Hello, I am a dc24 owner with a brush bar that does not turn and I'm looking for suggestions
The main suction is still working.
The original brush bar got clogged up when the dc24 was being used for cleaning. Did all the usual things like remove the brush and cleaned it out. I reset the little red button, but would not turn.
The main vacuum still sucks fine
The switch has always seemed a bit sticky, so I swapped it with the main on off and still no power to the brush, but the main suction, now using what was the brush switch works.
I ordered a replacement brush head assembly from Manchester vacs, it looks to be a newer version, but still fits. (It has no little red button, and a red clip on top. The original had dyson grey). I assume it should work.
The replacement has arrived, but still no power.
The spine wiring appears to have no damage from what I can see before it disappears.
What's the next suggested step? Take apart the rest of the path for the electric power to where the brush head assembly attaches? I looked at the disassembly tutorial. I'm up for this to avoid buying a new vacuum, but would like to avoid it and I'm trying to be more 'surgical' in the diagnosis as I do have a cleaner that is mainly working...There doesn't appear to be a fuse... but what else could it be.p? A clog shouldn't damage the power to the brush head?
Thanks for any help or advice