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Was pretty chuffed, as I've only had one DC15 before, which was free with a snapped chassis. I gave it away to a fellow dyson collector. This one is complete, and works as it should. It is, however, utterly filthy. I like to think I'm fairly competent with vacuum repair, but what follows took me 3 hours, and I havent touched the cyclone assembly yet. This is a very tricky machine, I'd say trickier than a DC24 or 25. I'm about 70 confident I can get it back together, but hey, if I end up with a big pile of scrap then at least I tried. On a happy note, the tools are in great condition Wand off first Wand end off Release button off push the two tabs in and the metal inner pulls out of the handle assembly The end stop is held together as so and splits down fairly simply (correct orientation is shown, so I know how to put it back together! 2 locking tabs pop off Top half slides off after removing one screw Top cord hook off box for washing starting to fill up Hose off next I grabbed the pre motor filter too, so I could put a load in the machine (grabbed 10 other pre motor filters from various places, so I need never wash any for a while. This was lurking in one, it went in the bin. Back to the dc15. Switch housing off The motor debris guard had to come off for the housing to clear it Quite simple under here Cyclone release clip off One last check of what goes where. Cable off The little hose clip slides off the chassis crevice tool pops out as does this little filler bit Post motor filter unclips Had to look up some help. Clips off brushroll hose off. Really should have put that in the machine too but didnt realise. Not putting it in on its own though PCB cover off One half of the ball retaining clip off Popped the rubber bung out of the chassis Had to take this spring out and finally the brushroll assembly wrestles off (hope it will wrestle on again.http://www.sport-foods.ru/userfiles/counter-meter-manual.xml) Looking a bit bearer now The changeover valve removes now More wires on the filthy PCB and once removed, the spine wire can be pulled out 2 more wires that go to the brushroll microswitch The PCB is finally free and filthy. And I must go to bed. Will carry on the posting tomorrow, but need to be up at 6.30. I don't know what the heck they were doing but it looks like they used it as a wet-vac to clean their carpets. Either that or they were vacuuming mud. Yes - it was that bad. I started disassembling the DC15 more than a year ago but got stuck when I couldn't figure out how to remove the brush head. I got so frustrated I put the DC15 in my closet and just took it back out a couple of days ago. I look forward to restarting my DC15 cleanup project and am very grateful for your stripdown and refurb guide (and pictures!!). Thanks again!! Best of luck to you. In the office now, and since no one else is in yet I'll update this a bit more. So, once the screw holding the wheels on is removed, the rest of the reclining mechanism is removed The spring wriggles out of the housing and the black part splits in two Looking under the machine, a few screws hold the changeover assembly and hose entry gubbins in The changeover seal wriggles out of its housing The tension spring pops off its holder on the main plastic part and with great difficulty pops off into two pieces Changeover valve seal comes off now The release valve pops out of its housing Next to the release valve is the brushroll micro switch. One long screw removes a cover and it withdraws from the assembly And the chassis is stripped. Moving onto the motor now The main pivot bearing falls off the motor housing and the little bearings falls off the other side The stub for which sits inside a groove. The rubber end doesnt come off With the motor housing removed, the tiny motor is visible (did these have a habit of killing the motors?https://labroclub.ru/blog/bose-sounddock-manual-service) The wires fiddle out of the main seal Some hair got past all the filters, will need to try and clean that up before re-assembly And that's the motor stripped Brushroll assembly next, but I must get on with some work, so that will have to be written up later, sorry! Will give them a smear of grease when I put them back, I'm not buying new ones for it 4 screws ontop, and one underneath the brushrolls (which I removed beforehand, don't need to explain that, you should all be regularly removing and de-hairing them) and the motor housing lifts off All the vent holes were blocked Spring makes the pivoting head bounce With a bit of fiddling the motor comes away from the housing I was intrigued, so removed the 5 screws holding the motor housing together The cogs just lift out, 2 more screws and the housing removes from the motor Ticking time bomb.Finished off the housing. Motor mount rubbers Bumper and rubber insert snaps off Removed the brush guards and the box looks alot fuller. Screws and non washables Still not done the flipping cyclone, may try that tomorrow, I'm off work ready for our holiday this weekend! Best of luck to you. I'm very surprised at how complicated the DC15 construction is. It appears that Dyson has greatly simplified the construction of later ball vacuums - at least to my untrained eye. Your post and the post by Dyson Tech about how to strip down and replace the motor,1001.0.html has given me the incentive to