The detachable dust bin and filter.

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iRobot recommends cleaning the filter by tapping it against your garbage can.

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The underside of the Roomba.

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This is where all of the debris is pulled into the vacuum.

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A side view of the Roomba 880.

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This mini vac's spinning side brush keeps debris in line.

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The sensor helps the robot vacuum notice and avoid obstacles.

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This robot vac has a simple, minimalist design.

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It shares some design characteristics with the Roomba 790.

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The remote allows you to operate the Roomba with minimal effort.

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Some Roomba 880 parts and accessories include a remote, a filter, Virtual Walls and Lighthouses, and a Home Base, or dock.

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Make sure to set the time on your Roomba before you try to make a schedule.

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The Roomba 880 docked and fully charged.

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It's easy to remove and empty the dust bin.

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This handy vac can tackle hardwood flooring and carpet.

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