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 have a service life of 67 hours; and the same ones that Dyson force you to buy a new cleanerhead at £70+ to replace.

This little chap:

Dyson Johnson DC771(2)XLLG

 

Dyson have refused to make these available to the trade, although they make DC24 ones available.

However, that problem is now solved since Manchester Vacs announced that they are now available:

 

As the title suggests, we have the long-awaited DC25 Cleanerhead motors coming!

We will be the first in the UK to stock these.  :thumbsup:

These are the correct Johnson DC771(2)XLLG ones, with the correct cog on.

They are currently £29.99 including Recorded Delivery.

 

So if you need one, here is the link to find out more and order one: >>>Dyson DC25 Johnson DC771(2)XLLG Brushroll Cleanerhead Motors<<<.

The same motor also fits the DC41 by the way.

 

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9 Responses to “DC25 (DC41) Cleanerhead Brushbar Motors Now Available.”

  1. My grandson sucked up a shoelace and stripped the cog off my dyson 41 animal vacuum and I can’t find parts I am in nonbelief that these are not supported very well if you could help me out the motor still spins just the cog has no teeth. thank you for your time William Regan

  2. Internal parts for the DC41 head are not yet anywhere. You can get a new cleaner head here: DC41 Cleanerhead

    Currently, that is your only option, and use your old one for future spare parts.

  3. A bit pricy when the motor costs just over $5.00 US. The motor seems ok but a set of new brushes would probably go a long way to clearing the problems. Recycle ? bit of a laugh

  4. First, brushes are not available.

    Second, please link us to where these motors are $5? I’d love to see that.

  5. If you need a DC41 brushroll motor, read more here: http://dysonmedic.co.uk/dyson-dc40-dc41-dc50-hard-to-push-sticking-to-the-floor/

  6. These have now been reduced in price and the post above edited accordingly. More here: http://dysonmedic.co.uk/dyson-dc25-brushroll-motors-dc7712xllg/

  7. Are there instructions online anywhere for replacing a brush-bar motor on the DC25? Mine has gone but I don’t want to try replacing it without some instructions!

  8. That is a tutorial we need to do Tara, give me a few days……

  9. Are there instructions online anywhere for replacing a brush-bar motor on the DC25? Mine has gone but I don’t want to try replacing it without some instructions!

    Try this, Tara: How to Strip Down a Dyson DC25 Cleanerhead to Change the Brushroll Motor

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