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My Dyson DC07 won't turn on!

When vacuuming today my Dyson DC07 just stopped working. I waitied thinking it was the motor that got too hot, not the problem after several hours of waiting. The cord is fine just won't turn on when I press down on the on/off button......HELP!

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    My Dyson Animal stopped working while I was vacuuming. The canister was full so I emptied but it won't turn on at all.

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    My dyson stopped working, no sound before hand, just stopped

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You may have a broken belt. Bad news regarding all Dyson's. You can't replace just the belt your self. You have to purchase a new belt assembly which includes the gears. And it wont be cheap. I would call it a design flaw but i am sure that dyson calls it a profit scheme.

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Our machines are fitted with a thermal cutout switch. This will activate if the motor on your machine becomes too hot. This is caused by a lack of airflow to the motor, which is caused by a dirty filter or a blockage. Leave your machine for up to 2 hours, if it then switches back on, this is the most likely cause of the problem you are experiencing. Try washing your filter and checking for blockages.

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