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Sebo Automatic X4 Owner`s manual
Series
ENGLISH
SEBO automatic
For Household Use Only
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SEBO automatic X Series
Series Owner’s Manual
Table of Contents
Technical Details
Wiring Diagram
Important Safety Instructions
Special SEBO Product Features
Automatic Power Head Height Adjustment
Brush Roller Obstruction – Auto Shut-Off
Brush Roller Deterioration Warning
Stationary Use Warning
Bag Full or Clog Warning – Auto Shut-Off
Identification of Parts
Assembly
Optional Attachments
Standard Attachments
Operating Instructions
Starting the Machine
Operating Positions
Using the Attachment Tube, Hose & Attachments
The Display Panel
The Adjustment Wheel
Maintenance
Changing the Dust Bag
Changing the Micro-Hygiene Filter
Changing the Exhaust Filter
Changing the Brush Roller(s)
Changing the Sealing Strip
Clog Removal
Clogs in the Airflow Pathway
Clogs in the Attachment Hose
Clogs in the Attachment Tube
Clogs in Entrance to Dust Bag
Clogs in the Swivel Neck
Trouble-Shooting Guide
X Series Filter Bag Housing and Handle Schematic and Part Numbers
X4 Base Schematic and Part Numbers
X5 Base Schematic and Part Numbers
Warranty
How To Contact SEBO
Technical Details
Vacuum motor
Water lift (at motor)
Airflow (at motor)
Filter bag capacity
Sound level
Body weight
Motor protection
Working width
Brush drive
Brush speed
Floor adjustment
Cord length
Radio suppression
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1300 watts (10.8 amps)
92 inches
103.8 CFM
1.4 gal.
69 dBA
X4-16.7 lbs / X5-16.9 lbs
electronic cut-out
X4-12 inches / X5-15.1 inches
toothed belt
3100 rpm
automatic sensor control
40 feet
EN 55014 Verf. 242/91
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Wiring Diagram
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS MACHINE
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions must always be followed.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this vacuum cleaner has a polarized plug; one blade is wider than the other.
This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If
it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not change the plug in any way.
Connect only to the outlet type specified on the serial number plate underneath the machine.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
1. Do not leave vacuum while plugged in. Unplug from
outlet when not in use and before servicing.
2. Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces.
3. Do not use near small children or pets. Do not allow
to be used as a toy. Use of this product by children
should always be supervised by an adult.
4. Use only as described in this manual. Use only
manufacturer-recommended attachments.
5. Do not use with a damaged cord or plug. If vacuum
is not working as it should, has been dropped,
damaged, left out-doors, or dropped into water, take
it to a SEBO service center.
6. Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle,
close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp
edges or corners. Do not run vacuum over cord.
Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
7. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp
the plug – not the cord.
8. Do not plug in if switch is in the “I” (ON) position.
9. Do not use outlets above counters to plug in vacuum –
damage to items in the surrounding area could occur.
10. Always carry the vacuum over steps and sills.
11. Do not handle plug or vacuum handle with wet hands.
12. Do not put any object into vacuum openings. Do not use
machine with any openings blocked. Keep openings
free of lint, hair, and anything that may reduce air flow.
13. Do not re-use filter (dust) bags or wash the filters.
14. Do not remove any screws from vacuum.
15. Do not vacuum up anything that is burning or
smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
16. Do not use vacuum without dust bag and/or filters in
place.
17. Turn off all machine controls before unplugging.
18. Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
19. Do not use machine to vacuum up flammable or
combustible liquids such as gasoline or use in areas
where they may be present.
20. Machines can cause a fire when operated near
flammable vapors or materials. Do not operate this
vacuum near flammable fluids, dust or vapors.
21. Maintenance and repairs must be done by qualified
personnel.
22. Use only original SEBO replacement parts.
23. Do not use vacuum as a step.
24. If vacuum is used on plush carpet or carpet with thick
padding, do not leave machine standing in one place
with machine turned on.
25. Do not use the operator’s handle, which inserts into the
top of the dust bag housing, to carry the machine. The
carrying handle is located on the backside of the
machine’s bag housing.
26. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body
away from vacuum openings and moving parts. Do not
place fingers or other body parts under vacuum unless
it is unplugged.
27. Do not place the power head over rug or carpet edges.
28. The vacuum has a manual reset thermal protector. The
protector is reset by switching off the vacuum. The
thermal protector needs some time to cool down after
switching off! Check the vacuum for air blockages or
mechanical failures before switching on.
