Archive for the 'Dyson DC04' Category

Where to Get a Cheap Dyson Mini Turbo Turbine Head

The mini turbine tools you can get for Dyson machines are sometimes also called mini turbo heads. Essentially, they are vacuum-driven little tools with a rotating brush inside that can be used on upholstery and stairs that often have a better effect than using a simple stair or brush tool would. The problem for Dyson […]

Which Dyson ‘Universal’ Adaptor Do I Need?

Dyson adaptors! A Big subject whether you call it an adaptor, an adapter or a converter. Confusingly, Dyson market what they call a ‘universal adaptor’ which is actually nothing of the sort. So which Dyson tool adaptor do you need? One size doesn’t fit all. Despite what some will tell you. Dyson V8 and V7 […]

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 […]

Dyson Are Ending Parts & Service Support for the DC04 Range.

Dyson have recently announced that they are ending spare parts and service support for the DC04 range of vacuum cleaners. Released in 1998, the DC04 was one of Dysons all time most popular models and many tens of thousands are still around today. Dyson ended spare parts and service support for the DC01 and DC02 […]

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 […]

£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 […]


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