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Hi, it sounds like your motor is gone. That was the sound i had from my dyson dc07 animal i took it apart and found that the brushes had burnt the armature on the motor. I ordered a new motor and fitted it back together with the help from an espares video. I bought a genuine dyson motor they come in a black box and it is a lot cheaper than buying a new dyson. It was the popping sound that i had .Hope this is of some help to you. Always unplug the hoover when working on it.
Sorry to hear you're having problems with your new DC25. Please ensure the HEPA filter is securely locked into place, by pushing it firmly down until you hear an audible click. Please also check that the filter cover is correctly fitted. Both of these steps are shown in this in this video guide: