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Re: Dyson DC02 Teardown and refurb
« Reply #15 on: February 05, 2016, 07:35:41 PM »
You could refurb and sell your dc07 if the 02 does what you need it to, there's a how to guide in the 07 room.

Never seen a yellowed DC02? Wow, I cant remember the last time I didnt see a non faded 02! The plastic goes brown/green. DC01, 02, and early 03's and 4's all did it, then they changed the plastics/moved to malaysia and it wasn't so bad
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Re: Dyson DC02 Teardown and refurb
« Reply #16 on: February 05, 2016, 09:20:46 PM »
You could refurb and sell your dc07 if the 02 does what you need it to, there's a how to guide in the 07 room.

Never seen a yellowed DC02? Wow, I cant remember the last time I didnt see a non faded 02! The plastic goes brown/green. DC01, 02, and early 03's and 4's all did it, then they changed the plastics/moved to malaysia and it wasn't so bad


very neat machine. I might get one sometime, shame it's a but faded it would've been an even better minter.

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