Question about Vacuums
Our SEBO power brush, model ET350e has been performing very well over the years. My question relates to the brush and how long the filament should be before it becomes necessary to be replaced?
I suspect the brush is now worn down to the point that the head has become less efficient.
Hold A straight edge over brush head EG ruler.
Now rotate brushes slowly by hant they should just touch the ruler, If there is a gap then brushes need replacing.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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