Question about Dyson DC07 Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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First, check your outlet for power...plug something else in. Then, inspect the cord and check the power switch. You can use a multimeter to test across the power plug of the vacuum in the ohms position. Turn the switch off and on. If it does not change readings...the switch or cord is bad. If it does, it might be the motor.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
SOURCE: Dyson DC07
your better bar is miss alined put a felt tab (for chair legs thier sticky) on the side if the bar near the belt on the inside end re put in the better bar no more noise
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
SOURCE: Dyson Dc07
I had the same issue and solved it easily.My experience is the same as the March 6th response/ When you push your foot onto the base and then recline the handle, use your toe to gently push the very front of the base down closer to the carpet. This creates a much stronger seal and suction and picks up every bit of dirt easily. If i do not do this extra step the suction is much much less. I tried an experiment with sand that I poured onto my carpet. Initially, I went over the sand 4 times and the dyson 07 would only pick up 50 percent of the sand. I then poured more sand onto the carpet, and this time pushed the front lip down so it was contacting the carpet. This time only two passes were needed to completely **** up all the sand. Not sure why this is not in the manual but it really works. Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
depending on where you take the unit. the motor is about $60 or $70, shop time at a vac shop is going to be about $40 to $50. The whole thing will run you about $150. you can go to the Dyson web site and find a service center.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
This could be the switch, but could also be the motor.
The motor has a built in over-current protection device which normally automatically resets itself, but if the motor has had it, it then just cuts out again as soon as you switch it on.
Both the switch and motor are available quite cheaply on eBay, but fitting new ones requires good DIY skills (especially the motor), and some unusual tools (Torx drivers).
Have a look at www.dysonmedic.com which has some great info on repairing your machine, but if you dont feel you can repair it yourself, time to call a vacuum repairer or the Dyson helpline.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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