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In the last year I reckon that half my repairs have been to various cordless machines, and two thirds of these required new batteries. Usually on machines from about three years of age, which I guess is why the Dyson battery warranty is only 2 years...
Does anyone have any recommendations for compatible battery brands? I stay away from the unbranded cheapy ones on eBay after a couple of them failed in short order. The genuine Dyson ones just have silly pricing at present, with some of them currently around the 70 mark. The ones I tend to buy most often are branded Flylinktech. These have been mostly reliable and, while not the cheapest, are typically half what Dyson charge.
Has anyone else got any suggestions as to what to buy, and what to avoid?
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Cylinder & Canister Dysons / Re: Little help.
« Last post by MVacs on Yesterday at 07:52:59 PM »
The whole seal, I'd say so. Then it will become more pliable and likely harden off when you refit it where you want it.
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Cylinder & Canister Dysons / Re: Little help.
« Last post by Dysonboy123 on Yesterday at 07:26:36 AM »
No I haven't but I'll try it. Do you insert the whole thing in?
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Cylinder & Canister Dysons / Re: Little help.
« Last post by MVacs on December 01, 2020, 08:44:14 PM »
Have you tried boiling water?
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Cylinder & Canister Dysons / Re: Little help.
« Last post by Dysonboy123 on December 01, 2020, 08:10:40 PM »
It's the cyclone inlet assembly.
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Cylinder & Canister Dysons / Re: Little help.
« Last post by MVacs on December 01, 2020, 07:52:30 PM »
You mean the push in ones?
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Cylinder & Canister Dysons / Little help.
« Last post by Dysonboy123 on December 01, 2020, 05:50:00 PM »
How do you fix bent dyson seals on the dc19? It's the one that connects to the entrance to the cyclone bin.
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The hose wasn't fully dry at this stage so I screwed the body bit in as the hose fits easily enough with it on

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Washed filter

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A latch

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And it's saved!







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And when filming the after video


Realised that their actually not bad, certainly alot better than the newer ones, which took all the grooming and contact with the floor away!
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Back down to the bottom, the hood can be re-fitted to the body

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And the bung on the other side

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Recline lock can be re-assembled and re-fitted

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Brushroll connects up to motor now with a nice new belt

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Air duct back in

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Then the glued up baseplate goes on (after you've fitted the carpet gliders.... oops)

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This all needs hiding





The tools and cover go back on



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It can sit in here for now

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The diffuser got hot glued back into place

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And the motor was re-fitted, loom re-run and connected and sealed back up forever more

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I wired the top end up as it stops the bits flopping about

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Here is said new paste, the finest* stuff I had

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Connect it all up

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Then stuff it neatly back in

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The bag door seal just about slid on to this! Wasn't quite as straight as it once was

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But fitted onto the vac fine

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