Although cats generally have excellent vision, aging and illness can diminish their ability to see in low light conditions. The automatic night light, located in the upper bonnet, is there to help gui...
8 Hour Sleep Mode allows you to deactivate the cat sensor for 8 hours so the Robot will not cycle automatically. Sleep Mode is useful for Litter-Robots located in bedrooms or areas where you may not w...
Getting Started with your Litter-Robot 3
WATCH VIDEO TUTORIAL
Your Litter-Robot 3 ships fully assembled. Follow these steps to get started and refer to the Instruction Manual for mor...
Fill the globe with approximately 4.5kg of litter, which should fill to the raised "fill line" on the black rubber globe liner when spread flat, depending on the density or particle size of your clay ...
WHAT DO THE LIGHTS MEAN?
SOLID BLUE LIGHT
Your Robot is ready and waiting for a visit
What to do? Nothing is needed to be done.
SOLID RED LIGHT
Your Robot has been v...
Description. Cycle is interrupted with the solid yellow light changing to a slow flashing yellow light and the globe stops cycling. This may be seen when the Robot is cycling and you are near, or mayb...
SLOW FLASHING YELLOW (1 per second)
Cat sensor has been activated to interrupt the cycle, or the bonnet has disconnected or been removed.
What to do? Wait 15 seconds to see if the cycle resu...
BLUE FLASHING LIGHT
Waste drawer is approaching full.
What to do? Empty the waste drawer by removing the full liner. Put in a new liner, make sure it does not extend over the edge of the dra...
Either the cat wont leave the Robot, or there is too much weight inside.
What to do? Remove cat if inside. If no cat, empty the waste drawer and put in a new liner. Press RESET ...
LIGHTS FLASHING BLUE > YELLOW > RED
Cannot find dump position.
What to do? Robot should still cycle automatically, but you need to contact customer service for help
LIGHTS FLASHING R...
The Litter-Robot III Open Air has almost the same floor space as an extra large cat tray. However, it is taller.
Its important to check if it will fit where you would like it to go, rather than hav...
The amazing Litter-Robot III Open Air is the 3rd version of the Litter-Robot, which is made in USA. The Open Air was upsized for larger cats, such as Maine Coons and Rag Dolls, with the oval or ‘egg’ ...
To start off, you need to put about 4.5kg to 5kg of litter into the globe. There is a line marked on the liner, and you will need to check how much your chosen litter weights when the l...
For most cats, especially if they are good with using a manual litter tray, the Litter-Robot is a welcome addition to the home. Everyone loves a clean litter tray, and once your cat or cats understand...
A common question is which litter is best in the Litter-Robot III Open Air?
As a general guide in choosing a litter type, particularly if you need to change from your litter to a ...
A flashing blue light on the Litter-Robot III Open Air is the Drawer Full Indicator (DFI) sensor advising the waste drawer is full and needs to be emptied.
The DFI is located on the underside of th...
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