Different things can stop your Dyson vacuum from spinning. But don’t worry because here, we will show you how to identify and solve the problem . . .
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Dyson Vacuum Stopped Spinning — Why and How To Fix
If your Dyson vacuum has stopped spinning, it might have one of the two problems. Keep on reading to figure out the problem that your Dyson vacuum might have . . .
The brush bars might be clogged
One of the things that can make your Dyson vacuum stop spinning is a clogged brush bar. To unclog the brush bars, all you have to do is to use a pair of scissors to cut any blocked threads or fibers.
The vacuum cleaner might be overheating
Overheating is another thing that can stop your vacuum cleaner from spinning. To solve the problem, you will have to wash the vacuum’s filter. If you want to see how to properly wash your vacuum’s filter, go to the link below.
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Dyson Animal Vacuum Not Spinning — Why and How to Fix
If your Dyson animal vacuum is not spinning, the problem could be that the power outlet that you plugged the vacuum in is bad. Try plugging the vacuum in another outlet and if you are sure that the other outlet is bad, you will have to call an electrician to change it.
Dyson Vacuum Cleaner Attachment Not Spinning — Why and How To Fix
If your Dyson vacuum cleaner attachment is not spinning, the problem could be that the attachment isn’t locked in well. Check the vacuum attachment to see if it is locked in well and if it isn’t push it in well and the vacuum should start spinning again.
Dyson Vacuum Brush Spinning But No Suction — Why and How To Fix
If your Dyson vacuum brush is spinning without sucking anything up, it could have one of the two problems. Keep on reading to find out the problem your vacuum might have . . .
The vacuum bin or filters might be clogged with dirt
When your vacuum bin or filter is clogged with dirt, the machine won’t be able to suck up anything well. To solve the problem, clean out the dirt from the vacuum bin and wash the filters.
A torn hose
Another thing that can stop your vacuum cleaner from working well is a torn hose. To solve the problem, you will have to replace your vacuum hose. To replace your dyson vacuum hose follow these simple steps . . .
Step 1. Unplug the vacuum cleaner from the power outlet.
Step 2. Disconnect the vacuum bin from the rest of the vacuum cleaner.
Step 3. Disconnect the hose by pushing a small red switch you will see at the end of the hose. Make sure you disconnect the vacuum stick from the hose first.
Step 4. Get a new vacuum hose and put it in the place of the old hose.
Step 5. Connect the vacuum stick to the new hose.
Step 6. Reconnect the vacuum bin. Your vacuum cleaner should start working properly again.