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Washing or changing the pre-motor filter on a Dyson DC08: If you have a Dyson DC08 that isn’t sucking too well any more, or is cutting out after a short use, you may well need to check the washable filter. Many people do not know the location of their washable filter; or indeed that it is washable at all. […]
Is your Dyson DC07 cutting out? Let it cool down and it will run again maybe. Sound familiar?
Is suction not as good as it was? It’s all generally working but suction has declined over time?
Did you ever change the filter?
“There’s a filter?” you ask. “Where is it?”
Not only is there a filter, but it is a washable filter. You can wash it a few times before it will need replacing (unless you have neglected it beyond the point of no return, in that event, you buy a new Dyson DC07 filter). So here is what you do: Take a look down the side of the machine, see that little coloured button?
The Dyson DC04 is widely regarded as the “Ford Transit” of Dysons. They are not a new model any more but there are literally millions of them still around. You can still easily buy a reconditioned Dyson DC04, and ALL the spare parts are available that will make them run forever.
Do you know how to make your Dyson DC04 last longer?
Firstly, you need to empty it in a timely manner. Next, you need to make sure the pre-motor filter is clean. Yes, its a washable filter; with a Dyson you don’t need to buy filters very often. You can wash them a few times first!
Keep your Dyson DC04 in tip top condition. Watch the video below to learn not only how to empty the canister, but also how to remove, wash and replace the washable filter too.