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Member Buy & Sell / dc40 handle for sale , top part with wand cap
« Last post by jamesey on Yesterday at 06:27:11 PM »
ive got the clip off top part of a dc40 handle like new with the wand cap included , 5 , 3.90 recorded post [number redacted - please use PM]
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Dyson Chat / Re: Rotork on eBay
« Last post by Elgin on June 26, 2017, 05:57:23 PM »
Indeed. Still not expensive really. A clean one is closer to a grand.

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Someone posted on Instagram bout it
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These comments came in this morning........
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dear people,

thanx for busines and delivery.

received in good order, timely and as described.

hope your still available after "brexiT"

a satisfied customer from the netherlands.
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Dyson Chat / Re: Rotork on eBay
« Last post by MVacs on June 26, 2017, 11:22:56 AM »
Indeed. Still not expensive really. A clean one is closer to a grand.

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Dyson Chat / Re: Rotork on eBay
« Last post by ryevac on June 26, 2017, 01:09:25 AM »
580 !  :grinn:
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Have you fitted a new pre-filter? Or washed and dried the old one properly? (Not just rinsed it under the tap.)

Does it run hot without the cyclone? Is the cyclone blocked?
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Dyson Chat / Re: Rotork on eBay
« Last post by MVacs on June 25, 2017, 11:15:21 PM »
I saw that when it was listed. I see he has Collect+ shipping!  :o

They'll smash it to bits!  :(

I was going to have a dabble at this, but as I have one and a G-Force already, I'll pass.

In that condition with no tools and damaged hoses, I'm going to guess it'll sell at 400 - 450. Below that and it's cheap.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201958624497
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Double triple check everything has gone back together properly and that nothing is blocked. There are a couple of threads on the forum regarding dc05 stripping and rebuilding, perhaps a search for them and a read might find the problem.
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Hi All,
I have just replaced the motor in my DC05 as it had burnt out. Purchased from Manchester Vacs - excellent service and this looks like a great place to get some advice!
So, after changing the motor the DC05 fired straight up - happy days!
However the suction doesn't seem as good as I remember and the air which exits past the cable reel seems hotter than I remember. It has been I while since I used the DC05 though (been using a broom!) and maybe this is how it should be. The dirt in the cylinder doesn't spin like I'm sure it used too.
A search on here suggested trying it without the HEPA filter but still hot and down on suction.
I haven't run it for long enough to cut out as I am worried about burning out the new motor.
I am sure the new motor is fine as it makes all the right noises!

Advice appreciated, thanks in advance!

Gareth
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Dyson Chat / Rotork on eBay
« Last post by rabidmiffy on June 25, 2017, 05:44:12 PM »
Hi, Just in case you haven't seen, there's a Rotork on eBay (in Elgin, Scotland)
Better be quick though, finishes at 22:39 tonight.

It's currently at 262 with 30 bids, and I can't afford it  :(

David
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