Archive for the 'Dyson DC27' 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 […]

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” […]

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 […]

Where to buy a Dyson DC27 back telescopic hose.

Do you want to buy a Dyson DC27 back hose? Look no further. Please make sure that your machine is a DC27. Hoses differ and the DC14 and the DC33 look pretty similar. By ‘back hose’ I mean the long telescopic vertical hose at the back of the machine; not to be confused with any other hoses on your DC27. Here […]

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 […]

Changing and Washing the Filters on a Dyson DC27

If your Dyson DC27 is to remain in good working order, you need to wash the filters every few months. If they are in a particularly bad way, or you have used your machine to vacuum up fine dust such as plaster dust, you may be better advised to swap them altogether. Many people do […]

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 […]


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