There was a problem loading comments right now. Although expensive, the HEPA filter is still cheaper to buy than a new motor. The max point reward for answering a question is The filter at the top of the cyclone the bit on top of the dust container should be cleaned regularly more often than Dyson suggest , and under the dust container you may not have noticed there is another filter – called the post motor filter. One thing causes the blockage and then dust and dirt builds up behind it.
It cannot be reset manually. Add Your Answer Tips for a great answer: Yes, we have the same problem. Dont be fooled by Dyson’s “lifetime filters”. Please try again later. Unplug the electrical connections and undo the small Phillips screw holding the plastic assembly to the motor casing this contains a capacitor and firmly pressed against the metal motor casing is the thermal cut out If all else seems OK replace the thermal cut out with a new one and reassemble No I’m not going to explain how to do that!
Add Your Answer Tips for a great answer: If you are lucky, washing the filter alone may provide a cure, but in more extreme cases, the cyclone will have to be dismantled and cleaned out.
I have the spare part but it doesn’t look obvious on how to replace it and I don’t want to break it! Also, when you fill the yellow casing up with water, the water should instantly drain out. This is a new feature for so we are in the process of adding new videos monthly so if your model isn’t available yet then check back or drop us an email.
Obviously, there is only so much ‘first aid’ the average owner can do, so this guide has been written on the basis that the unit is in some way blocked by foreign objects such as screws, paperclips, coins, fluff etc and assumes that the motor is serviceable.
Posted by Engineer10 on Sep 02, At the end of the day, it works great and gives some life back into my Dyson work horse. Helpful 34 Not Helpful 1 Comment Flag.
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There’s a problem loading this menu right now. So I did a bit of research as to what the problem might be, and quickly found out about the motor exhaust filter. This is a very common problem with the DC07 and a very straight forward one, your machine is being starved of air and the motor which relies upon a constant airflow across it is getting hotter, the bi-metallic cut-out, linked into the power supply heats up, expands and pfoblem the current flow to the motor.
Dyson vacuum cleaner suction problems troubleshooting – not picking up
Yes, we have the same problem. Fix it with one of our step by step videos! DC26 – Looking at the Dyson from the front turn it onto its left hand side, unscrew the two coloured plastic screws on the bottom and wash the rectangle filter, next there is a coloured catch at the rear of one of the large right hand wheel looking at it from the front Unclip this catch and open the wheel hatch and wash the doughnut style filter inside.
If your vacuum cleaner switches off after a few minutes the most probable cause there can be others is the thermal cut out has operated. Add to Wish List.
Why does my Dyson DC07 overheat and cut out?
All we are doing here is creating a bit of limited access and “peer room” before withdrawing the lid you may wish to peer underneath and for future reference note how the release rod is engaged. A quick note for Dyson DC07 owners: DC02 two rectangular filters visible once the cyclone top is opened. Dyson vacuum cleaner – Suction problems troubleshooting tips. It fits but the top plastic cover bulges a little. Please enter a question. The reason that this problem is so prevalent in DC07s is because the 7 upper cyclones reduce in diameter to approx 6mm internally, so, it dosen’t take much for the ports to block only if the bin has been overfilled.
Removing the filters to test the suction does not always work! Unless, because it has been allowed to overheat in the past, there is some degree of arcing now present.
DC21 – Remove the cyclone and bin, open the lid at the top of the machine and wash the circular filter. Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
Doesn’t fit as tight as it should and vacuum now makes an ear piercing high pitched squaking noise. Take care not to damage or trap the large rubber sealing ring as you press the lid home Finally replace the three screws being careful not to over tighten.
It’s like a pulse noise and works intermittently. Another option is to remove the cyclone, detach the bin and look up inside the cyclone. Thanks a lot Gualo, the cyclonic filters advice worked a treat for me, I recommend a bicycle spoke for getting the fluff out – the threaded end helps to catch the fluff.
Allow the filter to dry completely before replacing it – this may take at least 12 hours.
If the motor is running, one can assume that it is okay. Removing any blockages and washing the filter thoroughly should resolve the issue.