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Loss of suction, loud blowing noise

When I turn on my Dyson is seems okay for about 5 seconds then it starts making a loud blowing noise. The blowing is coming from the small vent on top of the canister (underneath the handle) and also from around the base of the canister (where it attaches to the vacuum), both areas are blowing hot air. It still picks up some things, but there is a great loss of suction.
I've cleaned the filters and checked for blockages.
Any ideas???

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  • JannaSmiley Oct 16, 2008

    While waiting on a response I did find a major blockage in the tube on the right hand side of the vacuum. I got it cleared and my Dyson is working like a charm! Thanks so much for your response!

  • kjsweeney Feb 14, 2009

    My Dyson DC07 also makes a loud blowing noise, and air is escaping from the vent on top of the cannister. Suction is currently non-existent.

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Hi.

Try cleaning out the vortex this will sort out poor suction.

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