Looking for information on the DC25 brush bar motor? You found it.
Many people seeking to repair their Dyson DC25 end up looking for a replacement DC25 brush bar motor. The bad news is that they are not actually available yet. There are certain parts that Dyson refuse to make available to the public, which is understandable as the public are likely to be unable to fit them.
However, Dyson have a reasonable track record at making many parts available to the trade. There are notable exceptions that Dyson simply refuse to supply; seemingly without a good reason. The DC07 Cyclone Top is one example. The DC25 brush bar motor is another.
All Dyson make available is the entire cleaner head. This bit:
They cost around £80 from Dyson. You can buy them from this site a little cheaper than Dyson themselves: Dyson DC25 Spares
However, what of the brush bar motor itself? This is what it looks like:
We got hold of one today and noted the numbers on the side of it. They are:
Those numbers will make sense to someone. Obviously, they are made by a company called “Johnson”. Who are “Johnson” and where are they? Anyone know?
The likelihood is that these motors are made by a small British company for Dyson. Or rather, Dyson to save on R&D costs, sourced a motor that was already being produced by someone already. That means this motor has another (or several other) applications.
It is a small 240v DC motor with a spinning cog at one end. It must have a myriad of other uses.
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