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Sebo Guarantee in UK is for 5-years - drive belt unlimited.
By sooty3cat on 20 January 2014
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Have you tried cleaning the fibres from around the brushes? Lay it down on its back and see how many fibres are wrapped around the brushes. They just pull of if there are any but they do slowly accumulate. Allyn
By A discerning consumer on 08 December 2015
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Use the extension hose that comes with it or get the cleaner closer to the edges. I have no problems using it all the way up the skirting boards on my stairs.
By Mad Ferret Lady on 19 December 2014
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It is heavy but I can manage to take it upstairs. If you have difficulties lifting I would not recommend it but it is a very good cleaner so I think it's worth it. I would not call it very heavy....but it is not a lightweight vacuum.
By Batgirl on 08 December 2014
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Sorry for the delay but internet problems. The difference is that you get the pet hair turbo head for getting pet hair off stairs and upholstery. The Sebo web sire is really helpful too.
By Rory Hennessy on 26 August 2014
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I think I understand what you mean.
The charcoal filter removes the stale smell you get with an ordinary vacuum cleaner from the air coming back out of the Vacuum.
It is marvelous not to get that lingering smell after vacuuming.

By Mr. Peter L. Waterhouse on 08 May 2014
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It did for us when we bought one a month ago. I understand that the spec can vary over time.
By A discerning consumer on 24 August 2014
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Yes,the tools are very good and tough.
By Mrs V R Williams on 31 July 2014
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