There’s a new robot vacuum you’re not supposed to use.
In fact, you’re going to need to buy a new one.
The robotic vacuum is designed to vacuum up items for cleaning purposes, but in the past, it has been found to have a range of unintended consequences.
In a study by researchers at the University of Texas at Austin and the University at Buffalo, a vacuum can lead to a number of potentially life-threatening problems.
The researchers were able to detect that when a robot vacuum hits a hard surface, it can damage the hard surfaces.
The damage can be severe enough to cause cracks in the surface and potentially rupture pipes, according to the paper.
In other words, when a vacuum hits something hard, it could shatter the hard surface.
This damage can then lead to the failure of the vacuum to properly control the force, the researchers found.
While the researchers didn’t identify the exact mechanism by which a robot can be damaged by a vacuum, they say that the impact could be due to mechanical imperfections.
The researchers say that if the robot vacuum was to be cleaned up with regular cleaning, the damage could be repaired.
For instance, the robot could be replaced with a more durable one, and then a new cleaning could be performed.