Question about Hoover Vacuums
You need to remove the yellow switch, at the side of the switch there is a tiny hole which is there to allow you to push a small implement in which will push the little catch that holds the switch in place you will then be able to pull the switch out and there is a screw underneath which you undue and the cable can then be changed
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is no drive belt on this model - its a cylinder pull along model.
If there's a problem with the turbo brush you can flip open the base of it by removing the screws, check that the toothed belt is in place and there is no clogs of dirt between the turbine and the brush bar.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
SOURCE: Dyson DC07 Vacuum Cleaner
It sounds like to me that you probably have a clog in the hose port, or that your attachment hose may have a hole in it. Both of these problems are common problems on the Dyson DC07 model.
The first place you should check is the clog part that's directly underneath of the hose. Pull this port out and see if you can see anything lodged inside the clog port:
If you aren't able to find the clog here, then pull the wand and hose out of the vacuum. With the vacuum cleaner off, pull the hose out as far as it goes, and inspect the entire hose assembly from the end that the wand connects into, until the end that fits into the vacuum itself. A lot of times this hose will tear due to the sharp end of the wand as the hose is being pushed back up the wand.
If neither of these solutions worked, please just use the clarification request form here on the Fixya repair page, and I'd be happy to do some more advanced diagnosing with you to figure this out.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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Hi its Darran at Dyson.
This procedure should solve the problem. Before you start it, please make sure the machine is unplugged.
First, remove the airway inspection. It’s located at the side of your cleaner.
Next, hold the main body of the cleaner halfway between the floor and upright position. Then, place two fingers in the square hole left by the airway inspection (you should be able to see a round hole at the base) then pull that plastic piece sharply upwards. You should hear a click as you do so.
Your machine should now stand upright and you may also notice an improvement in the suction, too.
If this procedure hasn’t worked, please call our experts on 0800 298 0298 (UK) or 1866MYDYSON (US).
Dyson customer service
Posted on May 12, 2010
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