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Have you checked the app? Assuming you have it and it is connected. It should tell you there what is wrong.
all i get when i switch it on is a exclamation mark in a triangle  cannot get it to do anything else  have tried this  but will not do it

 ⁠Switch On

⁠Press Night Mode button once

⁠Hold down Flow Mode button for 11-13 seconds

⁠Press Oscillation button once

⁠<engineering screen will appear>

⁠Press button six(?) times to show fault code screen

⁠To exit the Engineering Menu press any button but the button
Sebo Vacuum Cleaners / Re: Sebo Airbelt E series cable reel
« Last post by dougborland on July 11, 2024, 03:23:09 pm »
Thanks. It was similar with the Miele - had to be super careful not to let it unravel. I may have go out of curiosity now.
Sebo Vacuum Cleaners / Re: Sebo Airbelt E series cable reel
« Last post by MVacs on July 11, 2024, 12:59:23 pm »
It will be possible, but we haven't actually done it. In fact, we have a handful in a box that we are getting around to looking at. Our chap looked at them and said it wasn't obvious how they opened, and that's why we haven't yet.

I just looked at one, and I agree, it isn't obvious. There are three clips/indents that are clearly the route to opening them.

Back when we used to open and fix Dyson DC02 and DC05 cable rewinds, they were potentially lethal though. Get it wrong and the spring unleashes with some force, and could have your eye out.

If you figure it out, do please share.
Can't be 1961. They didn't come out in the USA until 1963, and the UK in around 1967.
Sebo Vacuum Cleaners / Sebo Airbelt E series cable reel
« Last post by dougborland on July 11, 2024, 11:34:02 am »

We have a Sebo Airbelt E vac and unfortunately cable strain at the rewind reel end has resulted it no longer working. Does anyone know if it's possible to split the reel and repair the connection? I'd imagine the reels are supposed to be non serviceable but does anyone know if this is possible ? I've carried out a similar repair on a Miele canister in the past. Thanks
Cylinder & Canister Dysons / Re: DC11 Bleed Valve
« Last post by Dysonboy on July 07, 2024, 10:47:56 pm »
Its just a spring loaded piston. When a blockage anywhere occurs i.e. puttig your hand over this creates a vacuum that pressure over comes the springs pressure.

Theres no way it can fail so if it's not functioning it means your not building adequate vacuum to overcome the spring so you have a leak somewhere on the machine.
Cylinder & Canister Dysons / Re: DC11 Bleed Valve
« Last post by julien on July 06, 2024, 03:21:39 pm »
I already seen this topic, it's thanks to this that I achieved to reassembly the cyclone of my DC11 and found your forum
Many thanks to the poster Beko1987  :thumbsup:

But no real explanation on how the bleed valve works (opening and closing conditions and states)

The bleed valve looks like to this

Introductions / Re: New Members - How did you find us?
« Last post by julien on July 06, 2024, 02:42:46 pm »
I knew about this forum by chance thanks to a Google search where I came across the very helpful Beko1987 topic talking about DC11

Thanks for your welcome  ;)
That worked - thanks very much!
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