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No not yet, but i do have a scrap dc34 which customer asked me to dispose of.
It has a dead short on the battery fork inputs so blows a new battery.
When i "get around to it" i will crack it open and try to reveal the reason and what goes s/c.

Problem is it will probably look like the dog has mauled it after getting into it.
I replaced the main body with the motor in it thinking there is a problem with the pcb supplying voltage to the bin contacts
Hi! I'd be interested in taking the lot off your hands, if you drop me a message we can take it from there :) best wishes J

Hi, sent you a couple of pm's - are you still interested?
Has anyone ever pulled one of these motor to peaces

Apologies if this is in the wrong place. Could anyone point me to instructions for full dissembly of this model for cleaning, especially the main head?

Have done a DC39 cyclone successfully this morning with some pointers on reassembly from a thread here.

Many thanks
I have a dc24i which the motor has given up i have stripped it down and found the motor is a Panasonic but all new motors seem to be YDk can anyone advise me if it is possible to swap and what i need to do any pictures would be a great help
Im pretty sure Panasonic is YDK - Or the same style.

The only ones I know that differs are the Ameteks and Samsungs of older models.

So what is the item you have replaced ?
Dyson DC07 / Re: Dyson DC07 All Floors - Stripdown and Refurb
« Last post by beko1987 on May 17, 2019, 06:27:01 PM »
Me too, thanks for your kind comments, glad it helped! Chassis swaps are a pain because it's not particularly tricky, but EVERYTHING has to come off!
Dyson DC07 / Re: Dyson DC07 All Floors - Stripdown and Refurb
« Last post by bluebumble485 on May 17, 2019, 06:01:16 PM »
glad it was of use to people
Dyson DC07 / Re: Dyson DC07 All Floors - Stripdown and Refurb
« Last post by T120bonnie on May 17, 2019, 11:10:44 AM »

Thanks for taking the time to post this guide, must have taken you a long time, but saved me a few headaches swapping out a DC07 chassis this week. The cylcone retention clip broke on one of ours and that meant the whole chassis needed replacing. Flea-bay to the rescue once again, but seriously thanks for the post!
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