Tip & How-To about Dyson DC35 Multi Floor Digital Slim Cordless Vacuum

When I called they indicated that the brush roller can be removed with a quarter. Which I was able to do. Cleaned out collected debrie with a pick. They recommended that I do not wash it.

Keep the brushes cleaned regularly. I used a pick to pull out the hair and dust bunnies. It took a while, but will be easier if done regularly.

I tend to want to wash everything with soap and water. They recommended not using water.

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HI, it's Jim from Crucial Vacuum!

Definitely do not submerge your brush roll in water. An easy way to clean your brush roll is to manually rotate it to help unearth any debris or clogs that may be hidden.

If you notice that there's a lot of hair strands, or carpet fibers you can use either a razor and a scissor to remove this debris.

With the majority of vacuums the brush roll comes off. Usually you remove the brush roll to either replace it or replace your belt. If the bristles on your brush roll are loose or worn down it may be time to change it.

You can purchase your replacement parts direct from Crucial Vacuum with free shipping and an exclusive 10% coupon for Fixya.com readers, use code: FIXYA10

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I hope this was helpful. If you would like further assistance, please feel free to give us a call at 877.750.9239. We have helpful and friendly customer care representatives on the line ready to assist you.

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I have a similar problem as many do with this model, "clean Roomba's brushes".. We took it apart last night, cleaned out all of the dust we saw. we removed the cover, the housing for the brushes and everything else we could. Still has the same problem. What now?


The machine is trying to tell you that there is something still restricting the brushes being able to rotate. The brushes are spinning on an axile that might have some hair or carpet fibers caught in it still. Look on the outer edges of the brush assembly and see if any of these things are rapped around those ends. Cleaned that off and put a little WD-40 in there and that should get you going.

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The brush roll is probably not spinning properly. It may have dust and hair under the end caps. Try to remove the end caps to clean under them. If it is 5 years old it likely needs a new brush roll anyway.

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Here is a link that might help you out.
http://www.robotreviews.com/chat/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=10960

Phil


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