Is it ok if a dyson emits a smell (ozone?) when it hasn't been used for a while - but only for a while?
I turned on a DC24 that's not been used for 6 months and there was a slight smell, but continuing to operate it and I couldn't detect it any more.
Related issue: Another one where the motor is seriously clogged due to a mis-fitted seal, smells every time it's used - I suspect this is dead, but going to try to clean out the motor and see if the smell lingers. Worth the time, or is this motor almost certainly dead.
Note - the sound and suction on both are ok.