Sebo spares

The motor in our Sebo X1 vacuum cleaner has failed (quite spectactularly, too,
judging from the clouds of smoke & burning smell).
Sebo seem to want GBP90 for a new one. Any suggestions as to places to look for
a cheaper one?
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Huge
All the spares suppliers seem to charge about 85 notes, and item 180027378554 on eBay is about the same. You will probably need to look at the second hand/used spares market if you don't want to pay for a new motor. Your local Freecycle might be worth trying.
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DIY
Oh, well. thanks. It is about 13 years old, and the first serious failure, so not *too* horrid.
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Huge

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