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1. How Long Does a Battery Last in a Robot Vacuum?

The overall lifespan of a robot vacuum battery, such as a shark robot vacuum battery, can vary from 2 to 4 years, assuming normal usage. This translates to approximately 400 to 800 charge cycles. Over time, the battery’s capacity to hold a charge will gradually decrease.
Depending on the model and robot vacuum battery replacement size, robot vacuums can usually run anywhere between 60 to 120 minutes on a single charge. Some high-end models, such as the iRobot Roomba battery, may last longer.
When a robot vacuum battery needs replacing, several signs can indicate its declining performance:
- Shortened Run Time: If your robot vacuum's battery doesn't last as long as it used to on a full charge, this is a common sign that the battery may need replacement.

- Failure to Charge Fully: If the battery no longer reaches full charge despite being plugged in for the recommended charging time, it might be nearing the end of its useful life.

- Frequent Recharging Needed: If the vacuum needs to be recharged more frequently than normal or doesn’t hold a charge for long, the battery might be deteriorating.
Yes, you can replace the battery in most robot vacuums, including the iRobot Roomba battery. First, ensure you purchase a compatible battery from a trusted source. Power off the vacuum and use the appropriate tools to open the battery compartment. Carefully disconnect the old battery and connect the new one, making sure it's securely in place. Finally, reassemble the compartment, power on the vacuum, and charge the new battery before first use.
Extending the life of your shark robot vacuum battery involves proper care and maintenance:
- Avoid Overcharging: Do not leave your robot vacuum on the charger all the time once it's fully charged.

- Use Regularly: Regular use helps maintain battery health. However, avoid letting the battery completely discharge too often.

- Keep the Battery Cool: Store and charge your robot vacuum battery replacement in a cool, dry place.

- Clean the Vacuum Regularly: Keep the brushes and filters clean. This reduces the strain on the battery.
If you use your robot vacuum battery daily, ensure it's charged daily. For less frequent use, charging every few days is sufficient. Besides, if you plan to store your robot vacuum battery for an extended period, charge the battery to about 50% before turning it off. Recharge it every few months to prevent deep discharge, which can damage the battery.
If your robot vacuum battery won't charge, several factors could be responsible:
- Dirty Charging Contacts: Dust and debris on the charging contacts can prevent the battery from charging.

- Faulty Charging Dock: The charging dock might be damaged or not working correctly. Check the dock for any visible damage or loose connections.

- Battery Age or Damage: Batteries have a limited lifespan. If the battery is old (typically over 1-2 years), consider replacing it with a new one.