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Which Screwdriver Do I Need to Repair My Dyson Vacuum?

“Which screwdriver do I need to repair my Dyson Vacuum cleaner?” This is a question I am asked quite often, so I thought I would shed some light on it. Not all models use the same size in all applications. But I will demystify it for you below. Dyson vacuum cleaners are held together by […]

How to Get Trade Deals on Dyson Spare Parts

Looking for trade deals on spares and parts for Dyson vacuum cleaners and Airblade hand dryers? Smaller traders, market sellers, car boot, Facebook and Gumtree sales people often have difficulty buying spares at the right price to fix up their machines. If you approach a traditional trade supplier, they will want trade references, a VAT […]

Dyson Tool Adaptor: New Style Crescent Fitting to Old Style 32mm Tools

A Dyson tool adaptor is nothing new you may think – but this one is! As a savvy Dyson Medic reader, you are reading about this one before it is even available! That is how much our finger is on the pulse in Dyson land. Early Dysons, being DC01, DC02, DC03, DC04, DC05 (not Motorhead), DC07 […]

The Unofficial Dyson Forums Newsletter – Summer 2014

The Unofficial Dyson Forums Newsletter – Summer 2014. Hello Dyson Enthusiast, It has been a while since we sent out a forum newsletter, several years in fact. So we thought one was long overdue. We would like to bring you up-to-date on the happenings on the site in recent months. The forum continues to go […]

BBC Watchdog Item on Dyson Repairer Appliance Service Direct Ltd

BBC’s Watchdog recently did a piece on UK Vac Services Ltd, also referred to in the feature as Appliance Service Direct Ltd (one and the same number and data it seems). While we applaud the effort of the BBC to educate consumers on the dangers of some of the “Repair your Dyson in your own home” […]

Cheap Dyson Motors – 150 Reasons Not to Buy One.

If you are looking for a cheap replacement motor for your Dyson vacuum cleaner, you may well head over to eBay or Amazon or a similar site and buy the cheapest one you can find. You can sometimes get a cheap Chinese copy one for about twenty pounds. After all, a motor is just a motor […]

Why a Dyson DC07 Needs a Proper Service

Why a Dyson DC07 Needs a Proper Service. An unusual article title you may think. Not so….. When you have the “fly-by-night” cowboys in your home to do a twenty minute Dyson DC07 service, they will not do a proper job. “Why not?” you may ask. Well, the reason is, that with a Dyson DC07, a professional service involves stripping the cyclone […]

The Slow Demise of the DC01 and the DC02

A few months ago, Dyson UK pulled all support for their first flagship models – the Dyson DC01 and the DC02. The DC01 was the first model that Dyson produced in the UK. Launched in 1993, that makes early models now nineteen years old. That’s pretty old for a vacuum cleaner, but there are still untold thousands […]

All the Dyson Vacuum Cleaner Models

How many Dysons are there? Dyson makes so many different models of vacuum cleaner, and are always introducing new ones onto the market, that people find the model numbers very confusing. Was the DC01 the first? No it wasn’t actually. The first widely-available vacuum cleaner James Dyson made was called the ‘G-Force’ . It was the first vacuum cleaner to use […]

About The Dyson DC23 DC32 Motor YV 16K24B

You may be unlucky enough to have have acquired a Dyson DC23 (called a DC32 in Australia) that needs stripping down to replace the motor. That being the case, there are a few things you need to know about it. The Dyson DC23 is fitted with a YDK motor which is very similar to other Dyson YDK […]


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