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Sebo Vacuum Cleaners / Re: SEBO X4 extra Newbie question wheel removal
« Last post by MVacs on February 14, 2024, 12:59:12 pm »
Wiggle and twist it off with a pair of pliers.

New wheels have it already in there under the centre cap, so they just pop on complete. You don't need to reinstall it as such.
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Sebo Vacuum Cleaners / Re: SEBO X4 extra Newbie question wheel removal
« Last post by txhokie on February 13, 2024, 11:25:49 pm »
Hi all, just found this forum & thread as I'm looking to replace the broken wheels on my own Sebo (X4).  I managed to remove the axle assembly and pop off the wheel cap as explained by @MVacs.  What is the best way to remove the circular clip thing?   Thanks!

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First Generation "The Ball" Dysons. / Re: DC18 slim on 120V
« Last post by MVacs on February 13, 2024, 02:40:33 pm »
We tend to use a standard 120v box as you might use for power tools.

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First Generation "The Ball" Dysons. / Re: DC18 slim on 120V
« Last post by MadeinHolland on February 11, 2024, 07:33:42 pm »
I am close to buying a USA import DC18.
It needs a converter to get used and will be hopeless if anything 120v breaks down?
Anyone any experience in using 120V at all here?
Cannot find any related topic so far.
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First Generation "The Ball" Dysons. / DC18 slim on 120V
« Last post by MadeinHolland on February 08, 2024, 04:21:05 pm »
I am close to buying a USA import DC18.
It needs a converter to get used and will be hopeless if anything 120v breaks down?
Anyone any experience in using 120V at all here?
Cannot find any related topic so far.
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Introductions / Re: New Members - How did you find us?
« Last post by MVacs on February 08, 2024, 01:26:31 pm »
Welcome Ronbur.  :thumbsup:
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eBay would be your only chance. But any similar-looking Chinese vacuum is likely the same. Morphy Richards, like many other old household names, is now owned by the Chinese, in this case Guangdong Xinbao Electric. These Chinese firms tend to use a range of similar vacuums and just stick different names on them.
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Hello there, been searching forever for a specific tool.thay connects to the morphy richards supervac 732102 handheld section. It broke a while ago and  no other piece deems to fit in the opening. The official tool from.morhpy richardsspares is long sold out.

Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks
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Introductions / Re: New Members - How did you find us?
« Last post by Ronbur on January 26, 2024, 11:23:42 pm »
Hello,
I knew about this forum a couple of years ago by chance. Just watched youtube about changing WM bearings, that guy did dyson refurbs as well, so I looked for info about dysons out of curiosity and discovered this site. Then use it for information about different Dyson models when they're were on Gumtree, but really never had dysons by myself.
Recently I got dc07 (freebies) without suction, scratched and filthy and decided to try to refub it. Mostly I was interested in this process itself, not in a result as I already had 2 hoovers.
Just couldn't send it to skip, it was so lovely!
My Dyson had some problems: huge crack in bin flap, hole in an internal hose, old clutch with overstretched belts, no rope seal in soleplate, so no wonder that there wasn't  any suction.
That's when your site came very handy (to get parts) plus watched youtube clips from forum's members (Beko, Parwaz, Alec...Thanks guys , it was very helpful).
Refurb was successful and now it's my main hoover.
Only a small problem is left, I'm going to sort it out later.
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Second Generation "The Ball" Dysons. / Re: DC75 head issue
« Last post by macman on January 25, 2024, 01:38:45 pm »
So that is telling you that there is no power to the head. Did you try swapping the other way: i.e. suspect head on known good body?
Then you need to check the DC output to the head terminals on the body with a multimeter. usually around 300V DC. If no power there, which seems to be the case, then it's either a broken loom, blown PCB, or faulty switch. Follow the wiring path back up and test the continuity at each stage.
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