29. Store the vacuum in a dry place at room temperature.
When the vacuum is not in use, you should wrap the
cord on the cable hooks.
30. Any other servicing should be performed by an
authorized service representative.
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SPECIAL SEBO PRODUCT FEATURES
Your SEBO automatic X series vacuum cleaner is the most technically advanced upright vacuum cleaner in
the world. Along with its excellent filtration system (99.9% to 0.3 microns), one of its most important features
is its ability to “monitor” the resistance of the brush roller against the floor, so that the proper cleaning height
is consistently maintained. In addition, the machine has warning systems and automatic shut-off capabilities
that are designed to alert the user to machine problems that, if ignored, will damage the machine or diminish
performance.
Your SEBO automatic’s five most unique features are:
1. Automatic Power Head Height Adjustment. Based upon the resistance of the brush roller against
the floor, the power head automatically adjusts up or down to the appropriate cleaning height. The
adjustment process is indicated by two green lights labeled “UP” and “DOWN” located on top of the
power head. The height adjustment chosen by the machine ensures aggressive brush action, while
providing optimal air flow. This prevents suffocation of air flow due to improper height selection.
2. Brush Roller Obstruction – Auto Shut-Off. If the brush roller is obstructed, the machine will shut off
in 3 seconds and the red “CHECK BRUSH” light located on top of the power head will flash. The user
should turn the switch off, unplug the machine and immediately remove the obstruction. If the user
restarts the machine without removing the obstruction, the machine will again shut off in 3 seconds and
the “CHECK BRUSH” light will flash.
3. Brush Roller Deterioration Warning. The red “CHECK BRUSH” light will illuminate (after a
10 second delay) to notify the user that the brush roller is too worn and, therefore, should be replaced.
The light will remain illuminated until the worn brush roller is replaced, but the machine will continue to
operate in the meantime.
4. Stationary Use Warning. When the machine has its handle in the upright-locked position, it is
designed to disengage the brush roller from the floor by raising the height of the power head. If the
power head reaches its highest brush height but is still engaged in the carpet, the “CHECK BRUSH”
light will slowly flash to alert the user. This can occur on extremely high-nap carpet, such as loose-pile
shag, or on carpets with extraordinarily thick padding underneath. However, it is typically caused by the
user pulling forward on the machine while using the attachment hose or active wand. This feature was
designed to be an alert to the user to “take care” while the machine is stationary. An operating machine
should not stand stationary on the floor for inappropriate periods of time.
5. Bag Full or Clog Warning – Auto Shut-Off. If the vacuum’s air flow pathway becomes restricted
due to a full bag or the existence of a clog, the red “BAG FULL OR CLOG” light located on top of the
power head will illuminate. If the user ignores this warning for approximately 30 seconds, the machine
will shut off and the “BAG FULL OR CLOG” light will flash. The user should turn the switch off, unplug
the machine and immediately insert a new bag or remove the clog (to remove a clog, refer to the Clog
Removal section on page 9). If the user restarts the machine without having solved the problem, the
“BAG FULL OR CLOG” light will again illuminate and the machine will shut off in 30 seconds.
The control panel is located on the power head.
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Identification of Parts
1. Handle grip
2. On/Off switch
3. Handle assembly
4. Retaining ring
5. Cover release flap
6. Dust bag housing
7. Front cover
8. Housing release button
9. Power head with brush
10. Cable (cord)
11. Attachment tube handle
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46
43
45
44
24
18
12. Attachment hose
13. Handle catch
14. Carrying handle
15. Cable (cord) hook
16. Attachment tube (active wand)
17. Crevice nozzle
18. Upholstery nozzle
19. Foot pedal
20. Swivel neck
21. Support lever
22. Projection tab
23. Connecting tube
Optional Attachments
41. Wall and floor brush - Part # 1325 HG
42. Turbo brush for stairs - Part # 6179 AM
43. Radiator brush - Part # 1496 HG
44. Extension hose (9’3”) - Part # 1495 AM
45. Straight tube - Part # 1084 HG
46. Flat upholstery nozzle - Part # 1090 HG
Also available for odor control - the combined
micro/charcoal filter - Part # 5425 AM
Standard Attachments
17
25
17. Crevice nozzle
18. Upholstery nozzle
24. Dusting brush clamp
25. Dusting brush
Assembly
25
Attach dusting
brush clamp
with screw
24
Note
All illustrations
shown in this manual
represent the X4
model except where
part numbers and
instructions are
different for each
model. In those
instances, illustrations for both the X4
and X5 will be
shown.
