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Won't click into upright position quite

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DC40's stabiliser assembly is engineered to retract automatically when you lower the machine into the vacuuming position. When you stand the vacuum upright after use, the wheels will extend and lock into place to support the machine. You'll hear a click as the machine locks upright. This is shown in the image below.

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Hi there, it's Jack at Dyson.

DC40's stabiliser assembly is engineered to retract automatically when you lower the machine into the vacuuming position. When you stand the vacuum upright after use, the wheels will extend and lock into place to support the machine. You'll hear a click as the machine locks upright. This is shown in the image below.

I'm not quite sure from your question when you feel the wheels seem to be engaging incorrectly, but I would encourage you to get in touch with our experts directly so we can take some further details.

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I'm sorry to hear you're having difficulties with your Dyson. If the cleaner won't pick up via the cleaner head and will not stand upright, the valve carriage needs realigning. This is simple to do - please follow the steps shown in the video below.

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Can i replace upright locking mechanism dc07 vac works fine but have to make sure it is pushed upright to use pipe will not lock looks like button is stuck in


Hi there,

Sorry to hear you're having difficulties with your DC07. If the cleaner won't lock in position when you stand it upright, it's probably best if you get in touch with us directly. One of our experts will be happy to run through some troubleshooting over the phone with you, and recommend the best course of action. You can call us free on 08002980298 (UK), or 1866MYDYSON (US). We'll look forward to hearing from you.

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Hi there I have seen this problem quite a bit so I have made a video of it. Click here for solution to my dyson dc07 won't stand up. If it helps you out please take the time to leave a comment or give it a thumbs up. If you need filters or spares for your Dyson you can buy them online at VacuumSpot NelsonVacuums.
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Dc07 model, cannot get it to stand fully vertical upright. It is as if something is not sliding back into position right. Don't want to force it in case something breaks. The upright of the cleaner has...


Hi,

Try this quick repair and see if this fixes your Dyson in terms of not going in the upright position: This is a frequent problem that we see come in on Dysons. If this doesn't fix it, please feel free to just use the clarification request and let me know this didn't fix it.

Step 1.
Turn power off and unplug the machine.
Tilt the machine backward to a 45° angle.

Step 2.
  • Hold the section under the airway inspection pipe.
  • The black forward lock button must be held down simultaneously, otherwise the valve carriage will not move.
  • Pivot this section upwards until it clicks into place.
  • Release the black button once the valve pipe carriage is moved up into place.



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    Step 3.

    • Tilt the machine forward.
    • The cleaner head should now slide underneath the part you have just clicked into place.
    • The machine should now stand upright.

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