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First. Looking from the rear of the hoover forward, right side on main unit there is a large knob with signs, turn clockwise or anti clockwise.

If there is still no motion, check drive band is intact.

You can have a service man call from dyson £60.00 or there abouts, I believe this service includes all parts and labour.

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