try and refurbish my DC15. If I am unable to get it back together after taking it apart I'll just eBay the parts. The vacuum still works it's just extremely dirty. Thanks again and I look forward to following your progress on your DC15. I generally get old business spec laptops thrown from my work, so their a bit more roomy. My dc15 probably won't go back together before next week now.http://www.atlantarepairtv.com/images/canon-mx860-printer-manual.pdf We are away until Monday night, and will probably only manage to get the cyclone stripped and everything washed before swmbo makes me start helping to do this or that. Good luck with your 15, be sure to post some pictures of progress up! I generally get old business spec laptops thrown from my work, so their a bit more roomy. Good luck with your 15, be sure to post some pictures of progress up. I will take some pics. It's partially disassembled now; the cyclone and bin, wand, hoses. I wish I had taken a few pictures before I disassembled and cleaned the cyclone and bin and tossed the filters. I'm sure I would have won a competition for world's dirtiest dyson. Based on the date that I joined The Dyson Forums it looks like it's about 3 years that my DC15 has been out of commission. I like your technique for keeping the various screws organized in a labeled piece of cardboard. I wish I had thought of that when I began disassembling mine. I think I may have lost some of the screws. If you get stuck on sizes etc I'll try to match them up, can take a picture of the back of the sheet and from the side if you want so you can roughly compare. Worlds dirtiest? I dunno, I washed a dc07 cyclone that smelt of vom the other night. Wanted to wait for daylight so I could do it on the lawn anyway Release rod fiddled out with a screwdriver. Top handle off next Second release valve removed Red catch comes off and finally the top handle and release button I feel sorry for the poor DC04 they bought now, hopefully it can take the abuse better. More release rod is removed Took some doing but the cone popped off the shroud It fell apart some more (wasnt expecting that) Done. SBL - These are ALL the screws And then, I washed it. Took ages due to all the fiddly parts, and there was greasy crap over most of the bottom of the chassis. It had better work VERY well after all this effort! Do plastic parts often break on DC14s? Nope. DC41- Sexy looking futuristic and powerful machine. Just needs a better designed cleaner head wheel and cyclone clip along with a dense metal rod in the chassis. Big thanks to SBLfromNS too for the help, cleared up alot of questions on this fiddly beast. So, after a week of drying (as I forgot about it and we did no washing) I made a start on the cyclone Inner cone back together Cyclone top seal back on Took a slight tap with my fist to clip it together but on it went First part of the bin release rod back in Cleaned up the inner seal White reducer on Top vanity assembly lowered on and all the screws nipped up nice and tightly The top part of the release rod clips back into the top handle Cyclone release valve together and gets screwed in along with the red catch to stop it closing without a filter And the cyclone is done. Tools fitted Big pile left to do Plucked out the cleanerhead parts Looks much better after a quick clean and polish Bumper and rubber inner ready to go Bottom motor rubbers in followed by the rubber mount that sits by the brushroll and the motor itself (if you forget it, one needs to take it all back out again, guess what I found in the parts box last night.) Pivot spring and motor housing (needs to be screwed in asap as it's a fiddly bastard otherwise. Looking a bit fuller Vanity cap and very battered baseplate refitted The pivot springy bit was refitted, and checked for springyness. Then the yolk was offered up to the brushroll housing Wire was tucked inside the housing Brushroll cleaned up nicely (the PO said alot of parts had been replaced on it, I reckon the brushroll was changed too, it looks too clean.) More later, lunch break is over! Initially, I checked after assembling everything and it wasn't aligned correctly, which would have caused rubbish suction when back together, so the whole ball had to come apart again. End bar fitted and the top housing screwed in place The large bearing splits apart enabling a nice smear of grease to be applied to the race Once done and clipped back together the whole lot sits in one half of the ball Time to move onto the chassis. Brushroll microswitch first The blue X was there when I started, no idea why. The reclining spring mechanism fits on next, this is fiddly, but with the right orientation fitted a treat Onto the stabiliser bar and release pedal next. Pedal snaps back onto the housing, not forgetting the little spring Both halves of the assembly are bought back together with the axle Sadly, I could not get another circlip into the wheel, I just don't have the dexterity or right tools, so I improvised with a cable tie. Time will tell if it was a good idea or not. Spring is refitted The assembly clips into the runners at the rear of the machine now I refitted the ball now. Bit fiddly, but one side in first, then the other Time for some wiring now, as there were wires everywhere. PCB was dusted off, and I started plugging it back in Spine cable went back in from the inside, and pulled up until the