Question about Dyson DC07 Animal Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum
The motors have a "trip" to protect them, and you if a serious problem caused a fire, which can be tripped if the filters are blocked and causing the motor to overheat.
The filter at the top of the cyclone (the bit on top of the dust container) should be cleaned regularly (more often than Dyson suggest), and under the dust container you may not have noticed there is another filter - called the post motor filter. This isn't mentioned in the user book but does get clogged after a few years of use. It can be removed and can be replaced - eBay has companies that can help.
If all filters are clean and okay, it is probably the early stages of complete motor failure. If you're good at DIY, the site www.dysonmedic.com has some good info on how to change a motor. Again, eBay will help find a motor.
If you dont fancy having a go, either ring Dyson or a local vacuum repair company.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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