@igor_X no I bought it back in 2017.
So it’s odd that when I hit reset it resets fine it’s just that after the cycle process it indicates it’s full.
So essentially just a malfunctioning DFI circuit I guess?
That’s unfortunate. Almost been 3 years so I can’t complain, just odd how it’s out of nowhere.
Thanks for your reply.
Yes, we have seen this behavior before. DFI sensor failure is most common failure root cause for Litter Robot 3 Open Air.
I have noticed that my DFI SENSOR is broken.
I have the Litter Robot III open air WiFi Connect.
It is still under warranty. How can I get a new sensor?
How did you determine that the sensor is broken?
What is your order ID and a serial number of the robot?
Can I send you a private message or mail?
This information should not be put in the open.
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