Archive for the 'Dyson DC02' Category

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 […]

Grab a DC02 Cable Rewind While You Can!

DC02 cable rewinds have been obsolete for several years already. We wrote some time ago about the demise of the DC01 and DC02 spares market. So when dusty old boxes of stuff turn up, they are like gold dust. Well, that is exactly what has happened. One supplier in a job lot of stuff from […]

£18 for a Stubborn Dirt Brush? Really Mr Dyson?

The stubborn dirt brush is slightly better at some tasks than the standard brush tool. It has much stiffer bristles and really allows you to get stuck into stuff like dried on mud and the various detritus that kids leave all over houses and cars. OK, so its a nice and handy little tool and […]

Purple Dyson Stair Tools Now Available Again

Dyson discontinued the purple stair tools some time ago. They reverted to making only grey/silver ones that were compatible for any machine. However, now they have the cheek to charge you a whopping £10 for one of their stair tools. And as you are checking out, adding a further £3 for shipping. An eye-watering £13 […]

Brand New YDK YV-500 DC02 Motor Discovered!

Looking for a Dyson DC02 YDK YV-500 motor? You may just get lucky if you are fast enough. Some time ago, Dyson UK abandoned all parts manufacturing and service support for the DC01’s and DC02’s. Since then, if you wanted a motor for a DC02, apart from trying to shoehorn another similar one in there, you were […]

Dyson’s over-priced mini turbine tool no longer dominates the market!

For some time, Dyson customers have been wondering why the mini turbine tool that Dyson sell costs an agonizingly expensive £45 to buy from them. It seems a little over-priced at £45 doesn’t it? “Forty five quid?” I hear you gasp in disbelief. For sure, Dyson have never been shy in selling an item at the very top end of what they […]

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 […]

Dyson DC02 Instruction Operating User Manual

Looking for an original Dyson instruction and operating manual for your Dyson DC02? 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 fella who had it from new, you are unlikely to have got the original user manual.

Many people are confused with Dysons when it comes to using the back hose, using the tools, taking the wand off, emptying the vacuum cleaner, and simple maintenance of the filters. However, these things are not very hard if you know how. To know how, you need an original manufacturers user manual.

Dyson UK will happily sell you one for two or three pounds, but you are an internet surfer; you want one free don’t you? C’mon, admit it! You know it’s true.

OK, we’ll put you out of your misery. Click the link below to go through to the Dyson Forums where there are links to download all the Dyson user/operating/instruction manuals in PDF format. Completely free of charge.

Here is the link: Free Dyson Instruction Operating User Manuals


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