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 […]
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. […]
Is there such a thing as a Dyson universal tool set? Aren’t all Dyson tools model-specific? Is it possible to buy one set of tools that fits every Dyson vacuum cleaner? This is a question we are asked often. People get confused with brush tools, stair tools, crevice tools, combination tools, upholstery tools, mattress tools, […]
Dyson turbine heads (sometimes called turbo heads) are the full size vacuum-driven heads that come with many models of cylinder or canister Dyson vacuum cleaners. They are designed to replicate the beater bar action of a conventional upright vacuum cleaner by utlising a rotating brush on the carpet to dislodge dirt. You can buy them […]
The mini turbine tools you can get for Dyson machines are sometimes also called mini turbo heads. Essentially, they are vacuum-driven little tools with a rotating brush inside that can be used on upholstery and stairs that often have a better effect than using a simple stair or brush tool would. The problem for Dyson […]
If you are the owner of a cylinder or canister machine, sooner or later you are going to find yourself needing to replace the contact head. Cylinder Dyson vacuum cleaners typically have one of two types of head on them. One type has a vacuum or electrically driven rotating brush, and the other is a […]