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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a round door at the top/front of the clear duct on the hood of the unit. You insert the hose there and then connect the small solution hose to a valve that is located on the right side (if you are facing the machine) of the machine, just ahead of the rear wheel.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
Hi there, SmartAlec from NelsonVacuums.com.au . I have fixed hundreds of Dyson DC07 vacuum cleaners over the last few years and i would say there are 2 possible causes for the loss of suction.
1st is that the filter looks clean but is actually worn anyway. The way to tell is remove the washable filter from your vacuum cleaner. Take out the foam insert this seems to last longer that the other part. Hold up the plastic cage to the light and look at the white part (well it used to be white anyway) you should be able to see light through it. If you cant see through it you need to replace it. Here is a link to that filter for purchase . To verify this is the problem just run the vacuum without the filter in you should see an improvement - note do not actually **** up material the filter is there for a good reason.
2nd problem is that you have a blockage in your radix assembly. If you take off the whole dirt bin and feel the suction on the upright part where the chamber joins the vacuum (basically bypassing the radix) if there is good suction here you will either need to replace the cyclone top or dismantle and clean it. (it is very difficult to clean as it doesn't completely dissassemble)
Hope this helps - If you want more help send me a message
HAPPY VACUUMING ! :)
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
If you can check where the vacuum hose where it is connected their might have dirt in the opening to the rotating brush,or it is glogged,clean with a wire and it will be ok
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
Sorry to hear you're having difficulties with your DC27. If the wand is jammed, it's likely that the hose was twisted when you replaced the wand on the cleaner the last time you used it. It's easy to rectify:
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Posted on Aug 01, 2011
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