I was in the middle of using my vacuum when it quite on me. I tried multiple things including letting it cool off for a while as I was using it to vacuum my car outside and it was pretty hot. I also...
Hi the problem you are more than likely having is with the wires that go into the vacume they are not that secure and do work loose.
now if you remove the cylinder that you empty, now you see where the wire goes into the back of the vac, well if you look at the front of the vac in the same place the wires go into the vac you will see a little inspection panel held on with star shaped screws.
you need to undo this to get to the wires
once undone you will see how the wires are secured into the vac you need to undo the connectors screws that secure the wire and remove the mains wire from the vac
now cut about 5 inches off the wire and then peel the outer cable back and cut it back so the two inner wires stick out as much as they used to, then refit the wires in the vac and close it all back up
dont do this with it plugged in as you will give yourself a shock.
when its back together check the fuse in the plug it may need changing due to the short its best if you change it anyway, then switch the vac on and see if it works
give me a shout back if it dont.
please dont mess with it if you are unsure what you are doing as you could cause harm to you and others if you dont put it back together properly
let me know how you get on ok
Aug 14, 2010 |
Dyson Ball DC24 Bagless Upright Vacuum