Question about Dyson Vacuums
The cleaner keeps pulsating. I have looked into the parts, cleaned the roller and it still keeps pulsating. I cannot remove the filter to see if it is clogged. How do I do it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As you are looking down at the base of the machine (viewing from the front) you will notice a yellow button on the right side just inside of the the wheel area. push up the button to release the casing that holds the hepa filter and the spongy filter. You can see a diagram on your machine which shows this process. After you take the casing from the machine, the round housing which houses the 2 filters will come out of this casing as you pull it off. You can grab the spongy filter and pull it our of the casing. Rinse both filters as shown in diagrams on the side of the casing. Do not use soapy water, just warm water and squeeze out the spongy filter after each new soaking. Let the filters dry for 12 hours and then replace in your unit and enjoy the refurbished air movement. It does suggest that you clean these filters every 6 months.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
SOURCE: Motor overheating
There is a filter on top of the motor as well. You will need to remove the plastic cover on top of the motor with a small screwdriver or other flat blade. On the front, you push in the clip and pull up ont he cover. On each side of the cover there is another clip - to pop those you put your flat blade into the angled tab and slide it around to the clip until it pops. Gently or you'll break the tab. Once the cover is off there is a purple tab in the center pull up and you will pull the HEPA motor filter out - similar in shape and size to the side, washable, filters. Clean or replace that.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
1. Check the on/off button these can also be troublesome and if you've stood on the cable once or twice you could have a break in the wire and it's shorting, check by turning on and wiggle cable around where it enters machine.
2. Faulty thermocouple, it is held in a white plastic housing screwed with one T15 torx screw to the motor housing. You could replace it but I just shorted mine with some wire and it hasn't failed since and more importantly not caught fire yet!
Posted on May 28, 2009
Hi there VacuumGuru for Vacuumspot.com.au. I would say that you are missing a part out of the vacuum dirt container. There is supposed to be a part a bit like an upside down funnel with a rubber seal on the end of it. Without this dirt will go straight to your filter. If you need any vacuum cleaner parts just go to Vacuumspot.com.au.
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Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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