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Troubleshooting
Symptom
The eye lights rapidly flash
alternately in two colors.
AIBO soon asks for charging
even with a fully charged
battery.
Autonomous mode
Symptom
AIBO does not walk.
AIBO does not respond to
commands.
AIBO falls asleep all the time.
Remedy
Internal heat may have built up.
c
Wait for a while until the internal temperature falls, then shake
AIBO awake.
There may be a problem with the battery pack.
c
Replace it with a new one (see page 76).
The battery will last a shorter time when AIBO moves in the game
and performance modes.
The battery usually lasts for one to one-and-a-half hours in the
autonomous mode. If the battery continues to have much shorter
operating period, the battery may have reached its battery life.
Replace it with a new battery (see page 76).
Remedy
When you purchase AIBO, think of it as having just been born.
AIBO first moves awkwardly and hardly gets up, but as it matures,
it will be able to move in more various ways.
AIBO does not hear commands.
c
Turn up the volume of the sound controller.
c
Hold the sound controller close to AIBO’s ear.
c
Face the speaker of the sound controller towards AIBO.
In the autonomous mode, AIBO does not accept commands for the
performance or game modes.
AIBO does not accept commands while it emits sounds.
The sound controller is not set to operate by numeric commands.
c
Set the switch of the sound controller to A/B (see page 25) or
send single sound commands (see “List of commands” on page
91).
The command type may need to be changed.
c
Match AIBO’s command type to that of the sound controller by
sending commands (see page 35).
The battery power has run out.
c
Place AIBO on the station or install a fully charged battery pack
(see page 76).
When AIBO does not receive much human interaction or when it is
simply bored, it will fall asleep (see page 60).
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