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Re: DC25 110V to 240V conversion - what needs to be changed out?
« on: November 14, 2016, 05:48:02 PM »
I just read a post from a while ago about changing a DC24 110v to a 220v but I have the DC25 110v USA model.  My neighbour plugged it into a 220v here in the UK  without a transformer blowing the motor. So since I now need to replace the motor I thought I would just change it from 110 to 220 so I would never have this problem again.

According to the DC24 post, I need to change out the Panasonic motor (DC18/25 USA Spec Motor) with a DC25 SDS1304GZD Panasonic Motor (220v) and the DC25 Cleanerhead PCB from 110v to 220v. Do I need to also change out the DC771(2)XLLG cleaner head motor and the power switch as well?  Is there anything else I need to change out?  There is the DC25 reset switch 2.00A but I dont know if that needs to be changed as well.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Brian

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Re: DC25 110V to 240V conversion - what needs to be changed out?
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2016, 10:36:12 PM »
You need to change the cleanerhead motor, yes. The reset switch will want changing too as ours differ. The power switch is OK.

More on this here: Converting an American Spec Dyson DC25 to UK Specification

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