Place the power head (9) on the floor with
the swivel neck (20) and the support lever
(21) upright. Hold the dust bag housing (6)
vertically and place it over the swivel neck
and support lever. Push firmly and evenly
down so that the housing release button (8)
snaps outward to its “locked” position.
Slide the dusting brush clamp (24) onto the
handle tube and tighten the screw. The handle of the dusting brush (25) will now snap
into the clamp.
To lock the handle (3) to the dust bag housing (6), turn the handle catch (13) at the
handle joint of the filter bag housing (6) forward to “open” position. Then slide the handle assembly (3) in as far as possible and
lock it in by turning the handle catch to the
closed position.
Push the black end of the attachment hose
(12) into the connecting tube (23) so that it
clicks into place. Insert the attachment tube
(16) into the swivel neck and push the handle (11) over the projection tab (22).
Insert crevice nozzle (17) and upholstery
nozzle (18) into the recesses in the back of
the machine.
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Operating Instructions
Starting The Machine
A. Before turning on your vacuum cleaner, make sure that the
vacuum handle is in its upright locked position and that you have a firm
hold on the handle grip to keep the machine from moving forward.
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1.
Turn the quick release cable hook (15) to the up position
by moving it to the left or right.
2.
Release the power cord plug from the power cord
and lift the cord off of the upper cord hook (26).
3.
With the switch (2) in the “O” (OFF) position, plug the
polarized power cord into a 120 volt outlet located
near the floor.
Switch Position
O = OFF
I = ON
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Operating Positions
B. When the machine is switched on with the handle in the upright locked
position (see A above), the power head and brush automatically rise from
the carpet. To release the machine from the upright locked position, press
down on the foot pedal (19) and lower the handle into the normal operating position. The power head and brush will automatically lower to the
appropriate height.
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The handle can be lowered to an intermediate stop position in order to lift
up the brush head for maneuvering over rugs, etc. To lower the handle to
a horizontal position useful for vacuuming under beds, the foot pedal must
be pressed a second time. The intermediate stop position can be closed
off by the orange-colored slider (27) on the back of the swivel neck (20),
so that the handle will go from vertical to horizontal in one movement.
!
WARNING! The quality, condition, coating, texture, age and manufacturing technique of all floor surfaces vary.
Therefore, upright vacuums with rotating brushes, including your SEBO, may damage some floor coverings or surfaces.
Some types of high-gloss hardwood floors, cushion vinyl, berber carpets, long shag, and delicate or hand-woven carpets are
particularly vulnerable to damage by rotating brushes. When possible, consult the materials supplied by your floor’s manufacturer for information on proper upkeep and cleaning. To ensure that your new SEBO vacuum cleaner is compatible with your floor, please test the vacuum cleaner on each type of flooring surface in a small inconspicuous
area to determine if any damage occurs. If damage occurs, stop using the vacuum cleaner immediately!
The standard brush roller on your SEBO vacuum is appropriate for most types of floor surfaces. However, a soft-bristle
brush roller (X4 part # 5010 GE or X5 part # 5290 GE) that is designed for use on sensitive looped-pile carpets and/or hard
floors is available for an additional charge. As with the standard brush roller, you should test the machine using the softbristle brush roller in an inconspicuous area prior to widespread use. The soft-bristle roller will wear more quickly than the
standard brush roller, so it will need to be replaced more often. Also, because the bristles are softer, the height adjustment
on the machine will be slightly lower than normal. Care must be taken to ensure that the bottom of the machine does
not contact the floor. If this happens, damage to the floor could occur. If damage occurs, stop using the vacuum
cleaner immediately!
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Using the Attachment Tube,
Hose & Attachments - Figures 1, 2 & 3
1
12
11
16
6
Figure 1
Figure 2
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41
The attachment tube (16) is useful for vacuuming corners and hard-to-reach
areas. The handle grip (1) should be in the upright, locked position (as shown
in figure 1). Grip the attachment tube handle (11), pull it up and away from
the machine and stretch out the hose (12) until it locks to the back of the tube
(this locking action will prevent the hose from retracting back into the attachment tube while it is in use). Various attachments may be inserted onto the
end of the tube. After use, remove attachment and re-insert the attachment
tube into the back of the machine. Be sure that the attachment tube handle (11) is inserted over the projection tab (see #22, page 5). If the attachment tube handle is properly seated over the projection tab, the hose will
automatically retract and you may resume vacuuming. There is no need to
turn off the vacuum while switching from upright vacuuming to using the
attachment tube or hose.
