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Sebo Airbelt K1 Electrical Problem

My Sebo Airbelt K1 has lost power due to a bd connection from the supply cable. I'm sure its easy to fix if I could get inside the machine. How can I get inside the cover to fix the problem?

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  • VLarcombe May 31, 2008

    I have a similar electrical issue, it started intermitantly and now wont go at all, if I can get to it I'm sure I can fix it.



    I have removed the foam belt and rear clips and the retaining ring on the tube fitting (part 40 on the drawing) but how do you remove the on/off pedal button (part 27 on the drawing)? Im guessing it is a push fit but I don't want to force it.



    TIA.



    Vernon.

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Remove the belt or seal that goes around it, there are some clips to take out, then it will separate.

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