Unless the vacuum is very old, has several broken parts or has parts that consumers can only replace at a service center, it's generally cheaper to repair the vacuum. Dyson sells many parts that consumers can replace the... More »

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Dyson.com provides a list of Dyson Service Centers across the United States, along with addresses, phone numbers and maps of the locations. It also provides the phone number for the Dyson Helpline to call for names of au... More »

In order to repair a Dyson DC07 vacuum, the specific problem must be determined. Some common problems cited in the DC07 user manual include less than normal or zero suction, the unit not standing upright or the vacuum em... More »

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When a Dyson vacuum breaks, its owner typically has the option of either attempting a home repair or contacting either a licensed service center or a third party repair center. The Dyson official website also provides a ... More »

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Procedures for troubleshooting the Dyson DC25 vacuum vary depending on the nature of the problem, but replacing malfunctioning parts or cleaning the interior fixes most issues. Some potential problems with the Dyson DC25... More »

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Dyson vacuum parts are easy to obtain, and they are sold directly from the Dyson website, as of 2015. Owners who need vacuum parts can search the site by type of vacuum or even by serial number. More »

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Replacement parts for a Dyson DC15 vacuum are available on many websites, including Dyson.com, vacpartswarehouse.com, vacuum-direct.com and Amazon.com. These websites stock genuine parts and have a full inventory with co... More »

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