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My dyson DC04 started to **** a dog toy up the main bit with the brushes - stopped it immediately and removed the toy but since then the suction is still ok/strong with the extension hose picking up but no suction is getting to main scetion/brush area - sounds like a pipe is disconnected from the front area - nothing obvious on the surface....HELP! Thanks in anticipation........... Julie Price

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  • juliep66 Sep 06, 2008

    Tks for your prompt response - how do I actually access the internal pipe - have you got a diagram you can send me? No men around to help me!!!!



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Get a different brand vacuum. Dyson's are easily the worst vacuum I've ever owned. I've tried the DC14, DC25 and DC33 they are all heavy plastic POS's made in Malaysia. I've owned every kind of vacuum under the sun. Rainbow, Kirby, Oreck, Riccar, Sebo, Miele. Dyson was EASILY the worst. I'd say a Hoover or Bissell or the Dyson knock off the Shark, is a better purchase than a Dyson. I'm amazed @ what people will buy these days. Dyson is the only company that flat out lies in their claims. If you return your vacuum for service while under warranty, you pay the shipping and they send you back a refurb. RIDICULOUS. Dyson used to be a good vacuum before outsourcing their production to Malaysia. Now they're terrible, heavy, useless pieces of ****.

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Hi.

With handle pulled back as if cleaning the floor does the brush spin when you turn machine on ?

If no then you have snapped the drive belt,
Unplug machine from electricity supply then undo the 3 plastic screws under machine to the unlock position.

Lift off the sole plate this covers the brush roller you should now be able to see if the drive belt has snapped & replace it.
If the drive belt is intact still change it as it will be stretched & burnt.

If the drive belt looks ok but it dissapears in to the casing & you cant see what it connects to then your machine has A clutch this is more difficult to sort out you will need A manual they are available from here http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu/

Any problems contact me on here,

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Check if the internal pipe being the brush housing has not come of

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  • dysonlucy Sep 06, 2008

    hi Julie if you lie your cleaner flat on the floor then turn it on its side you will see clear flexi pipe this has to be on for good suction if it is still on check whether it is split

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