Having problems with your Dyson DC07 Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum ?

Suction isn't as good as it shoule be - Dyson DC07 Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum


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I can help you there! Take off the whole filter unit (button near the handle) - take off the clear plastic dust bin. Wash the whole unit in water - I add a bit of washing up liquid and then keep rinsing (hose pipe outside is good) until water runs clear. Rest the right way up and leave it until completely dry. I presume you have cleaned the foam and gauze filter on the side of the machine? Finally, if you have a HEPA, then change that filter. Check the hose from the brush bar (about 3 inches long underneath the machine) isn't clogged and that should sort it.
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