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Thread: Can modern robots deal with these traps?

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    Can modern robots deal with these traps?

    I have been using an older Dolphin Diagnostic in my pool. It gets stuck on the stools at times (see attached pictures). The Dolphin has died and I'm looking for new robot that does not need help getting unstuck.

    I'm hoping that newer robots are able to escape this "trap" - do any of you have experience with robots and stools?

    Thanks in advance,
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    Re: Can modern robots deal with these traps?

    No experience but I can promise you you are likely expecting more than robots can deliver.....just too many obstacles
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    Re: Can modern robots deal with these traps?

    I tend to agree. If it's getting jammed up there, I'm not sure you'll find one that will make it out.
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