycle. Press Cycle again to continue the cleaning cycle.
Turn off the device and remove the hood and globe. Check for gear or motor binding. Reassemble the device and verify that the waste is correct. b> Then turn on the device – if the problem persists, contact customer service at 1-877-250-7729 , [email protected] or litter-robot.com/help.< /p>
Tell your veterinarian about using the litter box. The health counter automatically increases by 1 each time the rake completes a cycle. To reset the counter, press and hold the reset health counter button next to the counter display for 3 seconds or until the display resets to 0.
I cut out the bottom of the bin and put a large bin liner inside, which I clip to the sides of the bin. I use masking tape or blue painter’s tape to seal the edges and secure the container in place. The waste is then thrown into the large garbage bag in the drawer.
To reset the counter, PRESS AND HOLD the health counter reset button next to the counter display for 2 seconds or until the display resets to 0. We recommend resetting the counter each time you replace the litter box. Most cats adapt easily to the ScoopFree® Self-Cleaning Litter Box.
Clean the litter box cover with unscented soap and warm water. Clean the litter box frame with a damp cloth and unscented soap. Pull the waste cover up and back to remove it. Clean with unscented soap and warm water.
Also, crystal litter would not cause clumps to stick to the bottom of the litter box, causing the LitterMaid rake to get stuck or keep hitting a clump that has hardened into an obstruction and block the rake’s access to clean the rest of the box.