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Cleaned dyson vacume have extra rubber gasket..forgot were it went

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Dyson DC23 canister vacuum turbine head attachment stops spinning.

bearing inside the turbine has failed. cant be repaired you will need to buy a new one your local vac centre will have one

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I was vacumming and my dyson 41 just quit , no electric power at all?

I would definitely recommend contacting Dyson to see if the warranty will cover that. You could also check their support site:

I hope that can help you in one way or another. Hopefully by now you've gotten the problem fixed...?

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My DC25 Animal is making a howling, whistling noise. Primarily when turning off (winding down to shut off)

if it started after you cleaned the filters, it is because when you smack the filter that is in the ball like they tell you to, it pushes the gasket in so air can sneak past it. take it back out and pull the rubber gasket away from the filter so there is about 1/16-1/8" away all the way around, then put it back in. it will seal it and stop.

May 13, 2010 | Dyson DC25 All Floors Bagless Upright...

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When it gets warm it cuts out then when left for a

what model dyson is it? If its the DC17 check the rubber seal inside the canister at the bottom of the cyclone where the bottom door comes up. if you see a gap between that filter and the bottom lid then dirt has passed through your filters and went into the motor. This was a bad design for dyson and a common problem on the DC17 only. If that happened, the motor could be damaged. check for a clog somewhere in the vacuum, check both of your filters for dirtyness and cloggs.

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My Dyson vacum's suction power apperas weaker the usual.

You might want to check three things. First, is the washable filter under the dust bin clean. Take off the dust bin, open the filter cover and check the washable filter. Wash it while you are at it, let it dry 12 hours. Next, make sure the gasket that seals the flip open door to the center of the dust bin is on correctly. Owner's manual shows the correct way and you want to be sure the ribs on the gasket are seated in the grooves on the center tube in the dust bin (this will also cause your washable filter to clog really badly if not on correctly. Third, your cyclone could be plugged with hair or something. This will happen if you pick up something wet, or damp or clean up lots of pet hair. Here's a good site on how to take your cyclone apart and clean it.

Oct 06, 2009 | Dyson DC17 Animal Bagless Upright Cyclonic...

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Round filter keeps clogging and nothing gets thru to the canister

I was having this same problem with my Dyson, and then I realized that mine was caused by the rubber gasket inside the canister being too high. It somehow was pushed up allowing everything to go up into the “cyclones” and then on through to the filter. This probably happened when I separated the clear part of the canister and balanced the inside part on the floor. To solve this pull the rubber gasket down as far as it will go, on mine the grey plastic dips in about 1/8th of an inch above where this gasket should be located, and there should be no gap between the bottom of this gasket and the bottom of the canister. Also I used my old vacuum to clean out the inside of the cyclone as this was full of pet hair. The filter continued to catch the remaining pet hair that was inside the cyclone that my old vacuum could get to. This took about two or three “vacuum session” before it all cleared through and no more hair was collecting on the filter. I now always make sure that the gasket is all the way down as this same situation can also lead the cyclones becoming completely clogged, and destroying the vacuum. Hope this helps!

Sep 28, 2009 | Dyson DC17 Animal Bagless Upright Cyclonic...

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Dyson DC14 Animal belt clutch slips.

The clutch problem needs to be looked at by a serviceman or professional who can repair Dysons. Slipping belts are often a sign of being overused or with carpet/textures that have caused the beater bar extra tension. I suggest if this model means much to you to get it repaired.

Mar 30, 2009 | Dyson DC14 Animal Bagless Upright Cyclonic...

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My DYSON DC07 upright vacum

the actuator in the switch is defective, you can replace just the switch. There are several places to get just the switch, just google "dyson dc07 parts" for places on where to get the switch.

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