Question about Dyson DC05 Cylinder Bagless Canister Cyclonic Vacuum
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Unfortunately you need a new Bin Assembly. you have inadvertently thrown your Bin Inner away when you have emptied your machine. You can get these from either www.espares.co.uk or www.dyson.co.uk. There is only a couple pounds difference between the two suppliers. i've just paid £20 plus £3 delivery.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Did you call Dyson? Just call their customer service and see if there have been other complaints like yours. I just got the same model and will be looking out for this.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
SOURCE: Dyson Animal
Obstruction in the hose?
Your vac has developed a hairball possibly.... when a piece of flexible media ie.... cardboard, plastic etc... gets lodged in the hose, and begins collecting hair & dust to the point it no longer has enough draft to pull debris from the floor.
Here is a video that you may find useful
PS I Thought DYSONS were guranteed to NOT lose suction? What a RIP!
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
SOURCE: My DC05 Dyson suction has
My Dyson had exactly the same problem. I found the problem was caused by a blockage in the hose. Take the hose out where it joins the cleaner (it will come out if you pull it downwards gently) and take the hose out of the handle by squeezing the yellow buttons on either side. I pushed a rubber alkathene pipe down and found a piece of plastic was blocking it even though at first I was sure it wasn't blocked.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
The DC05 has two filters. In terms of air-flow through the machine, one sits between the bin and the vacuum motor, the other is after the motor and is effectively the exhaust filter. The one that's missing on your machine is the first filter - it consists of a blue foam disc contained within a yellow surround (the base of the surround has additional filter material built in to it). Both components are washable (but be sure everything is absolutely dry before re-installing after washing). The filter you can see under the bin is the second (HEPA) filter. This one is usually quite long-lived but, if your machine has been used without the first filter in place, the HEPA filter almost certainly needs replacing too. The machine should never be used without the first filter in place, as that will risk serious damage to the motor and will certainly shorten its life. Incidentally, user manuals can be downloaded from dyson.com.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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