image:Replacing the Pre Motor Filter

Replacing the Pre Motor Filter

1. Start by removing the cyclone/bin assembly from the main body.   2. Gain access to the pre motor filter by depressing the catch on the top of the cyclone.   3. Remove the pre motor filter and seperate the blue sponge section from the yellow plastic carrier. Rinse both parts in warm soapy water and only refit ...

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image:Replacing the Post Motor Filter

Replacing the Post Motor Filter

1. Start by removing the cyclone/bin assembly from the main body.   2. Remove the post motor filter by twisting a two pence piece between the two semi-circular tabs at the rear of the post motor filter lid.   3. Beneath the lid you will find, depending on the model, one of the following filters. ...

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image:Replacing the Belt (Models WITHOUT Brush Control)

Replacing the Belt (Models WITHOUT Brush Control)

1. Start by laying your Dyson onto it's back and using a two pence piece, turn each of the three soleplate fasteners a quarter of a turn in an anti-clockwise direction.   2. Remove the soleplate by prising it away from the cleaner head, underneath the centre soleplate fastener.   3. Using a large screwdriver prise the belt from the motor...

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image:Replacing the Hose

Replacing the Hose

1. Firstly remove the power cable from the rear of your DC04 then release the wand handle from the main body. Then, press the uppermost brightly coloured button on the hose cuff to release the wand from the hose.    2. Then, at the rear of your Dyson, press in the brightly coloured button just underneath the cable hook. The hose can then be removed from the main body....

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image:Replacing the Wheels

Replacing the Wheels

1. Start by laying your Dyson on to it's side and, using a thin flat bladed screwdriver prise off the glamour cap (Hub cap) from the wheel.   2. After removing the circlip holding the wheel onto the axle. The wheel can be simply pulled off the axle.   Reassembly is a simple matter of reversing the steps listed above.

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image:Replacing the Brush Roll (Models WITH Brush Control)

Replacing the Brush Roll (Models WITH Brush Control)

1. Start by laying your Dyson onto it's back and, using a two pence piece, turn each of the three soleplate fasteners a quarter of a turn in an anti-clockwise direction.   2. Remove the soleplate by prising it away from the cleaner head, underneath the centre soleplate fastener.   3. Place the DC04 Brush Roll Removal Tool (Designed by and...

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image:Replacing the Brush Roll (Models WITHOUT Brush Control)

Replacing the Brush Roll (Models WITHOUT Brush Control)

1. Start by laying your Dyson onto it's back and, using a two pence piece, turn each of the three soleplate fasteners a quarter of a turn in an anti-clockwise direction.   2. Remove the soleplate by prising it, underneath the centre soleplate fastener, away from the cleaner head.   3. Using a large screwdriver prise the belt...

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image:Replacing the Switch

Replacing the Switch

1. Start by unwinding the cable from the back of the Dyson. Then, depress the switch cover (glamour cap) to reveal a small notch behind the switch cover.   2. Using the specially bent terminal screwdriver. Place the screwdriver into the slot (straight red arrow) and lever the screwdriver upwards to depress the switch covers locating tab.   ...

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image:Replacing the Cable

Replacing the Cable

1. Start by unwinding the cable from the back of the Dyson. Then, depress the switch cover (glamour cap) to reveal a small notch behind the switch cover.   2. Using the specially bent small screwdriver. Place the screwdriver into the slot (straight red arrow) and lever the screwdriver upwards to depress the locating tab on the switch cover (glamour cap). ...

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image:Replacing the Clutch

Replacing the Clutch

1. Start by removing the cyclone/bin assembly from the main body.   2. lay your Dyson onto it's back and, using a two pence piece, turn each of the three soleplate fasteners a quarter of a turn in an anti-clockwise direction.   3. Remove the soleplate by twisting either side of the centre plastic screw.   ...

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image:Replacing the Motor (Models with Brush Control)

Replacing the Motor (Models with Brush Control)

1. Start by removing the cyclone/bin assembly from the main body.   2. Remove the post motor filter cover by using a two pence piece to twist the cover off.   3. lay your Dyson onto it's back and, using a two pence piece, turn each of the three soleplate fasteners a quarter of a turn in an anti-clockwise direction. ...

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