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Sorry to hear you're having difficulties your DC22. So we can identify the cause of the high-pitched noise you're hearing, and recommend the best course of action, I'd suggest calling us directly so one of our experts can diagnose any issues over the phone with you. You can call us free on 08002980298 (UK), or 1866MYDYSON (US). We look forward to hearing from you.
sounds like a possible plug ,then when you first start it up the plug gets stuck a gain.
try taking hose off the unit and running water through hose .if water flows good ,check and see if lid is secure when closed.
There can be quite a number of causes for these problems. A lot of the time there is a clog that the consumer has not found. If the motor sounds like it is running at a high pitched noise, and there is low or no suction, then that's your problem.
With the over full bag problem, I might have to know a little more information. There may be a reset button on the machine. You are going to want to check around the base of the machine where the brush roll is. Also, a good thing to do is to just change the bag and give the machine about 15 minutes before you turn it back on. It's high unlikely that you shorted-out the thermal protector with one time of not changing the bag.