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Dyson losing suction and air!

Hi

i have been searching for someone with a similar problem to mine but to no avail.

there seems to be a LOT of air coming out of the housing where the cable is stored in the wheel (DC05). Is this normal? If not is there something I can do that might stop the air coming out?

many thanks

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  • iankerry Dec 08, 2008

    thanks for replying.



    I did email dyson directly, and was pleasantly surprised to receive a telehpone call from them. Great customer service. For £65 i can get an engineer to call who will replace any parts necessary all inclusive.

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It has a crackesd housing, not normal. there arent any repair parts out there unfortunately
these are cheaply built vacuums.
dont believe everything you see on television
after years of repairs, my favorite is Panasonic, or Metropolitan

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