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Offline lucandhar

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Panasonic MC-E3002
« on: August 05, 2012, 07:52:33 PM »
I acquired this machine from my cousin. I was at her house helping her decorate & she kept using this, even though it kept cutting out, after about the 6th time it cut out I offered to have a look at it.. to discover that it was still on the original bag which had burst, the brush-bar was wrapped with hair & carpet threads and didn't even spin despite both belts being intact.

My grandmother was getting rid of a vax power 4 that she couldn't get on with to go back to a hoover purepower so my cousin took that and I got the panasonic. It has cleaned up really well even though it still smells of shake and vac no matter how many times I clean the filters.
It has not became my everyday cleaner with the DC14 origin being used once/twice every two weeks.

I really like this cleaner and after a good clean, new belts & a new bag I am thrilled with how good it is, it can be bought for 76.50  from amazon & comes with 6 free bags! However it lacks a variety of tools but I have found that the new Dyson click fit style tools fit.
DC07 finally died! Replaced with a DC14 which is better than the DC07 ever was.

Offline lucandhar

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Re: Panasonic MC-E3002
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2012, 07:55:54 PM »
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DC07 finally died! Replaced with a DC14 which is better than the DC07 ever was.

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