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Dyson Vacuum Repairs in Manchester

Are you looking for Dyson repairs in Manchester? Manchester Vacs are the largest independent Dyson repairer in the North West. They’re your local Dyson service centre. The residents of Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and nearby Oldham, Glossop and Salford are all within easy reach of Manchester Vacs. It doesn’t matter if you have an old Dyson […]

Where to buy a Replacement DC04, DC14 or DC24 Dyson Power Cord in the UK

If you are looking to replace the power cord on a Dyson DC04, DC14 or the DC24 then read this before you buy something cheap and nasty from Amazon or eBay (if you want a cable for a later Dyson, read >this article< instead). Buying a replacement Dyson flex (or cable, lead, wire or cord […]

Looking for a Dyson Battery Screwdriver? Get the Correct One.

We are often asked on these pages for a Dyson battery screwdriver. Or more correctly, which is the correct screwdriver to use to remove a Dyson battery. Confusion arises because most screws on your Dyson are Torx screws like this. For those screws, you use the Torx screwdrivers discussed in >this article< here. But as […]

‘Right to repair’ law to come in this summer

Appliances such as fridges, washing machines and TVs should last longer and be cheaper to run under new rules. Ministers have confirmed that from the summer consumers will have a right to repair on goods they buy. They are keeping a promise to implement EU rules aimed at cutting energy and bills – and reducing […]

“Dyson Vacuum Cleaners Do Not Need Servicing” Yes or No? Read the Truth

There have been several items recently on television and in the media, and statements made by Trading Standards and Dyson themselves that “Dysons do not need servicing”. This is a very general and broad sweeping statement that as a stand alone statement is patently untrue in that it cannot be applied to all Dyson vacuum […]

Discussion about the 2016 increase in price of genuine Dyson spares.

This article first appeared at Manchester Vacs.  Some may have noticed already that the cost of genuine Dyson spares has just massively increased. Some parts have gone up over 100%. It seems to be right across the board. It won’t have filtered through to every sales platform as yet, because people are sat on stock […]

Manchester Vacs Relocates & Becomes Biggest in the North

Already Dyson Medic’s recommended parts supplier, Manchester Vacs has relocated to much larger premises making them the biggest independent specialist Dyson parts supplier in the north of England. Manchester Vacs is not a new business; they were at their previous location on nearby Abbey Hey Lane in Gorton for almost a decade. A family business; […]

How to Change the Motor on a Dyson DC28c, DC33c, DC37, DC38, DC39, DC46, DC47, DC48, DC49, DC52, DC53 or DC54.

So you have one of the “ball” type cylinder Dysons and want to change the motor? The DC28c, DC33c, DC37, DC38, DC39, DC46, DC47, DC48, DC49, DC52, DC53 and DC54 are broadly the same machines for our purposes. The DC54 is a “Cinetic”, so it has no pre-motor filter, but everything else is pretty similar. […]

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 V7, V8 or V10 […]

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. To save you time, if you just want a screwdriver to change the battery only, read instead >this article<. If you want to do more […]


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