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Vacuum dyson 6 won't hold the charge

After charging I can only use it a couple of minutes and then it won' work

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The battery may be unable to recharge.

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Ok, folks.. I just posted my own problem with the battery not holding it's charge..but, we fixed it ourselves.. take the motor loose from the canister , remove the filter and in the back are two contacts.they are two screws at the bottom one on each side... get out your pencil with a GOOD eraser and clean those contacts!..clean around them both and the contact (silver spot at the bottom) and you're good to go!!

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Again as above your battery may need replacing see if its still under warrenty

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    SOURCE: my handheld dyson won't charge but when I hold the trigger the lights come on?

    Hi Lynora,
    I am sorry to hear you are having difficulty with your DC16. Based on the details you provided we would appreciate the opportunity to trouble shoot with you over the phone to determine the best solution.
    Please call us at 1-866-693-9766 US or 0800 298 0298 UK. We look forward to speaking with you.
    Best wishes,
    Jessica

    Posted on May 03, 2012

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