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Dyson DC25 Question...

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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
Ok - so my DC25 is about 10 days out of warranty - typical!

Had some suction issues - which i have resolve with a good clean (brush) of the cyclone.

However - just now, the ball started making a clicking noise, as if it was catching on something... then ceased up. If i lay the machine down (do there is no downward pressure) it spins freely.

I can't see anything obvious, so i am guessing it is likely a bearing / axel joint. Cant find anything online though...

It may be time to trade up and get a new one... but trying to eek the last life out of this trusty sucker first!
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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Dyson are apparently very good for repairs etc.. Even though your just out of warranty I'd give them a call.
#2
Call them and they'll put you in touch with a local dyson repair tech. Ours needed fixing, he replaced a lot of bits that we didn't know needed doing all for one flat rate price.
#3
Yep I called them. £79.99 for a service is my only option. These things are very serviceable though so I want to do it myself
#4
patonar
Yep I called them. £79.99 for a service is my only option. These things are very serviceable though so I want to do it myself

As much as it may be annoying paying the £79.99 it will be fully repaired and any new bits needed will be fitted. The motor went on my old dyson and I decided to just get a new vax,it was shocking and I returned it two days later. Got the Dyson repaired and it lasted another 3 years(motor went again but I was using it for plaster/sawdust etc so my own fault)
If you are happy with it then surely £79.99 is worth it,you wont get another that cheap? Unless you have your eye on something else :)
#5
Can you repair it yourself? Non branded parts are very cheap on ebay im sure :)
Just a thought, its nothing from inside the ball?

Edited By: takethatfan1978 on Jul 08, 2014 12:48
banned#6
Dyson's suck.
#7
There are lots of videos from Dyson spares supplies on YouTube - I've found them helpful in the past. No idea if your problem is covered by worth a look.

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