Dyson animal vacuum 07 --5 years old no suction
the only way to fix the problem is to clean out the motor filter that's inside, the filter is around the motor and they don't do replacements for this part, as its not accessible by normal use, you need to remove all the case screws and disassemble the hole case, this site may help you https://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php?topic=76.0
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My Dyson Animal vacuum smells
Complete removal of pet hair from the home is a quandary many pet owners face. The Dyson Animal series vacuums use centrifugal force to remove animal hair from carpets, floors, curtains and upholstery. The high-powered vacuum is bagless, allowing you to extract pet hair from surfaces without worrying about running out of vacuum bags. As your Dyson Animal vacuum is exposed to pet hair and dander, a smell can develop. Similar to other small appliances, a vacuum needs periodic cleaning to keep it looking and smelling clean. When you use basic cleaning and deodorizing techniques, you can get the smell out of your Dyson Animal vacuum.
Remove the bagless receptacle for pet hair according to the directions provided for your Dyson Animal vacuum. Hold the receptacle upside down inside a trash bag and tap the bottom to remove pet hair and dirt.
Mix 1/2 tsp. of dishwashing detergent with 1/2 gallon of warm water in a bucket. Dip a clean cloth into the soap solution and wring it out.
Wash the inside and outside of the receptacle with the cloth to remove dirt and dander that cause odor. Rinse the receptacle with a cloth dampened with water. Dry it thoroughly with another cloth.
Remove the HEPA filter from your Dyson Animal vacuum. Pick visible clumps of pet hair off the filter and discard them. Flush the filter with cool water to wash out dirt and hair. Rinse the filter until the water runs clean. Gently squeeze the filter and allow it to air-dry for up to 12 hours to ensure it dries completely.
Moisten a cloth with undiluted vinegar. Wipe off the exterior of the vacuum with the vinegar. Deodorize the receptacle and interior areas, where the bagless receptacle and filter go, by wiping them with the vinegar-moistened cloth. Dry the vacuum with a clean cloth.
Place two drops of vanilla extract on a cotton ball. Drop the cotton ball into the receptacle before securing it to the vacuum to prevent odor from building up. Vanilla extract is an effective natural odor absorber.
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On the DC28 you will have to replace the cleaner head assembly. A Dyson repair or warranty dealer can get one for you. I can get one for you if you can't find one locally.
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Can i leave the dyson V7 plugged into the wall socket even after the machine is fully charged?
Best practice is to remove the plug.
In the old days of ni-cad batteries the high rate of self-discharge meant a machine that had to be permanently ready for use had to be left plugged in.
Today lithium batteries are used with a negligible self-discharge and it is neither necessary or desirable to leave them plugged in.
You should of course refer to the instruction manual for a definitive answer.
If the electronic charging circuitry is perfect the charging unit can safely be left plugged in indefinitely, but how many things are perfect...
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On my dyson upright, one of the balls won't turn, and it's the one you can't remove
To remove the ball shell on that side you will need to turn the small round center cap counter clockwise. I usually stick two small Torx screwdrivers into two of the holes to give some leverage to turn the cap. Stick a flathead screwdriver in one of the slots of the nut holding the ball shell on to twist to remove the nut. Try to determine what is causing the resistance to the ball shell moving freely.
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