Question about Dyson DC07 Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum
There are many possible problems here, the most obvious of which may be a clog in the hose. You can remove the hose entirely by depressing a small tab that holds the hose on towards the base of the machine. This tab is hidden between the machine and the hose itself.
If you can manage to get the hose off, check the valve directly below the hose for debris, then try running a couple pennies through the hose itself and seeing if they make it to the other side.
If all checks out good, you may have a greater problem. Dyson's require a lot of maintenance to keep their suction (cleaning filters, blowing out the canister combs) that is often overlooked. Try your manual or failing that, the local service shop.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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