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Belt changing dco4 how to change drive belt

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Posted by gentilly on Jul 10, 2008
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Dyson DC07 drive belt replacement


Hi.

The other end of the drive belt the part you cant see goes to a clutch.
The clutch unit has 2 belts one is clutch to motor the second is clutch to brush roller.
You obviously look after your machine because you say you have had no problems with belts or clutch for 5 years.
Both belts & clutch can be worked on but its alot to explain so look at this site for service manuals.
http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu/

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