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Replacing dc02 dyson motor

Changing a dyson dc02 motor that has burnt out for a new one.

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Just pplace it exactly like the other one was

Posted on Mar 24, 2014

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    just pplace it exactly like the other one was

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You should be able to find dyson spares for your dc02 here (if you're in the UK).

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Go to www.dysonmedic.com then scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "DC02 cable replacement". You will find detailed instructions AND pictures! Can't do better than this.

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Hi There,
I have posted up a youtube video showing how to do this repair on a dc08. The dc29 is pretty **** close in design in terms of the motor cavity. In terms of where to buy a motor amazon if you are in the US, VacuumSpot if in Australia, and UK espares.

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