Get a traditional style long crevice nozzle tool for your late model Dyson

Dyson have traditionally made tool fitment difficult. For example, the DC15 had a set of tools all of its own. They fitted no other model. The DC19 had a possibility of two totally different types of tool socket; fitment depending on if it is a telescopic wrap or not. That causes parts sellers a world […]

Suggest After-Market Spares That Are Not Yet Made? Dyson or Any Brand.

Here is your chance to have a direct influence on the after-market spare parts industry and help other people with your ideas at the same time. We at Dyson Medic are privileged that we have a direct line, so to speak, to the top of several of the better known manufacturers, suppliers and importers of […]

Dyson DC40 DC41 Hard to Push – Sticking to the Floor. Missing Wheel.

We highlighted a few months ago what we thought to be a design fault with the DC40 and DC41 here: Possible soleplate design fault on the DC40 and DC41. There is also a relevant topic on these machines on the unofficial Dyson forums here: Stripping Down a DC41 Cleaner Head: Brushroll Motor & Design Faults. […]

Availability of Dyson DC01 Spare Parts

Back in 2011, we here at Dyson Medic reported on the Demise of DC01 Spare Parts. We highlighted that Dyson had pulled the plug on all spare parts supply for the DC01 and DC02 altogether, and indeed in some countries, we know they sent what was left of the spares for them for destruction at […]

Dyson Airblade Motors and PCB’s Now Available.

Dyson have typically been very shy to supply Dyson Airblade spare parts to the trade. If they do, they usually want a serial number, probably in order that they can track how machines are getting into the aftermarket. As used Airblades command such a high price, even broken, obtaining machines to dismantle for spares has […]


Copy Protected by Chetan's WP-Copyprotect.