To use the hose without the attachment tube (as shown in figure 2), pull the
hose out of the attachment tube while the tube is still attached to the machine
and securely seated over the projection tab (22). Insert an attachment tool, if
desired, onto the end of the flexible hose. You may also release the hose while
the attachment tube is disengaged from the machine by pressing the release
button at the base of the handle (11).
While using attachment tools, if the the power head brush roller is not able to
disengage from the floor surface, you may keep the brush roller off the carpet by placing the handle (1) in its upright locked position and lowering the
handle with one hand to raise the brush roller off of the floor. Operate attachment accessories with the other hand. Or, with the handle in the upright
locked position, the machine may be tipped backward so that it rests on the
back side of the bag housing (6), and the power head is locked in a perpendicular position to the floor.
Figure 3
To vacuum walls, under beds, or higher-reach areas, etc., the SEBO automatic can be fitted with an additional straight tube (45) and the wall and floor
brush (41). The machine will then perform as a canister vacuum (as shown
in figure 3).
Figure 4
The Display Panel - Figure 4
40
Green light
Green light
Red light
Red light
Red light
Red light
Red light
Hard Floor
(a):
(b):
(c):
(c):
Brush is lowering
Brush is rising
Flashing and motor off - brush jammed – clear jam
Flashing and motor on (when machine is in upright,
locked position) – Take care, brush in contact with carpet
(c): Continuous – change brush roller
(d): Continuous – change bag or clear clog
(d): Flashing – motor switched off due to full bag or clog
For detailed information on the display panel, see page 4
Figure 5
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The Adjustment Wheel - Figures 5 & 6
On hard floors (figure 5), the adjustment wheel (40), moves upward into the
machine so that the brush lowers and becomes flush with the floor.
Carpeted Floor
Figure 6
On carpeted floors (figure 6), the adjustment wheel (40) moves downward out of
the machine so that the brush rises. The adjustment wheel moves up and down
automatically to adjust the brush to the correct setting. This provides aggressive
brush action, while maintaining optimal air flow.
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Maintenance
!
Dust Bag
Part #5093 AM
Figure 7
Micro-Hygiene
Filter
Part #5036 AM
Figure 8
Always unplug vacuum from outlet
before dismantling any part of machine!
Changing the Dust Bag - Figure 7
To change the dust bag, pull the cover release flap forward
(#5 on page 5) and lift the cover (7) from the dust bag
housing. The cover release flap must remain in a forward “pulled-out” position to change dust bags and
lock them into place. Squeeze the clamps on both sides
of the dust bag sealing plate, slide the plate (28) from the
holder (29) and push the cap on to seal the bag. Slide the
sealing plate (28) of a new bag into the holder and push it
in firmly. Re-insert cover into dust bag housing, push it forward, then lock it in place by pushing down the cover
release flap. You may find it convenient to store the bag
cap inside the dust bag housing below the dust bag.
Changing the Micro-Hygiene Filter Figure 8
Exhaust Filter
Part #5143
Figure 9
Brush Roller (X4)
Part #5010 AM
Figure 10 (X4)
The micro-hygiene filter (30) needs to be changed when
it becomes extremely dirty or clogged with dust, or after
approximately 20 dust bags have been used. To change
the micro-hygiene filter, pull the cover release flap (#5 on
page 5) forward and lift the cover from the dust bag housing. Then, slide the filter out at the bottom. To replace, lift
the safety lever (31) and slide the new filter in using the
tracks as guides.
Changing the Exhaust Filter - Figure 9
After 20 bags have been used, change the exhaust filter
(32). To remove the exhaust filter, push the catch (33)
backward and remove the filter cover (34) and exhaust filter. Insert the new filter and replace the filter cover.
