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There is a cut at the end of the hose. Is there a way to cut the hose at the split and reattach it to the connection? Thanks.

I have a split in the hose on our Dyson DC-7 at the end of the attachment. Is there a way to cut the hose at the split and reattach it. Thanks.

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Unfortunatly the amswer is no you will have to replace the whole part.

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I assume you've checked for blockages and that there's a useful length of bristles on the brush roll. Turn the machine over, and just behind the brush you will see a short length of clear plastic tubing with spiral reinforcing. That tube often splits, so there's an air leak and consequent loss of suction at the brush. A split may not be immediately obvious - to get the tube off, pull it off from the motor end and then unscrew it at the brush end. As a temporary measure you can cover a split with tape, but the tube undergoes so much flexing that tape is rarely effective for very long. A new hose (it's called the internal hose) is not expensive and is the only permanent solution.
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If you look underneath your DC07 you will see a short length of clear plastic hose with spiral wire reinforcement. Quite often this hose splits (which lets in air and reduces suction at the brush head). Check this hose carefully, as a split is not always immediately obvious. If necessary, remove it by just pulling it away from the end nearest the motor and then unscrewing it from the brush end. A new hose costs very little so it's hardly worth trying to seal a split with tape.
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My vacuum hose has split very close to the handle- how do I remove the handle, cut the hose at the split & reattach it to the handle unit - Centralux central vacuum system. Where can I find a diagram...


Do Not Cut the hose!
It has wiring inside to control the vac and power head. This is a swivel handled hose with both low and high voltage contacts in it. The same wiring which gives the hose its ribbing, is conducting current for two applications,
If your hose has a switched handle, a very experienced, trained AERUS Electrolux tech will a have a tough time doing this job and will likely refuse as it is not recommended per company policy.
You can purchase a shrink wrap tube which will prolong the life of the hose if it has not collapsed, however this is a short term fix.
I could walk you through this as I have done it before ...Unfortunately, even if you were able to dismantle the hose successfully you would not be able to purchase the wire terminals which you would cut off the end when shortening . Sorry its a proprietary part.

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Not necessarily. Some Dyson models have an all inclusive flexi hose which attaches to the handle spine. Check EBay for replacement flexi hoses - UK has many sellers - or handles which have the metal pole and the flexi tube attached. 
Alternatively take off the flexi hose from the bottom rear of the Dyson - it can come out via a press in lock release but it may take some time to do this. Once that is done the flexi hose should come down freely from the metal tube. If it doesnt then you may need to consider both replacements.
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