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I would guess that the line is plugged between the pick-up where it goes to the dirt tank. Lots of time when something big gets sucked in, it still lets the dirt in the tank. However over time dirt collects around the wedged object and gradually over time plugs the passage way. It may take a little time to pick out the blockage. You may have to somewhat take it apart. to get at it. This happens to my shop vac a lot.
The tools simply fit on the end of the wand or if you wish you can take the wand off, slide the hose down completley to the bottom of the wand, press the wee button atthe end of the hose and this will take the wand off the hose. The tools can then fit onto the hose part
Hi there, sometimes a stretched belt will hamper the vac. from picking up. he best way to test this is to turn the machine on, then carefully put you hand on the roller. If the belt is stretched the roller will stop turning when you apply pressure. Hope this helps, Chris
More than likely it's coming from the belt in the power head. Due to some difficulty in taking the power head apart and reassembling, I do recommend taking it in to a shop. Getting the tension of the belt correctly is very important. Too tight and it will break the belt, or even cause the motor to burn out sooner than expected by making it work harder. Too loose and you'll have the problem you're having now, and will have to replace the belt again.
Also, hair and thread or dirty bearings on the ends of the roller brush will result in the belt burning out/breaking faster.
DC07s have two drivebelts that turn the brush bar - one connects the output of the motor to the clutch, the other connects the clutch to the brush bar. You can check the latter simply by removing the sole plate and looking. Unfortunately the other belt is hidden under a plastic cover, so you cant see if it is okay or not without some dismantling. This cover is not easy to remove and requires a Torx driver to under the securing screws. If, after removing the cover, the other belt is okay, then you have a faulty clutch. New clutches are available on eBayreasonably cheaply, but again good tools and DIY skills are required. Have a look atwww.dysonmedic.comwhich has some excellent info on dismantling and repairing a DC 07.
I have the dyson dc 27. On the bottom left back side of mine there is a circle, and ball inside of it. I turned it on and pushed the ball and it started working again. Sometimes it doesn't cover the whole and stops sucking air through it.
That means that the belt is stretched or worn. This causes the roller brush to not be able to turn the way its supposed to against the resistance of the carpet and therefore won't pick up well. You need to replace the belt. Here are the belts you need: