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Remove the bin and underneath you will find a large disc (filter holder) that the bin in sits on. This needs to be removed. Its not as easy as it should be either.
Lay the machine flat on a table and stand behind the filter and pull the two top tab points with some firmly place fingers. Once these tabs release the last bottom tab can be gently flipped off with a flat blade screwdriver from the back (behind the wand hose).
I like to peel out the old filter and clean it up with a razor blade. Once this is done you can fit a lower cost DC14 filter in and save some money. No peeling needed if you buy a DC15 filter for big bucks.
Your DC15 is equipped with a sensor which shuts off the brushbar if something jams it. Once you've checked the cleaner head for obstructions and removed any threads or hair from the brushbar, you should be able to reset the machine. For guidance on doing this, please refer to our online support guide:
You should find this resolves the issue. However, if you're still having difficulties, please get in touch with us free, on 08002980298 (UK), or 1866MYDYSON (US), so we can run through some checks over the phone.
Try the above link or do a search in google for "Dyson DC15 parts".
Also, try searching in Ebay.
You should have no problem in locating the part.
Lastly, try calling Dyson at 866-MyDyson.