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The beater bar is not spinning.

I have checked the clutch and it is fine. I need to find the 2nd belt. Can you tell me where it is located.

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  • seiba Aug 01, 2008

    My brush is not spinning. Tried to trouble shoot with dyson on the phone. They told me to take vacuume in to a dyson dealer for repair. The belt that I can see is not broke.

  • redeye13 Aug 14, 2008

    Spins on the Carpet, but not on hard floor,,,,,,,barely picks up, like coffee grounds. By the way, I bought my Dyson DC07 from HSN and have had only 2 weeks, so what's up with 500 dollars and it breaks down!!!!

  • kimrajl Aug 16, 2008

    my dyson makes aloud noise when running and smells like burning rubber??? Is there someone in my area I can take this vacuum to.

  • lydiadevine Aug 30, 2008

    My son vacuumed up some water with my Dyson.... Now, it still turns on...but it doesn't spin or suction.

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The brushbar isn't supposed to spin when it on bare floor. It's to prevent dirt flying around. It only spins when it's switched to carpet.
 I was just having issues with there being not much suction when it was on the floor mode. I flipped it over and noticed the small clear hose was not attached well. The Dyson is pretty user friendly, so i just popped it back in and used a butter knife to carefully push the ribbing over the plastic notches.
I've had my Dyson for almost a year. We LOVE it! I hope it keeps up! 

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Hi

The second belt is fitted to the clutch it goes from the motor to clutch.

Not sure how you checked clutch but didnt see 2 belts.

You will need to strip machine down removing brush roller & brush roll housing then you can get at the clutch.

http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu/

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Turn the machine upside-down and see if you can turn the beater/brush bar with your hand. You should see the brush turning and feel the resistance from the motor. The brush/beater bar may be binding, and what you are smelling is the motor shaft spinning against the rubber belt. You can remove the base plate and check the brush/beater bar with the belt disconnected. If the brush/beater bar is difficult to turn, you need to remove the brush/beater bar and clean the bearings at each end, Remove any threads that are wound around the beater bar ends so that the bearings roll easily and smoothly. Check to see that your machine is not set too low for the surface that you are bacuuming. While you have the belt disconnected, check thi inside surface to see if the motor shaft has been spinning against the belt, you'll see the damage to the inside circumfrence of the belt.

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The "switch" that turns the beater bar on and off is called the clutch. It doesn't often fail, and for you to have two fail would be exceptional bad luck - so this may not be the problem. You are aware, of course, that the beater bar is always off when the machine is upright. The clutch automatically switches to "on" when the handle is lowered (unless the clutch knob is in the permanent off position). Sorry if this is stating the obvious, but we get lots of Dysons in for repair where the only problem is the clutch knob is in the wrong position. You say the belt is fine - but there are two belts. One goes from motor to clutch, the other from clutch to beater bar. The motor-to-clutch belt is replaceable (but you can't even see it without removing the clutch cover), while the other belt is integral with the clutch unit and the whole thing must be replaced. The trouble is... even to replace the motor-to-clutch belt you have to remove the clutch from the machine and that's quite an involved job. If you're considering doing the job yourself, look at www.dysonmedic.com, scroll to the bottom of the page and look at DC07 clutch replacement, and that will give you an idea of what's involved. Good luck!

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Check out this YouTube Video:

http://www.ezvacuum.com/dyson-dc07dc14-clutch-assembly-90025204-genuine-p-1636.html

After reading a ton of forums I thought I needed to replace the clutch assembly. My Dyson was making a horrible noise when in "carpet" mode. Got a new clutch on eBay for a great price. Somewhat hard to replace, but thanks to the YouTube video, I was able to get it in.

HOWEVER this did not resolve the issue. I realized the beater bar was not spinning or was slipping. I thought I cleaned it all out but realized you need to take the beater bar out and pop the end cap out and clean the INSIDE of the beater bar. I additionally sprayed WD40 in there.

It spins great now and in the end I think that's all I had to do was clean out the cat hair build up inside the beater bar. But now I have a new clutch & belts too. Hopefully won't have issues anytime soon.

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I have a central vac. and the beater bar, for the carpet is not turning. the vacuum still sucks but the beater bar doesn't turn. I checked the belt it is fine.


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Posted by bmiller874 on July 22, 2008
I have a central vac. and the beater bar, for the carpet is not turning. The vacuum still sucks but the beater bar doesn't turn. I checked the belt it is fine.
Hello,
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. Even though the belt looks fine it does stretch out and then it will not spin the brushroll @ the speed it is supposed to spin, there are 2 or 3 things to check. #1. The brushroll has be turning or spinning freely without the belt being on the unit. #2. The motor pulley has to be spinning freely as well #3. The belt needs to be changed every 4 to 6 months for the best cleaning and to store the extras belts in a Ziploc bag in the refrigerator. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. I am not sure what the brand name of the central vac is, and maybe next time you can include the brand name and model #.

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