Cleaning and Maintaining your Mirra
Follow these steps to clean and maintain your Mirra for the longest life possible.
1. Ensure the Mirra is disconnected from the power-supply
2. Rinse the filter as shown in the image below after each cleaning cycle.
3. Clean the scrubbing (roller) brush by removing any debris that might be wrapped around it.
- Position Mirra upright (fig. 1 below), so you can view the scrubbing brush
- Push the end cap of the brush inward, using a screwdriver, and pull out the roller (fig. 2 below)
- Place the newly cleaned brush in the Mirra, snapping the end cap into place until it clicks (fig. 4 below)
4. Check the propeller as follows. REMINDER: BE SURE THE POWER-SUPPLY IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE MIRRA BEFORE CHECKING THE PROPELLER
- Remove the filters from the Mirra (fig. 1 & 2 below), if not removed already.
- Unscrew the propeller top cover using a Phillips head screwdriver, counterclockwise (fig. 3 below).
- Remove the cover (fig. 4 & 5 below)
- Remove any debris from the propeller (fig. 7 below). Note: there is no need to clean out the pump motor.
- Place the propeller top cover back onto the robot (fig. 8 below)
- Screw the cover back into place, by screwing the screw in clockwise (fig. 9 below)
- Put the filters back into the robot (fig. 10 below)
5. Straighten out the floating power cord periodically, so it doesn't develop kinks over time.