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Q What does a typical Dyson vacuum cleaner repair include?
A A typical Dyson service will include:
1. Parts and labour
2. Full inspection of the Dyson vacuum cleaner by a trained engineer
3. Electrical and safety test
Q Why might a Dyson vaccum cleaner repair take longer then expected?
A Some Dyson vacuum cleaner repairs (especially older models) require sourcing of parts which can slightly increase lead times. In these circumstances we shall keep you informed.
This page aims to cover some of the common faults that can occur in your Dyson vacuum cleaner.
If you have any fault with your Dyson vacuum cleaner the reliable engineers can provide professional and affordable onsite repair to any UK postcode address.
For more information you can fill out the enquiry form with your details and we ll contact you back soon during business hours. Alternatively please call the national centre to arrange your Dyson vacuum cleaner repair.
Whatever is causing your Dyson vacuum to not work efficiently, we always strive to get it up and running as quickly as possible.
We recommend cleaning your vacuum prior to contacting us to make sure that it is not causing the problem and then if your problem persists we will be happy to send out one of the expertly trained vacuum cleaner engineers.
These are some of the following symptoms which indicate that your Dyson vacuum needs a repair by the reliable and fast engineers:
• Noisy motor
• Burnt out motor
• Broken vacuum belt
• Broken cable
• Burning smell
• Loss of suction
• Torn hose
• Brush bar clutch failure
• Blocked cylinder
www.thedysonrepair.co.uk does not approve off or recommend DIY Dyson repairs which may render the unit non serviceable.
For further information on the national Dyson vacuum repair service or to enquire about any other fault, simply call us during business hours or simply fill in the enquiry form and we shall contact you back shortly by phone or email.
hi my dc02 is emitting smoke and has lost its suction. will it just need new bushes or a new motor in your opinion. if its a new motor do you have any and how much to replace it i can drop it off and collect it if you are in darlington. thanks. gary.
loss of suction. picks up dust but not anything larger.
loss of suction and drawing air from filter a
plug was cutting out intermittently now not working at all.
onoff switch worked sometimesnow does not switch on at all.