Changing the Brush Roller(s) Figure 10 (X4), Figure 10a (X5)
Brush & Edge Rollers (X5)
Part #5290 AM
Figure 10a (X5)
Sealing Strip
Part #5400-1 (X4)
Part #5400-2 (X5)
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Figure 11 (X4)
Figure 11a (X5)
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To change the brush roller(s) (35 or 35a), push the button(s) (36 or 36a), remove the side plate(s) (37 or 37a),
turn the brush(s) clockwise a quarter of a turn, and pull
the old brush roller(s) out. Slide the new brush roller(s)
into the brush housing and turn it until it locks into position. While slightly pushing the button(s) (36 or 36a),
press the side plate(s) (37 or 37a) back into the locked
position.
Changing the Sealing Strip Figure 11 (X4), Figure 11a (X5)
The sealing strip (39) is located just behind the brush
roller opening. The sealing strip seals the power head to
hard floors to prevent kick-back of debris while vacuuming. To replace a worn sealing strip, push the release button, remove the side plate (36 and 37 in figure 10 & 10a)
and slide old strip out. Insert the new strip into the slot
and slide into place.
Clog Removal
!
Always unplug vacuum from outlet before removing
any clogs!
Clogs in the Airflow Pathway - Figure 12
Figure 12
Most clogs can be removed by accessing the airflow pathway via the orange
colored access door (38) located on the underside of the power head.
However, other clogs may only be removed by accessing the airflow pathway
by disassembling the machine in the opposite sequence of the machine’s
original assembly (see assembly, page 5).
Clogs in the Attachment Hose - Figure 13
Figure 13
Blockages in the hose can be cleared by removing the attachment hose (12)
from the machine by squeezing the retaining ring (4) and inserting the opposite end of the hose in the connecting tube (23). Hold the hose upright with
one hand blocking the top end and switch on the machine. If necessary,
quickly lift your hand on and off the end of the hose. If this procedure does
not clear the clog, a straight wire can be inserted into the hose to push out
the clog. Take care not to puncture the hose with the wire.
Clogs in the Attachment Tube (Active Wand) - Figure 14
Remove attachment hose (12) from the attachment tube (16). Then, grip
attachment tube handle (11) and remove tube from the machine. A straight
wire can be inserted into the tube to push out the clog.
Figure 14
Clogs in Entrance to Dust Bag - Figure 15
Remove attachment hose (12) from vacuum cleaner (see figure 13) and remove
front cover (7). Clean out connecting tube (23) and/or entrance to bag (28).
Figure 15
Clogs in the Swivel Neck - Figure 16
Clogs in the swivel neck (20) can be removed by first pressing the housing
release button (8) and lifting off the dust bag housing (6). Lift upward firmly
and evenly to properly remove the dust bag housing. Then, release the foot
pedal (19), lower the swivel neck, check inside the swivel neck channel closest to the foot pedal (see arrow), and clean out pathway.
Figure 16
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Trouble-Shooting Guide
!
Always unplug vacuum from outlet before dismantling any part of the machine!
PROBLEM
REASON
SOLUTION
Does not turn on
or machine shuts off
intermittently
1. Handle not fully inserted into the bag
housing, causing a faulty connection.
1. Release handle catch, push handle
down, close handle catch.
2. Not plugged into good outlet.
2. Use another outlet.
3. Cable worn.
3. Replace cable.
4. Dust bag housing (6) not seated
fully into proper “locked” position
on top of power head.
4. Housing release button (8) should
be snapped outward to its locked
position.
1. Bag full.
1. Replace bag. See #5 on page 4.
Bag full or clog light on
or flashing &
machine shuts off
2. Clog in airflow pathway, attach2. See Clog Removal on page 9.
ment hose, attachment tube, swivel
Also, see #5 on page 4.
neck or entrance to dust bag.
3. Microfilter dirty.
3. Replace microfilter.
Brush light on
1. Brush worn.
1. See #3 on page 4.
Brush light slowly
flashing
1. Vacuum is stationary and in
upright locked position.
1. See #4 on page 4.
Brush light flashing &
machine shuts off
1. Brush jammed.
1. See #2 on page 4.
Up & down lights flicker
1. Operating on uneven floor.
1. Ignore.
Does not pick up
1. Attachment tube not
correctly inserted.
1. Reinsert attachment tube, making
sure lower end of tube is in the
lower hole and handle is properly
seated over the projection tab (22).
2. Front cover not closed.
2. See below.
Front bag door won’t
fully close
Hose doesn’t retract
after attachment tube is
inserted
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1. Cover release flap not fully closed. 1. Reinsert bag. Lock the cover
release flap down firmly.
