20 Most Recent Dyson DC59 Animal Bagless Cordless Stick Vacuum - Page 7 Questions & Answers

Have you tried pushing the peg inwards?
This locking peg should be spring-loaded, and tapered at the top to retract automatically when the handle is pushed down, like a folding umbrella.
However, it could be jammed, so try manual force.
The lock-peg may have trapped a piece of debris around its body.

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on Jun 22, 2019

Sounds IMHO like a faulty connection, faulty switch, or crack in cord.
An electrician or somebody competent with power appliances and a test-meter will need to open and check cord first, then work forwards through switch, wires, motor brushes, etc.

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on Jun 22, 2019

That's dyson's way of laughing at you for spending 4 times as much as you should have for a vacuum that doesn't work any better than the rest of them

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on Jun 15, 2019

Brush roll is probably jammed

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

It might be the clutch. Mine did it because there was dirt stock in the end caps if the roller. Instead of the belt breaking a clutch kicks in and makes a loud flapping noise.

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on Jun 04, 2019

Sorry. Almost all Dyson cordless machines last 2 years and fail. Don't get fooled again by advertising. buy a better brand next time. Local vac shop can help you decide what is a good choice for your needs.

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on Jun 03, 2019

This is common on the 25's. Take it to your local vac shop for repair. The pivot screw vibrates loose and binds the pivot point. This can be fixed. You probably need it serviced anyway as bagless machines need annual cleaning to perform properly.

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on Jun 03, 2019

The ball shell may be broken or damaged or the part on the vacuum where the bolt holds the ball shell on may be damaged. You will have to inspect these areas closely while moving the vacuum back and forth to narrow down where the problem is.

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on Jun 02, 2019

Model number needed.

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on May 31, 2019

Contact Dyson but I think you have a motor failure.

Dyson Vacuums | Answered on May 29, 2019

It is either a wiring problem You must check voltage on the switch terminal using a DIM-be careful you could receive a shock sparks tripped breaker or the motor. I would lean toward the power cord it is not uncommon for them to breaker at the handle.
The only parts available are the motor for around
$85.00 and a power cord around $26.00. Motor number and fig number 120V Panasonic Motor SDS1301GND Part Number: DY-91166601 fig 25
Power cord
Power cord Assy Part Number: DY-91426923
fig 38
Cable protector
Cable Protector Part Number: DY-90338201


Dyson Vacuums | Answered on May 27, 2019

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