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Offline Dyson Tech

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DC01 Schematic - Exploded Drawings
« on: February 11, 2013, 12:24:27 PM »
We were asked for a DC01 schematic today, so I managed to dig on out as a reference for our readers.

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Re: DC01 Schematic - Exploded Drawings
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2013, 02:28:34 PM »
I found the schematic drawings of the DC01 very interesting but it think it would be more helpful if the parts were named to correspond to the
circled numbers. As a new member of your forum I'm not yet up to speed with the named parts, and this helps when looking for spares.
I look forward to many interesting discussions.
Thank You.
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Re: DC01 Schematic - Exploded Drawings
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2015, 08:01:58 PM »
I thought I would have a crack at this if I may? See how much I really know!

1 - Main Chassis/Spine
2 - Chassis to Cyclone Input seal (the suction from the motor comes in from this hole)
3 - Hose/Brushroll Housing input seal (the dirt enters the bin via this hole, the seal is moulded onto the chassis and non removeable)
4 - Wiring Cover
5 - On/Off switch cover
6 - On/Off switch
7 - Live terminal cover
8 - Neutral wire choc block (connects the neutral from the mains lead to the spine lead)
9 - Wire clamps
10 - Wire cover retaining screw
11 - Mains cable assembly (I presume the service part from Dyson originally contained all within the box)
12 - Spine lead
13 - Pre motor filter cage
14 - Not on the diagram
15 - upper Motor housing screws
16 - Not on diagram
17 - Not on diagram
18 - Lower and Upper motor housing seal
19 - Wand bleed valve spring (not fitted to all dc01's)
20 - Not on diagram
21 - Not on diagram
22 - Upper motor housing/post motor filter holder
23 - Brushroll housing locating bush
24 - Wand seal/guide
25 - Brushroll housing/upper motor housing seal
26 - Motor end housing seal
27 - Motor end housing
28 - Motor housing locating mount (locates the housing to the motor)
29 - Motor!
30 - Not on diagram
31 - Motor fancase seal
32 - Motor Thermal Cutout
33 - Hose
34 - Not on diagram
35 - Not on diagram
36 - (I think) TOC retaining screw)
37 - (I think) TOC retaining bracket)
38 - Wand and suction channel seal/large debris removal flap
39 - Lower case/lower motor housing seal
40 - Spine cable seal
41 - Not on diagram
42 - Lower case screws
43 - Brushroll
44 - Not on diagram
45 - Cable tie for the neutral wires under the wiring cover
46 - Rear wheel axle
47 - Rear wheel spacer washer (1 per side)
48 - Rear wheel (2 of)
49 - Rear wheel (2 of)
50 - Wheel glamour cap (2 of)
51 - Furniture guard
52 - Brushroll housing floating bracket (shown in the correct orientation too i think)
53 - Not on diagram
54 - Not on diagram
55 - Baseplate screws (3 of)
56 - Rubber spring (often missing, quite rare to find now). Fits between the fixed part and floating part of the baseplate)
57 - Brushroll housing parking bracket spring
57 (appears twice) Brushroll housing parking bracket housing (which does split out further)
58 - Pivoting part of the sole plate
59 - Cord grommit
60 - Baseplate screw holding washers (stop the baseplate screws falling out when unscrewed)
61 - Not on diagram
62 - Cyclone assembly, comprising of...
62a - Retaining screw
62b - Top housing/carry handle
62c - Bin to top housing seal
62d - Inner cyclone top/top housing seal
62e - Inner cyclone top
62f - Cone
62g - Shroud
63 - Bleed valve assembly, comprising of
63a - Bleed valve (3 of)
63b - Bleed valve sealing rubbers (3 of)
63c - Bleed valve spring (3 of)
64 - Not on diagram
65 - Not on diagram
66 - Not on diagram
67 - Not on diagram
68 - Not on Diagram
69 - Wand
70 - Spine cable live spade connector (I think)
71 - Cable clip
72 - Not on diagram
73 - Bin assembly
74 - Lower cone top seal
75 - Lower cone bottom seal
76 - Not on diagram
77 - Not on diagram
78 - Baseplate assembly as a whole
79 - Brushroll housing as a whole
80 - Not on diagram
81 - Wand release button
82 - Wand release button spring
83 - Top cord hook retaining screw
84 - Top cord hook
85 - Top cord hook spring
86 - Not on diagram
87 - Not on diagram
88 - Not on diagram
89 - Not on diagram
90 - Not on diagram
91 - Not on diagram
92 - Not on diagram
93 - Not on diagram
94 - Instruction Manual
95 - Bottom motor housing/rear wheel assembly
96 - Not on diagram
97 - Not on diagram
98 - Rear wheel fixing kit
99 - Not on diagram
100 - Not on Diagram
101 - Floor tool
102 - Rear wheel assembly
103 - Not on diagram
104 - Crevice tool
105 - Dusting Brush
106 - Upholstery Tool
107 - Tool adapter
108 - Not on diagram
109 - Baseplate seal

Ruddy Dyson, why couldn't they use ascending numbers? Not 100% sure I haven't missed anything tbh, but hopefully this helps, and I can say that I can name every part on a DC01. I may do a real-life version of this one day if I get bored enough! Got a DC01 Absolute+ to refurbish soon!
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