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Yes, it was the white wire, just like a previous post I saw earlier.
Dyson DC14, DC17, DC27, DC28 and DC33 / Re: Dc14 bin lid crack
« Last post by Madrat on Yesterday at 08:52:19 PM »
nor me
This one?

I had an intermittent fault with the brush bar on my DC25, I stripped it down and checked all the switches, eventually found the fault, broken wire running from the upright micro switch to the brush head
Dyson DC14, DC17, DC27, DC28 and DC33 / Re: Dc14 bin lid crack
« Last post by ryevac on Yesterday at 12:38:42 PM »
never seen it myself
Dyson DC14, DC17, DC27, DC28 and DC33 / Dc14 bin lid crack
« Last post by Dysonboy123 on March 18, 2018, 11:30:16 PM »
Why do some dc14 lids have cracks in them?
The lever on top of the switch can get broken or mis shapen. Also although the switch works well without the button on top, it can get worn or degraded & a new one can sort the problem.
Thanks, will try stretching the spring. Without the pedal in place, the switch works fine and the machine will stay switched on and then off again when it is pressed. When the pedal is added, it doesn't, which led me to think it may be the spring causing problems.
It could be the spring- try stretching the one you have.
It is more likely to need a new switch or the lever on top of the switch.
Sometimes you can pack it up with a bit a plastic.

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