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  • dittons Jun 28, 2008

    Thanks, I've got into the machine by following your advice.

    Now, how does one get the belts off and the replacements on? It seems as if half the machine has to be undone!

    I have contacted Sebo; they do supply parts to the man in the street. Their number is (For United Kingdom) 01494 465533.

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I am not sure of the question about the belts. This is information I have found and maybe I will answer your question.

This link is a parts breakdown of your machine.
http://sebo.com.au/downloads/9547AU_9548AU_9549AU_1.pdf

Reference # followed by part # then description.
153 - 5463 Belt 2MR-310-6
154 - 5110 Belt 219 3M-HTDII-6

The following link is to contact Sebo, If you need to order belts, they may sell directly to you so contact them and give them the part #'s I supplied. If they wont sell directly to you, they should give you information on who around you is a Sebo dealer and will have belts to sell you.
http://sebo.com.au/component/option,com_facileforms/Itemid,29/
Hope this helps, please post back.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

  • D B Jun 30, 2008

    I have changed many belts on many machines, however your model of Sebo I have not. But from looking at the breakdown and from what I have come across on vacuums, they will always have some extra space incase the belt expands so it does not hit the cover. So I would not think you would have to take much apart to change the belts. I would suggest taking the main bag housing off, a release latch is on the front of the bag housing on the bottom in the middle (In the break down they refer this as "Housing Release Button" Ref #8 On page 4. Then you should be able to remove the top cover all the way off to expose the belts, you may be limited on space but you should be able to turn the belt sideways to get it on the pulley. Put the belt on the hardest to reach pulley first, then attach the belt on the other pulley. Some machines do limit you on space, but it should have enough. If you have further questions, Sebo may have instructions they can e-mail to you on how to change the belts. If they do not, I can look into it more. Good luck!

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