Simply press this button in, and lift upwards on the handle or the bag housing at the same time: Step 4. Sebo is by far the, best product on the market. Please read the instructions in this operator manual carefully before using the product. Answered on Sep 21, 2018. There are a number of potential parts that may have failed vacuum motor, gearbox servo, main control board etc. When it shuts off like this, it's a protection system that prevents any damage from happening to the motor when it can't breathe and starts to overheat. They are an expensive machine to buy but it is a popular premium brand which means spare parts are available.
There's a button at the bottom of the machine that is either a grey, or yellow color depending on what color your vacuum is. It is the same machine as the X4, only difference is a different motor and cosmetic differences. I hope this answer was helpful to you, and you were able to find the clog and fix the problem. On the base of the handle there is a little tab see picture below that has open one side, closed on the other. Somewhere in the unit the it is clogged.
Answered on Apr 21, 2017 Greetings from Govacuum, You may want to check the handle position. If you need further help, please post a reply here and I'll do what I can. If you have changed the bag, and it's still showing this light, it means that you either have a clog in the vacuum, or your filters are dirty, which is reducing the suction and making the machine think that your bag is full. Answered on May 27, 2015 The red lights should flash very quickly upon vacuum start-up normal. If the motor is not turning on there is likely a problem with the motor or power supply board. It's really appreciated when you take the time and do this if the repair was helpful. There's a little orange flap on the bottom of the machine that is actually a clog port.
If for some reason the handle is not completely down, this can cause the machine to cut on and off. The inside white long carriage and the exhaust filter located above indicator panel. Answered on Dec 25, 2018 Depends on what was damaged, what caused the failure and how badly. You should feel some resistance when turning the beater bar as it is being driven by a fairly tight belt and a motor. My guess is that there is probably a clog in the machine somewhere, or the filters are dirty.
Remove the hose and wand assembly from the vacuum cleaner completely. These are really the only places that the Sebo can get clogged. To check and see the clog in the bottom of the machine, I find it easiest to remove the upper bag housing from the vacuum cleaner completely so you're just looking at the bottom power nozzle of the vacuum cleaner. If the light does come on, then this indicates that you have a clog in the bottom of the vacuum cleaner. Almost every time there is a clog in a Sebo, this is where I typically find the clog. You may also remove the brushes from the vacuum and look behind the brushes at the suction port, or the area where the suction goes through the vacuum to see if you see anything obstructing the suction here.
If you found my repair helpful, please be sure to rate the repair by clicking the 4 thumbs up icons in the top right hand corner, or by leaving feedback for me. The most common issue with the beater bar would be a burning rubber smell. You may take a metal clothes hanger, and try removing the clog this way. Thank you so much, Chris Jones GoVacuum. Carbon brushes are really easy to remove as are other areas. .
If you have any questions about your that are not answered in the manual, please share your question in the troubleshooting section on the buttom of this page. The red light censers a full bag we know that's not the issue or an obstruction to the normal air flow. Check for obstruction in the air hole passage. If your machine is actually cutting off, this indicates that your machine is definitely clogged, or something is stuck inside which is causing the motor to not get air flow, and cauing the machine to over heat. After the bag housing has been removed, turn the lower part of the vacuum upside down so the brushes are facing upwards. Of all the 5 major brands that I sell.
Hopefully this should take care of it for you. Don't forget to rate, thanks. Now turn the vacuum cleaner on and check to see if the red light comes on while the hose and the wand have been removed. Open up this orange colored trap door, and look to see if you can see any obstruction or clog underneath of here: Step 5. Just unlock this tab, push the handle all the way down, and then close the tab again. I suspect that the single 70mm black wire that you see has been cut off that cable run. Look down both of the parts and see if you can see thru both sides.
If the light stays on, there's almost certainly a problem with the main circuit board for which you should get professional help but that would be extremely unusual. Re-attach the hose and wand back on the vacuum, but just the end of the hose that goes into the vacuum cleaner, leave the wand out of the vacuum cleaner so it looks like this: Turn the machine on now as if you were using the attachment hose to clean corners or above the floor and see if the red light comes on here. First, what is the issue you are experiencing? You may verify this by remove the hose again from the vacuum, and also removing the wand from the hose by pressing the hose release button on the wand and pulling the hose out of the wand. On this page you find the Sebo Automatic X4 manual. Is that a good guess? Also listen to the noise the motor makes and see if the noise changes when you put the hose back on the vacuum cleaner. If your vacuum is under warranty, this would likely be covered.
Answered on Dec 10, 2014 It will take far longer for me on how to do this, but I did it myself using this fantastic espares video on You Tube. If you have any other questions about the Sebo, I love sharing my knowledge, and passion for fixing and repairing vacuums, please don't hesitate to send me an email. Answered on Aug 29, 2014. You may do this by pressing the two tabs on the end of the hose that plugs into the vacuum cleaner: With the hose and the wand removed from the vacuum, it should look like this: Step 2. In the long run I think it would be worth repairing if you can isolate the part that has burnt out and shop around for a good price. I have included a link to the parts list for your reference.