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Suction just been given a dyson!! cleaned all pipes empty cylinder changed filters but the suction is so poor compared to my mums help !!

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  • conkara Feb 12, 2008

    loss of suction but motor working properly then heats up and shuts off. noticed that when i remove cylinder while vacuum working there is plenty of suction.if the dust release cover of the cylinder is broken will this reduce suction?

  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2008

    will

  • Darmanalem Feb 22, 2008

    Will not work in upright position and makes a noise when using the wand extension.Cleaned all parts and put back together still no good

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Hi. The problem will lie with the cyclone being clogged up. If you are unsure how to fix this try this site. http://dysonmanuals.inc.io/

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Dyson dc40 no suction at bottom


HI, it's Jim from Crucial Vacuum!

When it comes to your vacuum having poor suction there are a few general maintenance procedures you can easily do to help your Dyson's overall performance.

After every use, make sure to empty your unit's dust cup. Allowing for fine dust and debris to rest in your unit's dust cup for a long period may cause your unit to become clogged.

It is recommended to wash and clean your unit's filter screen weekly. To do so, empty your filter screen outdoors to take off any excess debris and then clean under running water until the water comes out clean. Allow the filter screen to fully dry before inserting it back into the unit. This may take up to several hours. Be sure to allow it to FULLY dry.

Foam and cloth filters should also be washed and dried weekly, by following the same steps from cleaning the filter screen. Do not use any soap, dishwasher, dryer or washing machine to do so. Allow your filters to air dry for 24 hours before re-installing them in your Dyson.

Replace your belts every 6 months. Last, make sure to clear your brush roll of any hair strands or debris monthly and to replace at least every year. When examining your brush roll take note of the condition of the bristles. Are they loose? If so this would be a good time to change your brush roll. While checking the brush roll you might as well examine your Dyson's belt. With use the belt will stretch out, lessening the tension on the brush roller. Lesser tension diminishes the brush roller's turn rate and speed. So if your belt feels loose as well replace that.

All of the previous general maintenance tips will help improve your vacuums suction and overall performance.

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I recently bought a second hand Dyson DC07. Its suction was poor. I removed all the un-clipable pipe bits and to remove any blockage but it all looked clear. The Final Sponge and hepper filter did have a lot of dust in it and the rotating brush was full of hair but nothing bad.

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If I was going to attempt the same procedure I'd remove the dust collection unit from the vacuum cleaner as I did before, but leave the clear tube attached and the emptying flap firmly closed to reduce the mess from the dust falling out the bottom while cleaning the top part.

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Usually the bend sections are removable for inspection.

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Also check the slider control on the hose which lets in air to reduce suction.

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