rubber seal popped into place Motor and brushroll microswitch wires were routed over to the pcb, and the cable tie replaced The brushroll motor loom went in next, it fits in a little hole hidden underneath the assembly Once done and plugged in, the cover can go back on, with it's fiddly rubber seal (took me a few goes to get it seated correctly The brushroll assembly is refitted now, with the machine laying on its back, the two housings meet up, and the LH side snaps into place on the reclining mechanism. I put a screw in per side just to hold it steady whilst the wires were plugged back together The second spring sits like so on the little cam Resembles a vacuum cleaner now. The blockage tube was fitted now (was nice to see a nearly empty parts box!) Switches next, everything was plugged in and routed nicely through the various cable channels Switch covers and housing snaps on now The clip for the crevice tool snaps on as does the crevice tool Onto the hose, and the rubber seal slips over the end of the pivot assembly and it goes into the suction tube at an angle, and snaps into the locating lug on the left hand side Lower cord hook back in next and onto the wand (Was getting late now but I was in the groove so soldiered on!) Top cord hook on wand top and cap fitted The wand release mechanism went back together as it came apart, and slid into the housing, being careful to re-adjust it at all times to be straight Wand release button in next and the wand tip on (should I glue this in or leave it dry?) Hose went into the lower holder next and into the wand looks even more like a vacuum cleaner now Don't have any DC15 post motor filters, so found a DC07 one fits ok enough Pre motor filter came up like new after a good wash And it's very nearly done. Forgot a brushroll motor seal, so that needs to come apart again, and there's one bit of trim missing which is probably in the airing cupboard, but it's ready enough for testing tonight. More soon! We tend to refit them 'dry'. However, they are nearly always very worn, but new ones are on the way I hear. New ones on the way. Interesting. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your business. Thank you. Vacuum Direct has been an authorized Dyson dealer for over 10 years and offers a full selection of genuine Dyson spare parts covering all Dyson vacuum models. Simply access the color coded schematics for a simplified view of your model and locate any needed Dyson parts for nearly all uprights, canisters, cordless, and handhelds. Only by using genuine Dyson parts will you be able to maintain the warranty. Alternately, using generic, off-brand parts may void your remaining warranty. Don’t risk it - Only use genuine Dyson spare parts and remain confident that what you buy will fit correctly and maintain your vacuum in a fashion that supports original manufacture performance and ratings. On this page, you will find links to every Dyson series for which we have parts. Simply find the picture and number of your Dyson vacuum and click to see which parts we have stock. VacuumDirect.com also has official Dyson schematics for every vacuum listed here. If you are uncertain of the name of the part you need, these official Dyson vacuum diagrams will help you locate and name it. This means that the spare parts made by Dyson are of equivalent quality to those that ship inside Dyson vacuums. By purchasing genuine Dyson replacement parts, all of the parts in your vacuum will be one consistent, high quality standard. Some Dyson models also include a washable post-motor filter. In order to optimize the performance of your Dyson vacuum, you should wash the filter or filters every six months with regular use. Keep in mind that if you use your vacuum more frequently, the filters will require more frequent cleaning. Rinse and wash the filters with clean water and allow them to completely dry before reinserting them back into your vacuum. Do not use detergent. It is essential that your filters completely dry before being returned to your vacuum, otherwise they could mold and decay. By washing your filters every six months and allowing them to dry thoroughly, you’ll experience many long years of usage out of your Dyson filters and Dyson vacuum. Within a Dyson vacuum is a part called the “cyclone head.” In these chambers, air is spun at extraordinary speeds, generating up to 313,000G force. While the air continues on to the filter, most of the dirt, debris, and dust is forcibly removed by centrifugal force into the clear dust bin. This allows your Dyson vacuum to maintain a constant, steady air flow while achieving no loss of suction. Most vacuums lose suction because the filters become clogged with dirt or debris, but with your Dyson, most of the debris is already long separated from the air before it even reaches the filter. That’s being proactive! I bet it’s an acronym! Thus, a HEPA filter is able to capture bacteria out of the air. Many Dyson vacuums use HEPA filters to capture the finest dust and pollen grains that may have escaped their CycloneTM or Root CycloneTM technology. 