Dyson Upright and Cylinder vacuums
I have the light ball, When moving the ball from storage to cleaning carpets there was a loss of suctionFollowed the steps on Dyson to solve the problem and noticed that the Internal hose comes unclipped when the machine is raised or lowered Is the hose faulty ?
Not sure anybody at Dyson will read this:I have been a multi product customer for many years and service has been excellent until now.On 25th August I paid £79 in advance for my DC40 to be repaired and collected by DPD.They failed to collect on 4th Sept.today told: “we have chase them” re-booked for 11th Sept.
I recently had my carpet professionally cleaned. Previous owner has dogs and it took several cleans, leaving there carpet wet. It has been slow to dry and now has a nasty smell of damp. I have a DC49 and ideally want to use that than but something else.Any tips?Thank youJustin
Hi. Our vacuum is less than a year old. It has recently been emitting a smell similar to ionized air. I thought it might be the belt, so disassembled the unit to remove the motor assembly. Upon powering, I've confirmed the smell is coming from the motor unit. It doesn't smell like burning rubber, and the axles are spinning normally. Observationally, there appears to be quite a bit out arcing between the motor brushes. Does anyone have any experience with this issue?
The black tube attached to the hose on my MultiFloor 2 fits into the purple piece (yellow on my machine) shown in the drawing below. What holds these two pieces together when you want to use the hose for cleaning drapes or upholstery, etc. On mine, the tube just falls out of the purple piece (at the blue arrow) whenever I want to use it. It seems like I must be missing some sort of clip that holds the two pieces together. No amount of force will join them together so that they “click” into place.
I've had my Dyson corded vacuum returned after being collected and repaired.My machine has been returned as tested for suction etc. The main head all works fine but there is very poor suction through the wand, it was very good previously as it powered the power head used to remove dog hair. This head now barely turns when you use it on cushion covers with any pressure put upon it .Also if you put your hand over the wand the pressure is way down. I'd go as far as to say this isn't my machine but the serial no does match so it must be. Please advise what to do next?ThanksJT
I’m wondering who was responsible for designing floor heads for this machine. They’re an absolute killer and make the machine completely unusable. Pneumatic head is basically hard to push, on carpets, rugs and sometimes it sticks too much even on hard floors. It also makes an awful scraping noise on hard floors. This “lovely” carbon fibre turbine is a joke basically. It stops spinning when you put it on carpet. I mean I think whoever designed it should be fired. Apart from floor heads it’s a fairy decent machine. The cord and hose are a bit short but can be manageable. Easy emptying, cyclones work great keeping the filter clean. Although when it gets dirty, the filter is really hard to clean.
Just received my Dyson ball this evening, I assembled as instruction show and video.when turning it on and tilting it the brush head will not move, I have pressed the brush rotation button on and off. Powered on and off but still it does not move! I have disconnected the head and reconnected it a couple of times, incase it was not connected properly. Still nothing when the hoover is switched on. Is there anything I’m missing? Or is it faulty?
I have searched the dyson web site UK for a COV assembly hose and can not find it. Does anyone have the product code for this item so I can purchase from dyson, as I do not want to get a non gen part from amazon. Its for the Dyson DC40. Thank you for your help.
On the very top of handle - is a yellow open/ closing flap that has come adrift ( no broken part or fixing )two little raised points internally for flap to fit on to but somehow they are not clipping on or slotting in .please help your fellow user or I will Dy soon
i've recently had a problem with the brush rotor on the front of my vacuum cleanerit stopped spinning so i checked the support pages and followed the instructions.then i checked youtube for answers. i found a video of someone who had a broken white power cable in the side assembly of the device.this is exactly the same place as my device. i followed the instructions and soldered the cable back together which worked.here's the URL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuS3EKAoUQEi checked out the Dyson community and other people have posted problems with their front brush not spinning so it seems to be a common problem. e.g.Help my DC25 brush bar isn't spinning - Any suggestions? | Dyson CommunityDC 25 Upright vacuum - Brush Bar Not Spinning | Dyson Communitymy problem is that the soldered connection has broken again.i looked at the possibility of replacing the white cable but though i can access the connection in the side assembly hinge i cannot get to the connection in the front brush con
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