2. Bag not inserted properly
2. Reinsert bag with cover release
flap (5) up, until firmly latched in
bag holder (see pg. 8, figure 7).
3. Microfilter not properly inserted.
3. Lift safety lever and insert filter with
vertical plastic ridge on filter facing
you (see pg. 8, figure 8).
1. Attachment tube not properly
inserted.
1. Reinsert making sure top of handle
is pointing back and tube is fully
seated on the protruding tab (22)
on top of the dust bag housing.
White-Gray Machine
Pos.
Part #
Description
1
5634 AM
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
5297 SE
5359 DG
5450 DG
05112
5160 HG
5161 DG
5162
0103
5253 UL
5298 ER
0129
5187
0102
5040 HG
5045 DG
5707 GW
5319
5706 DG
5091
5360
5324
5750 SE
24
25
26
5454
5093 AM
5036 AM
5380 DG
27
28
29
30
31
1073
5208
5210
5164
5722 DG
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
1859
0161
5721
5703
5146
5424
5299
5266
5043
5289
5764
1823
5084
5163
5083
5702
48
5755 GW
49
50
51
52
1092
1491
5460
1329
Handle complete
(dark gray/light gray)
Handle grip (incl. pos. 7+10)
Grommet
Power supply cord
Switch
Switch cap (light gray)
Switch cap holder
Cable clamp
Screw C 3.9x16 DIN 7981
Wire-antistatic
Handle cable
Screw M 4x12 DIN 966
Handle tube
Screw F 3.9x13 DIN 7981
Hose, cpl.
Extension tube
Cover (white)
Bag holder Spring
Cover release (dark gray)
Safety catch spring
Safety catch
Bag holder cpl. (incl. pos. 20+21)
Front cover complete
(white/dark gray)
Front cover seal
Dust bag pack
Micro hygiene filter
Internal cover complete
(incl. pos. 40+41)
Clamp
Filter safety catch
Return spring
Cable clamp
Dust bag housing
locking catch (dark gray)
Handle catch (dark gray)
Clip 4, DIN 6799
Carrying handle (white)
Cable hook (white)
Stop spring
Retaining ring
Internal cable
Cable clamp
Seal
Seal
Dust bag housing (white)
Attachment clip (dark gray)
Spring for locking rod
Seal
Locking rod
Dust bag housing
bumper base (white)
Dust bag housing, cpl.
(white/dark gray)
Crevice nozzle
Upholstery nozzle
Mounting clip
Dusting brush
DG
GW
GW
DG
ER
GW
DG
GW
DG
DG
DG
DG
SEBO automatic
&
Filter Bag Housing and Handle
Blue-Yellow Machine
1
5636 AM
6
17
23
5160 SG
5707 DB
5749 SE
31
5722 SG
32
34
35
42
47
1859
5721
5703
5764
5702
48
5763 DB
SG
DB
DB
DB
DB
Handle complete
(dark gray / yellow)
Switch cap (yellow)
Cover (dark blue)
Front cover complete
(dark blue / yellow)
Dust bag housing locking catch
(yellow)
Handle catch (yellow)
Carrying handles (dark blue)
Cable hook (dark blue)
Dust bag housing (dark blue)
Dust bag housing bumper base
(dark blue)
Dust bag housing cpl.
(dark blue / yellow)
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White-Gray Machine
Pos.
Part #
100
5780 AM
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
5712 GW
5143
5711 GW
5729 UL
5176 UL
0102
2494
5101
5178
5728
5717
5203 ER
5205
5713 GW
5103
5051 DG
5059 DG
5053
5055 DG
2010
2014
5031 GW
5010 AM
5005 DG
5155 DG
5172 OR
5303
5304
5154 DG
0100
0176 TL
5174 DG
5060 ER
5411 DG
5412 DG
136
137
138
139
140
141
5400-1
5401
5402
0197
5320 DG
5468
05117 S
5100
5462
5129
5107-1
5112 SW
5740 ER
0107
0143
5173 SW
5464
0104
5463
5110
5029 HG
5044 HG
5017 ER
5327
5179
0103
0141
5018 UL
5117/1
5730 DG
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
Description
Power head cover, cpl.
(white/dark gray)
Exhaust filter catch (white)
Exhaust filter
Exhaust filter cover (white)
Swivel neck assembly
Male contact holder
Screw F 3.9 x 13 DIN 7981
Cable clamp
Swivel neck bearing r. h.
