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Dyson won't run

My dyson runs for a few minutes then it dies. it will usually come back on the next day, but then again only runs for a few minutes and dies. what could be the problem?

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  • ngzap Jun 26, 2008

    I have the same problem. I've removed all hoses to check for blockages and I've cleaned the pre-motor filter several times. Any other suggestions?



    Thanks,



    Missing my dyson!

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Could be overheating. I know that there is the cylinder where the dust goes, but after that there is a foam filter between that and the actual engine. You will need to make sure its cleaned out.

im not 100% familiar with your model, but my one had alot of advertisement with it when i bought it telling me that every 6 months i needed to take this foam pad out, wash it out one way, then the other, then leave to dry for 24 hrs.

Remove the cylinder and work backwads towards the engine, there may even be a little sticker to tell you where it is, and how to remove it (seriously i have 2 stickers on my vacuum)

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