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Re: SEBO air belt K
You probably have a clog either in the hose, wand or the inlet down by the brush roll. Unhook the hose from the want and see if you have suction there and if the light stays off. Disconnect the wnd and look down thru it to make sure it is clear. If there is no obstruction, then the circuit board has a problem. But I would suspect a clog.
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some machines have a 'safety' built in where if the belt is broken, other items like the lights don't work. Check and replace the belt first. It's also very important to keep the tubes that suck air unclogged, and clean the filters EVERY time you use it
If the light was always green, then the other cars could never get through the intersection. I don't usually ride my vacuum on the street though, I use a broom and just fly instead. http://www.langleyvacandsew.com/en/
First, pull out the hose, turn the unit on, check for an obstruction in the hose. (unclog and obstruction)
Separate the body from power nozzle. Check for obstruction in the air hole passage.
Pull and clean both filters in the unit. The inside white long carriage and the exhaust filter located above indicator panel. (nozzle body)
If this is not working. think about where and how dirt is carried or passes from the front floor nozzle or through the hose.Somewhere in the unit the it is clogged. The red light censers a full bag (we know that's not the issue) or an obstruction to the normal air flow.
Last Resort contact http://www.sebo.us/contact_us.aspx
In closing: I've been selling and repairing vacuums for over 30 years. Of all the 5 major brands that I sell. Sebo is by far the, best product on the market.
I understand 240v to be 240 volts. of electricity- no vacuum should have 240v. that amount is used on elect. stoves, air conditions,welding machines and large electic appliances. Check the belt drive and the manual for the green light operation- I still don't understand the 240v deal.
Check the main "kitchen roll" filter isn't clogged which is on the left hand side of the bag when the bin door is opened. There could be a clog, either behind the pick out metal grid below the filter roll, or the roll filter requires to be replaced. Can you add more info about the squeaking though? Is it a high pitched squeal all of the time or just intermittent and where it seems to be coming from - it could be excess air escaping from a pierced hose or a drive belt issue.
Assuming you mean the long cylindrical filter that's in the bag compartment, you just pull it out using the little handle at the bottom. They are sometimes very tight, and you can use something like a screwdriver to lever it out (care not to damage the main casing). When inserting the new filter, lift the little metal lever so it's pushed up behind it (that's just a device that stops you closing the door with no filter in place.
I hope this is helpful. If so, please remember to rate my response. Good luck!
Your Sebo has switched itself off to prevent damage. The flashing red lights indicate that the brush roll is jammed and that there may also be a blockage somewhere. You should take the brush roll out and make sure it is clear of obstruction, and also check for blockages (in the inspection flap on the underside, and in the plastic pipe and the flexible hose), and check the condition of the filter in the bag compartment. If the brush roll is clear and the problem persists, you should seek help from a professional repairer as something is probably broken inside (although with Sebos this is extremely rare). Good luck!
My Sebo Air Belt C2 Total. The automatic electric cable wire won't stay out when pulled, it just springs back. When I'm hoovering I have to wrap the wire around the small wheels so that it doesn't shoot back in the machine.