Archive for the 'Dyson DC25' Category

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 DC25 & DC41 Brushroll Motors DC771(2)XLLG Now Cheaper!

Back in 2013, DC25 DC41 cleanerhead motors became available, we reported on it back then here: DC25 (DC41) Cleanerhead Brushbar Motors Now Available. The problem is, they were very expensive. They always cost in the region of £40-£50, which was pretty eye-watering. But still cheaper than a new cleanerhead. However, today we found out that […]

DC18 DC24 DC25 DC27 DC33 Cyclone Gasket Seals Available at Last!

Yes, you read that right! Cyclone gasket seals are available at last! You can buy them now for the DC18, DC24, DC25, DC27 and DC33. It has always been a pain when you strip down a Dyson cyclone for refurbishment, there is this little wafer thin gasket in there. The problem is it is often […]

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” […]

Beware Some After-Market DC25 Filters – Do Not Fit Correctly [March 2014]

As we know, after-market spare parts are usually pretty good. Well, assuming you buy off a reputable parts supplier. Most are made in China, and there is good, bad and ugly out there. With Dyson filters, most are pretty good, but from time to time there are problems. In the main, there are one or […]

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 […]

Where to Buy an Extra Long Dyson Flex.

So you want an extra-long flex for your Dyson? Maybe you want a replacement flex for your Kirby? You are in luck too! Some call it a cord, lead, wire or cable – its a tomato tomarto thing. We say flex. Technically, Dyson do not supply extra length flexes for their machines. Of course, you […]

DC25: No Power To Cleaner Head

A problem we have started noticing with the Dyson DC25 is no power coming out of the machine to the cleanerhead. The DC25 is notorious for cleanerhead problems; you will find other articles on Dyson Medic about it. But this is one we are seeing more and more of, so I thought it worth documenting. […]

DC25 (DC41) Cleanerhead Brushbar Motors Now Available.

I have opined for some time about the unavailability of Dyson DC25 brushroll motors. Why Dyson chose to use Johnson motors that have proved to be less than stellar is anyone’s guess. Why they continue to use them in the DC41 and other machines is also a mystery.   I am referring to the Johnson DC771(2)XLLG ones that allegedly only […]


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