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First Generation "The Ball" Dysons. / Re: yoke difference
« Last post by bluebumble485 on Today at 08:19:07 PM »
I found a few years ago brought a animal I had a spare head I thought easy swop no chance I would think you could adapt one or other ,I just took the head ,joblot the none working one we all learn something new every week on dyson ,
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First Generation "The Ball" Dysons. / yoke difference
« Last post by ryevac on Today at 07:30:17 PM »
Went out to a 25 other day, customer reporting it keeps blocking up.
revealed to be main ball motor failed, head was fine.
Had been on an aerial wiring / house job for previous 3 hours so was short of time and thought just swap out spine assy with good motor as it's cheaper and much faster for me to do in the field.

however...

I tried to fit customers head to my swap out spine and the bugger wont clip on as it's offered up.

Noticed this difference on yoke face...
Never seen that in last 8 years.
Please don't beat me up - i bet it's a common occurrance ?
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Dyson DC07 / Re: Dc07 fdc seal
« Last post by Parwaz7862 on Today at 12:58:58 AM »
Aah okay
Yeah I reckon a filter wash, maybe a new belt and just a cleanup will get it sorted 👍

Oh and don't forget to check the soleplate is in proper contact with the floor when in the reclined vacuuming position
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Dyson DC07 / Re: Dc07 fdc seal
« Last post by Beetlebugone on Today at 12:34:31 AM »
My dil said it wasnít working well, I offered to have a look, silly me !!

The cyclone was full of dust
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Dyson DC07 / Re: Dc07 fdc seal
« Last post by Parwaz7862 on Yesterday at 10:23:22 PM »
eBay has cheap cyclones available, or try manchestervac's shop (just ask them)

I'd say it's worth it;
The DC07 is a pretty good vacuum cleaner, much better than any other bagless tat that's available these days, from experience I've owned all Dyson uprights available in the UK market, I can confidently say the DC07 fits into the top 5 best Dyson uprights produced, and I'm sure many will agree with me

Was it working nicely before this seal busted? Perhaps the filter got clogged due to the seal breaking as a result
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Member Buy & Sell / Re: Wanted - 1994 Numatic Henry HVR 200
« Last post by Sebo Dan on Yesterday at 09:57:32 PM »
I know a man who does, I'm going to link him to the topic.

Cheers - much appreciated.

Dan
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Dyson DC07 / Re: Dc07 fdc seal
« Last post by Beetlebugone on Yesterday at 09:56:23 PM »
Not sure if itís worth doing, she only paid £25 for it 2 years ago. A new cyclone will cost about £30
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Dyson DC07 / Re: Dc07 fdc seal
« Last post by Parwaz7862 on Yesterday at 09:48:08 PM »
That's the very early DC07 cyclone, the earliest there ever was, back when those FDC seals were glued on

They are a different size to the rest of the DC07s, so you can't just replace it with the current type I'm afraid, the only remedy is a replacement cyclone. It should benefit you anyway with a new cyclone as the earlier types always let dust go through those seals because they were so wide
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Dyson DC07 / Re: Dc07 fdc seal
« Last post by Beetlebugone on Yesterday at 09:29:54 PM »
Bum was hoping this could be replaced there is nothing wrong with the rest of it
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Dyson DC07 / Re: Dc07 fdc seal
« Last post by Madrat on Yesterday at 09:10:15 PM »
That looks like the glued on type, I don't think you can get replacements. you will need to source a new cyclone unit unfortunately.
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