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Motor revs up down

When i start this machine up the motor revs up and down then cuts out

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I think I have the same problem....power goes up and down.
Where is the capacitor located and can I use any capacitor or do I need to get it from Miele.

Thank you

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Yes, you can buy the control board but its really not worth it if you have a soldering iron. If you have the surge problem it's an easy fix for the cost of capacitor. (the large grey capacitor should have a value of 0.22uF/275V)

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It might be a circuit board problem. I suggest taking it to a professional

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Hi Michael, it's Jack at Dyson.

Yes, like most Dyson vacuums, DC14's motor is protected by a thermal cutout, which shuts the machine down if it starts to overheat. It should reset itself automatically after your machine's had 1-2 hours to cool down.

To prevent this from reoccurring we'd recommend checking your machine for any blockages in the cleaner head, internal airways, wand or hose: http://www.dyson.co.uk/support/dc14/dc14-origin-iron/my-machine-is-not-working/machine-not-sucking-picking-up-as-well-as-usual/how-to-wash-filters/wand-suction

It's also a good idea to give the pre-filter a wash as shown in the video guide below. Use cold water without detergent, and allow at least 12 hours for the filter to dry completely before replacing it. The pre-filter is engineered to last the lifetime of the machine in normal use, and as long as it's maintained as recommended we wouldn't expect it to need replacing.


If you'd like further help or advice from our experts after giving these steps a try, just give the Dyson Customer Helpline a call on 0800 298 0298 (UK), 1-866-693-9766 (US), 1-877-397-6622 (CA) or 1800 239 766 (AU).

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Hi there, it's Jack at Dyson.

Like most Dyson vacuums, DC07 is equipped with a thermostat which shuts the machine down for protection if it starts to overheat. This will often be due to a blockage, and the pre-filter may also be overdue for a wash.

The machine will reset automatically after it's been allowed to cool down, but to prevent this from happening again there are a few simple check you can try: http://www.dyson.co.uk/support/dc07/dc07-standard/my-machine-is-not-working/machine-won-t-switch-on-or-cuts-out/my-machine-cut-out-whilst-i-was-using-it/how-to-wash-filters/wand-suction

We recommend washing the filter at least once every 3-6 months, using cold water without detergent. Allow the filter to dry completely before replacing it - this may take at least 12 hours.


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