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The typical refurbishment journey of a commercial Sebo BS36
« on: October 20, 2019, 03:04:18 PM »
The typical refurbishment journey of a commercial Sebo BS36 twin motor vacuum. I thought may be of interest to some here.

Here is an "as is" machine from a batch just arrived.



So first we strip it down...........



And remove all components from the body and housings so they can be washed........



Here we see washed chassis and brushroll, with a half buffed top cover in the background......



The motor ran but the brushes were short and the bearings noisy, so some surgery required.......



Motor rebuilt and starting to go back together now......



Almost there, cosmetic refurbishment of the case now.....



And now finished and on the shop floor.



You can see here the various stages of strip down and rebuild including a motor rebuild and a new flex.

Donít fall for budget priced machines from fly-by-night sellers. Many donít have the access to new spares, expertise or inclination to rebuild them like you see here.

Many simply plug them in to see if they run, change the bag, blow them out with an airline and give them a wipe over and call them reconditioned. That isnít reconditioning. What you see here is.

Caveat Emptor.

We have reconditioned BS36s (when available) >>here<<

We have new BS360s (the facelifted version) always in stock at a very keen price >>here<<


 

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