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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dyson DC07 main power switch
you will need to replace this switch remove the bucket from the front of the machine and the handle and pipe from the back on the front of the switch housing you will see a screw remove this screw on the back you will find two little catches one on either side push these with a screwdriver then the sides of the switch housing will pop out from the chassis now on the front theres another on the bottom of the housing push this down and pull the housing off from the front when replacing this part be carefull not to trap any wiring
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Pull the wand out of the Vac. Need to use a small Torx bit to take out 2 screws hidden behind the wand storage. Once screws are out, there are 4 push-clips which need to be un-latched. Pry the power panel off and you will expose the two switches (one for power, one for the brushes). Push the power switch down and it should "release" and go back to clicking when pushed. Re-assemble. Took about 5 minutes to fix.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
this issue is known well with dysons to be honest you will continue to have this problem for as long as you have the vacuum. they use substandard plastic parts which break easy. You will have to replace the button and make sure there are no other broken pieces of plastic in the housing before putting it back together.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: dyson dc17 animal
on the bottom plate are 3 spots, one in the center and one at each corner, that need a flat head screw driver to loosen. turn left to unlock, this will remove the plate so you can clear the debris from the brush.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Yes, you probably need to replace the switch - call the Dyson helpline, they'll give you the info for your closest authorized repair dealer who will open it up and replace the switch for you.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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