Question about Dyson DC07 Animal Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum
I have a Dyson DC o7 Animal. My 16 year old cleaned her room for the first time in quite a while and got string, thread, and lots of long hair caught around the brush. I removed it but in the process the brush slipped out of it's normal position and I can't seem to get it back in. I'm afraid if I force it I'll break it. The side of the brush that is out is opposite the side that has the rubber belt. Help?
Ok you need to lift belt end of roller up, so that you get the roller straight then lower roller down so that both ends go in at same time down.
Use a large flat screwdriver to help lever roller up from belt end & watch your fingers (Ouch).
Posted on May 25, 2008
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