Archive for April, 2011

Dyson DC04, DC07 and DC14 Strip Down Carriage Assembly.

Dyson models DC04, DC07 and DC14 are fitted with a switchover mechanism that diverts suction either to the wand or the head unit. It is operated automatically by reclining the machine. Occasionally, the carriage assembly can break necessitating replacement of one or more parts. Here is how to strip the machine down to access that […]

Dyson DC27 Motor Replacement

Are you looking to buy a Dyson DC27 motor online? As the DC27 is quite a late model Dyson, not too many people are listing the DC27 motor as available just yet. It seems though that the Dyson DC27’s are designed in such a way that makes the motors work quite hard. If they are abused, for example by […]

Dyson DC27 Free User Operating Instruction Manual

Looking for an original Dyson instruction and user operating manual for your Dyson DC27? You have come to the right place. When you buy a used or a reconditioned Dyson, unless you have acquired it from a meticulous old lady who had it from new, you are unlikely to have got the original user manual. Many people […]

Dyson DC14 Crevice Tool

The Dyson DC14 Crevice Tool 907763-01 and 907763-02: On early Dysons, the long crevice tool was pretty much the same and mostly interchangeable between models. Then Dyson had a natty idea; make each one for each machine different! Why would they go to the trouble of doing that? Well, because the world and his wife were already making after-market Dyson crevice […]

Dyson DC05 SDS1204SD Panasonic Motor

Is your Dyson fitted with the rare Panasonic SDS1204SD motor? Dyson produced a very low volume of cylinder DC05 vacuum cleaners with this motor fitted. Most Dyson DC05 vacuum cleaners had the YDK type motor fitted. If you are seeking information about sourcing a Panasonic SDS1204SD motor, or retrofitting a standard YDK motor to your Dyson DC05, you have come to […]

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