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TBH reading back I could probably do a better guide now my method is better, but there is alot of info on this thread with all the questions, so I wont!
Ishhttps://manchestervacs.co.uk/DysonForum/index.php/topic,1881.0.htmlNeeds £££ spending on it though, and I'm not 100% sure the motor doesn't slow every now and again, so it's at the back of the loft for a rainy day!
I had noticed a lack of proper teardown threads
Go for it! Their not too bad, I can get one apart in 25 mins and together in 45 now after doing a few! Just card up your screws as their all different lengths, and * the ones that need a plastic washer grip thing under them, saves so much head scratching!
Quote from: beko1987 on October 18, 2013, 06:30:03 PM I had noticed a lack of proper teardown threadsHaha, they're good, but I get bored scrolling and scrolling on long Threads, that's why I make video's and maybe a few photos in my threads. Don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking you or anyone else... I do like to see repairs and strip downs of course
Will have to take a look at some of your video's Rusty.
I'm a newbie in the group and just joined to try and fix a DC25. I can't thank you enough for the stripdown photos - brilliant - no way could I have tackled this repair without your help. Still got a way to go but I think I'm on the right track!