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Roller will not stay engaged

The roller will not stay engaged, I have to keep manually engaging it

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Posted on Feb 08, 2013

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Loud noise on carpet setting. I've replaced the clutch which comes with 2 new belts and the roller brush.


The answer may depend a bit on the specific model, but it sounds like you're handy enough to have gone in and replaced the clutch. A couple of other thoughts, based in part on doing similar things to my DC07, which I picked up at a flea market and did a refurb on before my wife would let it in the house:
There is the clutch, the roller pin that turns the belt, the belt, the flat spot on the brush where the belt should roll, the brush, and the spots where the brush fits into the ends of the cleaner head.

By 'on carpet setting' I assume that's when you move the clutch to the carpet 'engaged' setting.

When you move the clutch in and out of engagement, is the movement smooth, or are there catches or places where you have to apply a lot of pressure (at least if this is a manual clutch, in some cases it's pushbutton engagement)> If there is resistance or sticky places in engaging/disengaging the clutch, you may need to open things up again and see if the clutch is in correctly.

With the vacuum on, move the vacuum between reclined and all-the-way-up, where it should disengage the brush and switch suction to the handle/auxiliary tool path. Does it turn off the brush and switch suction? If not, then the switch-over may be stuck or sticky and messing with smooth operation.

with vacuum off and clutch disengaged (bare floor mode) can you spin the brush easily with your hand? If you engage the clutch, can you roll the brush with some resistance? Is the resistance steady as you roll the brush through a few revolutions. If not steady, there could be something stuck to a shaft, gear, or belt that you'll only hear when those parts are moving.

A lot of hair or other cruft built up on the roller can make for vibrations, especially if it's stuck to the roller lopsided. Clean it up.

Finally, the brush has non-symmetric fixtures at the end that may not be at all obvious for how they fit into the ends. I know from experience that you can seem to get the brush head all back together when the brush ends aren't in fact seated properly. The system doesn't like this. May take some staring, but open the bottom up (vacuum off, of course), and see if the ends seem to be seated cleanly into complementary shapes.

Good Luck!

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I can't get the brush to work or suction or any air flow in the lower part of the vacuum.


Depends on what you mean by 'disconnected the lower part.'

See end of the note for a link to the manual. Dyson doesn't have it directly, and a number of places either want you to download spamware, or only have a non-english copy.

1) If you took the roller all the way out, you will have had to have eased it out of the loop for the drive band, and then eased it back through after cleaning. If it's not through the loop, no drive power. The band is stiff, so it can be a bit of a challenge to pull out far enough to get the roller back through. Use a smooth dowel or other smooth sided lever to pull band out enough to feed the roller back through. (Smooth = not cutting the band)
2) If you didn't take the roller out as in (1), or did feed it back through the belt before closing it all up, then there's a couple of possibilities. A) The brush will not spin if the unit is full-upright. Put your foot on the lower assembly, pull the handle back to the 'I'm about to vacuum something' position, and try again.
B) According to the manual, this model has an 'engage brush' button. The system should start with the brush engaged, but try toggling it with the handle not up-right.

If still not spinning, turn off and unplug. Try spinning the brush by hand. If it spins freely, the clutch to engage the brush isn't engaged. If there is resistance, then it's engaged (unsure if it auto-disengages when powered off. You's want the handle tilted back when you try this).
Manual Link:
http://homeappliance.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/dyson/dc18.html

Good luck!

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If you have any other questions feel free to contact me.

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