Question about Sebo Vacuums
Sounds like a bad sensor or a possible loose connection electrically. If you are very handy with tools you could try taking things apaet but a dyson is expensive nso I would leave it to the pro's and take it to the local used vacuum shop. They give the best advice in these situations.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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