Dyson dc17 clogging hose near brush, no dirt going into cyclone canister.
all battery vacs work on the same principle
so you have to clean out the hose behind the brush right up to the canister.
Hoover air stick has the same problem so they changed the head so that a removable section can be taken out the hose pulled up and a bottle brush can be used to clean out the hose to the canister and behind the brush
You will have to clean out behind the brush up to the canister to fix the problem
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How do i clean the purple chamber of my dyson ball
if you are talking about te part where the filter goes in, i found it best to get a cup of warm water and take filter out and add water and swirl it around a little dishsoap in the water will help. if your talking about inside the actual ball that rolls. there is nothing in their you should need to worry about that is where the motor is and usually doesnt need cleaning because of all the great filter system that dyson has good luck
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My DC59 Dyson power head stopped working
Your question certainly would be easier to answer with more details. If by "stopped working" you mean the beater brush doesn't turn, check for hair and debris buildup or a bad electrical connection in the electrical plug between the main down tube and power head.. If by "stopped working" you mean the fan in the top unit is moving air and the beater brush is turning, but little or nothing is getting picked up, take the power head off of the main tube. move the elbow joint so that the corrugated hose is straight. Use a straightened coat hanger wire or 1/4" wooden dowel to push through the corrugated hose. If there is a blockage, clear it out and the vacuum will begin picking up dirt again.
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