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Sebo X1 upright vacuum. Problem - height adjust is not working, staying in highest position. Is it worth trying to fix?

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The X1 has a servo motor with gear box, this is what adjusts for height. Either something has jammed it, or
it has gone bad. You would probably be looking at a $80 to $100 repair, that is if the servo is bad. There also is a computer controller circuit board which could be the problem.

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