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Broken belt My husband and i took apart the vacuum and found out the belt was broken. how do you replace it? we could not remove the area where the belt is.

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Hi.

If you cant easily see how to replace the Belt then I think your Dc07 has A clutch unit.

This type of Dc07 has 2 belts one from motor to clutch & the second belt goes clutch to brush roller.

You will need to remove the clutch unit completey from the machine in order to replace the belts, Its alot to explain so try this site it has service manuals covering this.
http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu/

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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