Swivel neck support r. h.
Swivel neck support l. h.
Swivel neck bearing l. h.
PCB 12 V power supply
Ribbon cable
Brush roller release
Spring
Axle, assembly
Foot pedal
Axle
Wheel
Axle spring
Axle clamp
Bearing block right hand
Brush roller
Bumper
Rubbing plate
Access door (incl. pos. 127 + 128)
Access door axle
Access door spring
Hinge
Screw C 2.9 x 9.5 DIN 7981
Screw AM 4 x 30 DIN 7985 TL
Pile adjustment wheel
Servo motor with gear box
Front bottom plate, cpl.
Rear bottom plate, cpl.)
(incl. pos. 136 + 139)
Sealing strip
Wire tie
Wire tie
Screw M 4 x 12
Chassis, cpl.
Vacuum motor 1300 W / 120 V
Carbon brush set / vac mot.
Rubber mounting
Motor pulley
Support lever
Support spring
Motor pulley cover
Computer controller
Screw C 2.9 x 13 DIN 7981
Washer 3.2 DIN 125
Cover for air channel
Sensor
Screw C 3.9 x 25 DIN 7981
Belt 2MR-310-6
Belt 219 3M HTDII-6
Bearing block l. h., cpl.
Bearing block l. h.
Drive shaft cpl.
Bushing
Clutch
Screw C 3.9 x 16 DIN 7981
Locking washer
Motor cover
Sensor pulley
Display (dark gray)
Blue-Yellow Machine
100
5786 AM
101
103
114
122
164
5712
5711
5713
5031
5730
DB
DB
DB
DB
SG
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Power head cover complete
(dark blue / yellow)
Exhaust filter catch (dark blue)
Exhaust filter cover (dark blue)
Brush roller release
Bearing block right hand
Display (yellow)
SEBO automatic
Base
White-Gray Machine
Pos.
Part #
100
5790 AM
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
5712 GW
5143
5711 GW
5729 UL
5176 UL
0102
2494
5101
5178
5728
5717
5203 ER
5205
5713 GW
5103
5051 DG
5059 DG
5053
5055 DG
2010
2014
5031 GW
5290 AM
5230 DG
5155 DG
5172 OR
5303
5304
5154 DG
0100
0176 TL
5174 DG
5060 ER
5413 DG
5414 DG
136
137
138
139
140
141
5400-2
5401
5402
0197
5321 DG
5468
05117 S
5100
5462
5129
5107-1
5112 SW
5740 ER
0107
0143
5173 SW
5465
0104
5463
5110
5242 HG
5243 HG
5236
5327
5179
0103
0141
5018 UL
5714 GW
5244 HG
5249 GW
5250
5246
5117/1
5730 DG
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
Description
Power head cover, cpl.
(white/dark gray)
Exhaust filter catch (white)
Exhaust filter
Exhaust filter cover (white)
Swivel neck assembly
Male contact holder
Screw F 3.9 x 13 DIN 7981
Cable clamp
Swivel neck bearing r. h.
Swivel neck support r. h.
Swivel neck support l. h.
Swivel neck bearing l. h.
PCB 12 V power supply
Ribbon cable
Brush roller release
Spring
Axle, assembly
Foot pedal
Axle
Wheel
Axle spring
Axle clamp
Bearing block right hand
Brush roller-Set
Bumper
Rubbing plate
Access door (incl. pos. 127 + 128)
Access door axle
Access door spring
Hinge
Screw C 2.9 x 9.5 DIN 7981
Screw AM 4 x 30 DIN 7985 TL
Pile adjustment wheel
Servo motor with gear box
Front bottom plate, cpl.
Rear bottom plate, cpl.)
(incl. pos. 136 + 139)
Sealing strip
Wire tie
Wire tie
Screw M 4 x 12
Chassis, cpl.
Vacuum motor 1300 W / 120 V
Carbon brush set / vac mot.
Rubber mounting
Motor pulley
Support lever
Support spring
Motor pulley cover
Computer controller
Screw C 2.9 x 13 DIN 7981
Washer 3.2 DIN 125
Cover for air channel
Sensor
Screw C 3.9 x 25 DIN 7981
Belt 2MR-310-6
Belt 219 3M HTDII-6
Bearing block l. h., cpl.
Bearing block l. h.
Drive shaft cpl.
