I accidently broke the lid to my dust bin on the robo vac… should be able to order a replacement. Help
More spare parts should be offered by Wyze. Why always replace everything if a power cord is bad?
The Wyze robot vac is made by Xiomia. It is the same as their Mi vacuum
An eBay seller has a used dust bin
Or if you would prefer a new dust bin
This comes from China and should take about a month to get here.
Thanks! Really appreciate it
Part doesn’t fit not correct dust bin.
Are there any options to buy a replacement part for the dustbin or compatible parts?
We broke ours also and need a replacement, if anyone finds one, thanks!
C’mon Wyze, we should be able to buy some dust bin replacement. It’s not so hard to sell those parts.
Welcome to the community @strogg
what happened to your existing dust bin?
Thank you @spamoni4!!
The fine mesh that protect the HEPA filter got broke.
Ahhh. Was hoping it was the door or cover. That is easier.
I am a community member as you, I would contact Wyze by phone.
Will see what I can find.
Please note New Washable Vacuum Dust Bin Box+HEPA Filter For MI Robot Vacuum Cleaner | eBay does not fit the Wyze RoboVac it is a tad tool long.
Please add a Dust Bin to the parts users can order. Willing to purchase it.
The hinge on the door broke. Wyze support sent an entire replacement vacuum and a shipping label to return ours with, but that is a huge waste and I would rather spend 30 seconds snapping in a new bin then 30 minutes mapping and reconfiguring No-Go zones. Why waste hardware with a very replaceable part? Sorry, but that is pretty silly IMO.
I have been thinking of some DIY ideas to repair the mesh of the dustbin filter.
Covering the tear with tape and sealing it with super glue.
Making a sleeve for the dustbin with fine fabric to collect any dust that leak trough the tear in the mesh filter ( https://www.amazon.com/Polypropylene-Nonwoven-Disposable-Efficiency-Filtering/dp/B08FSKCCWC/ )
Any other ideas about how to address this problem? Would it be possible to 3D print a custom part that could use a a fabric filter instead ?
Thinking out loud … how about nylons or pantyhose? Cut a piece and lay it in the recess where the replaceable filter goes then snap the filter it. This is better than nothing. A nylon might not be the best but you get the idea.
A paint strainer bag is another option, TomG’s method sounds good.