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Take it to your local vac shop and let them diagnose it. You are within warranty so if it is clogged warranty will not cover that, but everything else warranty will cover.

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Look to see if it has a switch on it that says floor /carpet. as it will raise the head enough for more clearance under it.Don't allow it to keep slipping, it will burn up the rubber band that drives the brush.

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There is a diverter valve on those that changes suction from the hose to the floor when you pull the handle back. It usually makes the machine bind and not stand up. ( exactly what you are describing ) You need to take it to your local vac shop and they can fix it for you. The part that fell out was the retaining disc and a screw went in it to hold the diverter valve spring in place. Doubful if you can repair this on your own. It will not make since how it should go back if you've never seen it before.

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It probably needs to be cleaned but, no that is not your problem. You have a clog somewhere most likely. You should take it to your local vac shop to have it serviced and cleaned

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Replacement battery pack needed.ebay?

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you dont need a screwdriver this video will show you

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You don't ! There is no fuse. Has it stopped running ? Could be a bad plug or a bad switch. Take it to your local vac shop for assessment.

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The ball shell may be broken or damaged or the part on the vacuum where the bolt holds the ball shell on may be damaged. You will have to inspect these areas closely while moving the vacuum back and forth to narrow down where the problem is.

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On most older models there is a footpedal to release the handle. Some you put your foot on the front of the nozzle housing and pull back on the handle. On newer models you just pull back on the handle.

Dyson Vacuums | 25 views | 0 helpful votes

You are on the wrong website for this type of inquiry. This is a self help website for the repair and use of consumer manufactured products.....

Dyson Vacuums | 24 views | 0 helpful votes

Sounds like an exhausted battery. Contact Dyson with your date of purchase details.

Dyson Vacuums | 29 views | 0 helpful votes

replace the battery
stick vacuums run for 20 minutes of normal speed and 5 minutes on boost speed

Dyson Vacuums | 34 views | 0 helpful votes

Sadly it has run it's coarse. Most of these we see at the store only last less than 2 years. Not really made for repair.

Dyson Vacuums | 30 views | 0 helpful votes

If the warranty is out, throw it away. If you still have warranty coverage, call Dyson.

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Take it to your local vac shop, they can assist you.

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