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Offline Rob Kay

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Any Dysons More Trouble To Repair Than They Are Worth?
« on: February 23, 2023, 09:20:57 AM »
New to the vac repairs and just feeling my way(ex tv engineer) i'm volunteering for a well known charity and there are quite a few to recondition, !'ve. Just taken a look at a couple of dc24's and straight away one wants a brush motor😔🤔


Offline macman

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Re: Any Dysons More Trouble To Repair Than They Are Worth?
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2023, 05:27:23 PM »
Brushroll motor on a DC24 is an easy fix. Same with the DC25/40.
As a general rule, the newer the model, the more complex and expensive they are to fix. Once the whole range became ball models, accessing the main motors got far more difficult and expensive. I think I've only ever replaced a main motor on a couple of ball models, as it's so time consuming.
By comparison, the DC1/DC04/7/14/33 are extremely simple, and even the motors are only about 20. Almost all parts are still available for these.

Offline Dysonboy

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Re: Any Dysons More Trouble To Repair Than They Are Worth?
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2023, 11:33:06 PM »
No. So many people repair and specialise in Dyson's for a reason. Easy to repair, parts are cheap as chips, make a nice tidy profit.

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