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Hi, I have a dyson v6 absolute (UK version), which has a direct drive cleaner head. Will a soft roller head (aka fluffy head) fit and work on this machine?


Hi, it's Allan from Dyson.

I'm sorry we haven't been in touch about this sooner.

It depends where you are.

For example, the UK V6 Absolute has not been tested with the soft roller head and it will not fit.

I would recommend contacting Dyson directly in your region to discuss this further.

Please give the Dyson Helpline a call on 1-866-693-9766 (US), 1-877-397-6622 (CA), 0800 298 0298 (UK). Our experts will be happy to talk you through some further diagnostic checks when you have your machine easily to hand.

Best wishes,

Allan

Jan 09, 2016 | Dyson V6 Absolute Bagless Cordless Hand...

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Why doesn't brush roller rotate?


The ends may be clogged with debris. You will have to remove the brush roller and remove one end cap to disassemble the roller for cleaning.

Jan 09, 2016 | Panasonic Mc-Ul594 Eco Max - Bagless...

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Casssette player eating tapes, why?


could be a sticker roller, offset play head of belt failure,

chances are its a stick roller, this can be cleaned with a cotten bud and tape head cleaner, or video head cleaner fluid safe stuff

hope it helps,

Aug 24, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Went i put a tapes my vhs it just eating the tape up and it cuts off


You need to purchase a VHS head cleaner or clean the heads and pinch rollers by hand. remove cover and lid to drive system. you will see all the tape guides, rollers and heads. use Q-tips and denatured alcohol and clean every thing the tape touches. swap q-tips as they get dirty.

May 07, 2014 | Magnavox Dvd Vhs Vcr Player Recorder

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Black spots at the back page


Hi George,
Sounds like you are on the right track.
The spots on the paper you describe on the back of the paper appear to be toner, and because they are on the back of the paper and you can rub them off, appears to be after the fuser.
To clean the printer, a vacuum cleaner will do a partial clean. You need to clean all the paper feed rollers.
Start by wiping the inside of the printer area with a soft, lint-free cloth to remove any dust, paper particles or spilled toner.
Then use a damp soft, lint-free cloth with clean water. Hold the cloth against each roller while rotating the roller. Keep cleaning the cloth. Do this for each roller inside the printer.


Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_6913741_clean-roller-blades-samsung-clp_300.html#ixzz2sGMAltnZ

Feb 03, 2014 | Samsung CLP 315 Laser Printer

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Error kard jam


With the Printer powered on:
1. Open the Lid
2. Raise the Print head
3. Remove Ribbon.

The printer's controls will now allow you to move the rollers back and forth. Look into the printer to locate the card and try moving the rollers in one direction, so the card exits the card path.

Card jams usual occur when the card path is dirty and in need of cleaning. Do not attempt to use any house hold cleaners. you need a specific type of alcohol cleaner, otherwise the rollers will dry out and crack. If you do not have a Fargo Cleaning kit, you can check out this link for purchase.


ID Card Printer Cleaning Kits Brien Security

The printer should be cleaned every 3000 cards or every few months.

Jan 20, 2014 | Fargo DTC550 Thermal Card Printer

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Clean heads on VCR


Q-tips, isopropyl alcohol and soft cloth + pressurized air is what you need. Disconnect from the wall outlet, open the cover. Blow the dust out with a few bursts from the air can. Clean all the upright posts along the tape path. On the left is the erase head (unless you have a fine editing VCR) - rub it clean with a q-tip soaked in alcohol - dry with a clean cloth. To the forward right of the round video head drum is the audio head, drive shaft (capstan) and rubber pinch roller. Clean all these like the erase head but use very little alcohol on the roller. Then clean the round video head. Never touch it with your fingers or anything but a q-tip or soft cloth. The actual video heads are in the tiny slots in the rotating part. Do not rub them but just touch a few times with a slightly moist (alcohol) q-tip. The rest of the drum can be rubbed normally paying attention to getting the groove clean.

Nov 11, 2013 | Televison & Video

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Why does dvd.vcr combi which has worked perfectly since purchase in july 09 now suddenly turn itself off when trying to play/record


If it's the vcr side causing the problem then it could be dirty heads and/or rollers. run a wet cleaner through and this might solve.

Mar 29, 2010 | Televison & Video

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What is the recomended maintenance for this machine


check and clean the feed rollers at paper feed with cloth and water or cleaning fluid remove drum unit and check the condition of the foil on drum for dents or marks.. clean the rollers at pressure roller and clean this off with spirits and soft cloth(rollers under the drum) empty out the master waste treay and clean off rollers here with spirits and cloth and check nozzle at air blower to the left of drum (Yellow nozzle for damage and blockage.. then check the tension of the master feed roller and clean the thermal heads with a soft cloth..remove the scanner glass and clean both sides with glass cleaner and clean off the lamp unit mirrors(take care here you dont miss align on guides)

Nov 05, 2009 | Riso RZ220 Duplicator

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