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Hi there, it's Jack at Dyson. Most of our vacuums include a thermal cut out, which shuts the machine off if it starts to overheat. Usually this will be because the filter needs a wash, or because there's a blockage in the machine. From what you've described it sounds like there's a blockage in the hose, wand or duct. To resolve this, please follow the steps shown in our online Support guide: http://content.dyson.com/support/help.asp?article=954&product=DC17-ANIMAL It's important to wash your machine's filter at least once every 3-6 months, as shown in the video above. Use cold water without detergent, and allow at least 24 hours for it to dry completely before replacing it. This should resolve the issue, but if you would like some further advice from our experts, please email us at askdysonUS@dyson.com. We'll be in touch as soon as possible. Best wishes, Jack Dyson Online Customer Support http://www.dyson.com
Your battery is losing voltage too quick. It has probably developed a
'memory'. Dyson claims that their handheld has the best suction out of
all the handhelds out there. In order to maintain that claim the circuit
board will shut off power to the motor when the voltage drops below
adequate charge for full suction.
We need someone who can teach us to bypass that part of the circuit so
it won't cut power to the motor or you need to get a new battery.
Shorting the battery like an Aircraft battery then re-charging won't fix it.
The serial number is of no use. If you could obtain the combination simply by asking on a public website then your safe would be, by definition, an unsafe... Many electronic safes come with an emergency bypass key, so check that you haven't got one ferreted away somewhere.
If you have forgotten the combination and have no bypass key then the only option is to cut or drill the safe open. You can call out a locksmith if you like, but will find that the only difference is that he/she may have better tools and safety equipment than you and will have a better idea where to cut. Some cheap, pressed steel, safes with plastic front combination panels can be opened even more easily by just hammering off the plastic bits until access can be gained to the sliding door bolt mechanism.
Sorry that this is not the answer you were hoping for, but safes are not meant to be easy to open other than by using the correct key or combination.