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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I want to replace the
Man that stinks burden.
Here's the deal. Sharp quit making vacuums and parts because, the same factory they were making the vacuums in, they were making regular T.V.'s in, and they decided to focus on the flat screens, thus it wasn't in the cards to keep the factory open. At least that's the way I understand it, and that's why you're having trouble getting the part.
The only thing you can do is call around to independent dealers and try to find it. A lot of times the ones that have the space will save spare parts, but the part numbers are not going to be on the parts, so that won't do you much good. You'll probably have to take them the those hose or the machine so they can see it, to make sure they have the right one, or if the tech is really good he may know that model and right hose off the top of his head.
Sorry I don't have a great answer for you, but I help people find stuff like that all the time, hopefully someone close to you will do the same. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Move the flexible hose at the rear out off the way and you will see a small hole that goes through to the on/off switch assembly. Use a small screwdriver through the hole to push the plastic clip away and you can then lift off the on/off button. You will then see a phillips screw that holds the switch assembly/housing to the main unit. Just unscrew and the whole switch unit can be removed.
Posted on May 28, 2009
We had a similar problem with ours and had to finally take it to the repair shop. They informed us that we needed to replace our clutch and that you needed to do that every 2-3 years. It cost less than $100 and has been well worth it.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
SOURCE: Dyson Animal Hose collapses
The blockage is in the wand itself - take it off the back of the machine and separate it from the gray hose. Hold the wand into the air and look through it. If you don't see the light coming through the other end, there is a blockage in the wand. Remove it with a long object like a metal hanger. The DC07 wand is slightly bent at the top - you should still see some light coming through the top though. Be sure to look through the metal rod end of the wand, otherwise you probably won't see anything anyway.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
I have a DC04 and the hose tools are a open hole.The only reason they want pick up is they are blocked.If you say they are sucking your hand when not attached.Make sure the hose is not blocked by taking off the cover at the front.Allso check the cylinder rubber seal is sealing the dust container.Thats the only problem i had with mine.Good luck.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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