Map problems

Hi,

I'm using a Roborock S6 and it worked really well in our house including the map feature.

Recently though, it seems to get "confused" and screws up the map by overlaying a rotated (or sometimes shifted) version. Attached are two screenshots before and after the problem occurs. (The "rays" going out of the room are normal as there are low windows.)

Any ideas how to fix and/or prevent this?



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  • We are sorry for the trouble you are facing.

    Is there mirror on the ground of your house? Robot's laser may reflect on mirror and it will think there is room inside of mirror.

    Have you tried to delete current map and create a new map?

    Btw, it is suggested to contact support via email :support@roborock.com so that we could reply in time.

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    Gottfried
    Gottfried01/29/2020      22:23
    @RR_Support:

    There is one room with a mirror but this is at the other end of the house. This creates some artefacts but I'm ok with that.

    The rotating map issue described is in a room without mirrors. When this happens then the robot seems to have lost completely its orientation, e.g., it also won't be able to find its way back to the docking station.

    I tried to delete and recreate the map multiple times but always the same result: it might work once or twice and on then these additional rotated rooms come up again.

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    Jammie LEins
    Jammie LEins06/29/2022      10:32
    @Gottfried:

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