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Dyson DC07 Clicking

On a Dyson model DC07,when engaging the brushes to vacuum a rug, get a high speed clicking noise. Have checked brush and it seems to turn freely. If I change setting to bare floor, it doesn't make any sound.

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Chrispurs1,
Your Dyson information is useless. If you have ever opened
http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu , you would know that it is just a fake Dyson site. Its an advertising site and there is nothing to do with Dyson manuals on it.That is just a hook to get unsuspecting web surfers there.
Dyson use to have all its owners and mainteneance manusals freely available to download from its website, but now they sell them.
For a free Dyson DC07 owners guide, or any other model,you can go to this GENUINE download site where you don't even have to register.
http://www.manualnguide.com/manual-get/20750/
You will find thousands of manuals for all sorts of things there, but it is only one of many on the web. Just try googli8ng for what you want, and don't forget to put 'free' in front of your entry..

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Hi.

You need A new clutch unit fitted to your Dc07.
You can do it yourself try this site for manuals on replacing the Dc07 Clutch.

http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu/

Chris,

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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