Bushing
Clutch
Screw C 3.9 x 16 DIN 7981
Locking washer
Motor cover
Brush roller release (white)
Seal bearing
Brush cover (white)
Edge brush
Shaft extension, cpl.
Sensor pulley
Display (dark gray)
SEBO automatic
Base
Blue-Yellow Machine
100
5796 AM
101
103
114
122
163
165
169
5712 DB
5711 DB
5713 DB
5031 DB
5714 DB
5249 DB
5730 SG
Power head cover complete
(dark blue / yellow)
Exhaust filter catch (dark blue)
Exhaust filter cover (dark blue)
Brush roller release
Bearing block right hand
Brush roller release (dark blue)
Brush cover (dark blue)
Display (yellow)
Page 13
SEBO Vacuum Cleaner Warranty
Three Years Non-Wear Parts - One Year Labor
1.
Your authorized SEBO dealer or SEBO will provide
the original product purchaser with replacement of
Non-Wear Parts which fail due to a material or workmanship defect for a period of three (3) years from
the original date of purchase of new product. The
drive belts on a SEBO automatic X machine are
guaranteed for the life of the machine.
2.
Your authorized SEBO dealer or SEBO will repair (or
SEBO will cover labor charges associated with
repair) a defective SEBO automatic X machine at no
cost to the original purchaser, within one (1) year of
original purchase of new product.
3.
SEBO America, Floor Care Equipment, Ltd., or an
authorized SEBO dealer must complete all warranty
repairs.
4.
To locate an authorized SEBO dealer in your area,
or to register a warranty claim in the United States
of America, please call SEBO America at
(800) 334-6614.
5.
To locate an authorized SEBO dealer or to register a
warranty claim in Canada, please call Floor Care
Equipment, Ltd. at (800) 661-8687.
6.
The warranties provided for above apply exclusively
to SEBO vacuum cleaners which are used residentially. No warranty is provided for SEBO vacuum
cleaners used commercially.
7.
The Wear Parts excluded from warranty coverage
include filter (dust) bags, micro-hygiene filters,
exhaust filters, the cable (external cord), the attachment hose, the brush rollers, the front bottom plate,
the rear bottom plate, the sealing strip, the attachment tube, the crevice nozzle, the upholstery nozzle,
the dusting brush and all of the optional attachments. (See “Optional Attachments” on page 5 of
this manual).
8.
This warranty applies only while your SEBO vacuum
cleaner is physically located within the United
States of America and its territories or Canada.
9.
The purchase receipt showing the date, price, and
item of purchase is the initial document of proof of
purchase and determines the validity of warranty. To
be certain that your warranty claim can be
processed as quickly and efficiently as possible,
please retain your original purchase receipt and mail
in the warranty card provided with your new SEBO
vacuum cleaner.
10. This warranty gives you specific legal rights.You may
also have other legal rights, which vary from
state/province to state/province.
11. SEBO America will not process nor will it accept
responsibility for warranty claims for machines
purchased from dealers located in Canada.
Floor Care Equipment, Ltd. will not process nor will it
accept responsibility for warranty claims for
machines purchased from dealers located in the
United States.
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY:
The remedies provided under the terms of this Warranty are the purchaser’s exclusive remedies and are in lieu of any
other remedies otherwise available.
THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS:
• Used or secondhand products.
• Products outside of the warranty period.
• Items not manufactured by SEBO.
• Normal maintenance service.
• Equipment damaged by improper use,
accident, other casualty or negligence.
• Machines equipped with nonauthorized
attachments or modifications.
• Machines on which the serial number has
been altered or removed.
SEBO MAKES NO OTHER REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AND SPECIFICALLY
EXCLUDES THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
To contact SEBO in the United States of America:
SEBO America, LLC
Telephone: (800) 334-6614 • (303) 792-9181
Fax: (303) 792-9196
E-mail: info@sebo-vacuums.com
Website: www.sebo.us
To contact SEBO in Canada:
Floor Care Equipment, Ltd.
Telephone: (800) 661-8687 • (403) 250-5005
Fax: (403) 250-5057
E-mail: fcequip@shaw.ca
Page 14
SEBO WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND OR NATURE.
THIS DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES SHALL NOT
APPLY TO THE EXTENT SAID DISCLAIMER IS NOT
ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE STATE/PROVINCIAL LAW.
03/2003
06586
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