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Roller not moving when on

When turned on the roller does not turn. What could be the problem?

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Hi.

Your Dyson will have A clutch unit this engages the brush roller when you pull the handle back to vacuum.

Check the clutch control knob which is at the bottom left side of machine looking from the front rotates to drive position when handle is pulled back.

If it doesnt turn the knob by hand to drive.

If you still have no brush rotation after doing all this then either the clutch is faulty or the second belt which goes clutch to motor has snapped & will need replacing.

There are service manuals available for these repairs at this site
http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu/index.htm

Posted on May 25, 2008

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