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How To Replace The Hose and Extension Tube on a Sebo X1 Vacuum Cleaner

Split or cracked hoses or extension tubes on any vacuum cleaner will result in a loss of suction and this Sebo X-1 is no different in taking a few drags and hits while you vacuum.

A vacuum cleaner hose and extension tube can take a surprising amount abuse over time, particularly at the connecting joints. Don’t suffer for the sake of a damaged extension wand when eSpares can help you repair your appliance.

Repairing your Sebo couldn’t be any easier. If you’re still unsure, follow this simple step by step guide and have your Sebo vacuum cleaning your home at its optimum best.

This video shows an example on how to remove or replace the part on a typical machine, some models may be different but the procedure should be similar.

  What You Will Need:

  Step 1 - Safety Advice

Safety First! Please ensure that you have disconnected the appliance from the mains before starting any repair.

  Step 2 - Removing Damaged Hose and Extension Tube

Okay let's do this… In order to remove the faulty hose, we need to remove the retaining clip holding the hose in place. Once that’s removed we can pull the hose out along with the extension tube which should just slot out. Easy as that!

  Step 3 - Replacing Hose and Extension Tube

Now that we have the damaged hose and extension tube out of the vacuum, we can now fit the new ones. To replace them we simply need to reverse the order of removing them.

Start with the extension tube, just clip that in place. Then feed the grey end of the hose down the tube and into position, and then click the black end to the machine. Replacing the retaining clip will ensure the hose is secured in place tightly, as over time the clip can lose its grip.

There you go! That how easy it is to replace the hose and extension tube on the Sebo X1 vacuum. We hope that this has helped provide you with an easy to follow guide on how to replace a faulty or damaged Hose and Extension Tube for your vacuum.


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