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The Dyson Dyslv spot cleaner contains four active ingredients to clean soil based stains, oil based stains, grease, and food or drink based stains. The Dysolv spot cleaner is safe for wool and stain-resistant carpet. The Dyson Zorb powder is a powerful stain removing material that is also safe for wool and stain-resistant carpets. The Dyson Zorb powder contains miniscule stain-fighting sponges that bind to the particles of the stain and lift them away from your carpet, allowing you two vacuum it away a half-hour later. If you order the Dyson Carpet Cleaning Kit, you will get both the Dysolv and the Zorb, along with the Zorb Groomer tool designed to help you maximize the effectiveness of the Zorb powder. That is why Dyson offers “Animal” model vacuums in many of their vacuum series. The Animal models have additional accessories to aid you in cleaning up such things as hair and dander. This helps you keep ahead of pet-related allergies. The Dyson Animal model vacuums are very convenient, and rather stylish in coloration. This kit allows you to clean hard to reach places and to tackle stains in your fabrics or carpets. In addition to the Zorb powder and carpet grooming tool, the Groom tool kit also comes with a stiff bristle brush to ensure that your carpets are well protected from anything your dog brings into the house. This Groom kit also comes with Dyson Animal parts including the Dyson Groom Tool, which allows you to brush your dog and remove loose hair. This is the perfect tool to help keep your home clean during shedding season. The Flexi Crevice Tool helps you reach around obstacles and between seats. The Stiff Bristle Brush makes short work of dirt and dried mud that has been caked or ground into your carpet. The Tangle Free Turbine Tool is perfect for removing hair and other long fibrous material from upholstery, and you won’t have to worry about it tangling up the brush roller because it doesn’t have one. The unique design eliminates the need for a tangled-up mess. Are there any other vacuum tool kits offered by Dyson? The Soft Dusting Brush helps you to dust the more delicate surfaces in your home and the Stiff Bristle Brush loosens up dirt that has been ground into your carpets. It contains the Stiff Bristle Brush and the Soft Dusting Brush, as well as the Mattress Tool, the Flexi Crevice Tool, and the Dyson Dysolv Spot Remover. The Mattress Tool helps get dust and allergens out of upholstery and the Flexi Crevice Tool helps you clean between furniture and in other tight, hard to reach spaces. Use the Dyson Dysolv Spot Remover spray to quickly break up and remove stains from carpets and rugs. Be sure to visit the Dyson Vacuum Accessories page on VacuumDirect.com for a full list of Dyson accessory tools and kits. The DC07 vacuum is a perfect example of high quality standards Dyson is determined to achieve. And keep your Dyson doing what it does best, vacuuming. Locate the parts you need below to get your Dyson doing what it does best sucking. At the right side of the diagram you will find the clickable links to the respective parts. Locate the parts you need below to get your Dyson doing what it does best sucking. At the right side of the diagram you will find the clickable links to the respective parts. With excessive use, vacuum parts may wear over time. For an example, you may run over your power cord, need a spare Dyson DC07 filter, or dropped your clear bin. Have you checked your pre-filter lately. On the Dyson DC07, your pre-filter is located on the lower right when facing the front of the vacuum. Cleaning the Dyson DC07 filter enables optimal performance and ensures your DC07 is working hard at picking up dirt and grime off of the carpet as it should. Be sure to fully consult our schematics and compare to your vacuum. It is very important to properly identify replacement(s) before ordering new Dyson Genuine Parts. Periodically viewing the brush bar you can easily observe if the brush bar bristles are worn. Be sure to also check if your brush bar is working properly and if the belt is not worn. If you notice that the belt is worn or if the brush bar is not spinning correctly, you may want to purchase the Dyson DC07 Clutch assembly. If so you can easily purchase this Dyson vacuum part directly from this Dyson DC07 Spare Parts page, which features DC07 parts for all of the Dyson DC07 vacuum models including the All floors, Carpet, Original, HSN exclusive, Low reach, Animal, full gear, and full kit. We've seen it all from Pets chewing on Dyson DC07 hoses, accessories, wand handles, and power cords to vacuums being dropped down the stairs. Even though this can be very upsetting, be assured that the Dyson DC07 replacement parts you need to repair your Dyson DC07 vacuum including the Dyson DC07 hose, filter, clear bin, wand handle, cyclonic assembly, cleaner head, clutch assembly, and more are all available here on VacuumDirect.com. These Dyson DC07 parts are specifically designed for your DC07 Vacuum Cleaner. No off brand part will effectively achieve this, which can be a major concern and could possibly cause more issues with your Dyson vacuum if you purchase decide to purchase non genuine parts elsewhere. This is why we strongly recommend that you ONLY purchase Dyson Genuine DC07 Parts for your Dyson Vacuum Cleaner. Complete the required fields to complete your checkout. Once the order is received, your order will be packaged quickly for speedy delivery.We are available from 9 am to 5 pm Eastern, Monday thru Friday. All of these parts work in both the DC11 All Floors and DC11 Full Gear models. 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