Arnés del Sensor para Litter-Robot 2

WhiskerSKU:RB-Ltr-62
Número de fabricante: LR2WH

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Precio de oferta $18.99

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  • Completo arnés del sensor de repuesto para su Litter-Robot 2
  • Compatible solo con Litter-Robot 2
  • 6 meses de garantía

Customer Reviews

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Zoe
Fixed!

Fitted really well in place and did the job perfectly. 1 Litter Robot fixed!

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Dan
Very well laid out.

Replaced the entire motor, cable and PCB. Very easy with directions available online. Works like acharm and ready for another ten years of rolling cat dung.

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John
Works well but watch Youtube video

My V2 model was not returning to centre after cycling. It was the hall sensor on the wiring harness. The harness is easy to replace by following the YouTube video instructions. The centring of the harness can be tricky since there is little slack. The vid has you connect the front circuit board last. I did that and did not have enough cable to connect it. Start at the circuit board end when installing the new harness.

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Nicholas
Worked great

I assume one of the Hall sensors was defective. The robot would rotate to the dumping location fine, but could not find home. All lights would blink. Replaced the harness and everything works again like it should.

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Joseph
Great tutorial and superior customer service

My Litter Robot stopped working correctly consistently. It would flash all of the lights for a while and then try to empty the Robot, but end up emptying most of the litter on the floor on the left side of the Litter Robot. Litter Robot support was very unhelpful. They had me checking things that really had nothing to do with my problem. I had a bad hall effect (position) sensor in my Litter Robot 2 - at least I think that is what was wrong with it. I was very anxious if the new sensor harness would work or not. The Robot Shop Repair Guide tutorial walked me through every single step of replacing all of the wiring. The repair guide tutorial was invaluable. I actually found it by searching the internet. It took me about an hour give or take. Next time, it would probably be half that time since I learned a lot. A few things in my LR2 were slightly different than the tutorial (like the safety line connectors and my hall effect sensor was glued inside), but everything else was spot on. Make sure that your connections to the circuit board are exactly like shown in the Repair Guide photos. I had one connector reversed and it was giving me trouble. It was tripping a sensor. It's really easy to do because both circuit board connectors will accept the cables two ways. Customer service was beyond helpful in answering several questions. I will without a doubt purchase from Robot Shop in the future, especially for Litter Robot parts. I saved myself hundreds of dollars over sending it in for repair or buying a new one. If you have the willingness to try to repair it yourself, I think you can also save yourself a lot of money over sending it in for repair to Litter Robot.

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