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Dyson DC31

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Maintaining the mini motorized head

Beware of sharp objects when checking for blockages. If you cannot clear an obstruction you may need to remove the brushbar.

Use a coin to unlock the fastener marked with a padlock.

Image showing how to unlock the brush bar.

Carefully remove the brushbar and clear any debris.

Image showing how to remove the brusbar from your mini turbine head and check for blockages.

Replace the brushbar and secure it by tightening the fastener.

Ensure it is fixed firmly before operating the appliance.

Image showing how to reassemble your mini turbine head.

Re-connect the tool and test the machine.

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Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Remove bin

Remove the clear bin, cyclone assembly and filter from the machine.

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Where the bottom of the filter sits located on the main body of the machine, there is a small black rubber switch.

Press this in and pull the trigger assembly.

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Where is noise coming from?

Is the whistle coming from the machine or the charger?

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Checking the machine for a blockage

If the machine is not picking up as well as usual, it will indicate that the filter needs washing or there is a blockage, please see the steps below;

Open the bin base fully by pressing the bin release catch.

Image showing how to open the base of the bin.

Press the catch located behind the bin release catch to separate the bin from the cyclone assembly.

Remove the clear bin fully.

Image showing how to remove the bin from your machine.

Check the accessory tools and the shroud assembly.

Clean any debris from the shroud with a cloth or soft dry brush to remove the fluff and dust.

Image showing how to check for blockages in the bin, cyclone and tool.

Replace the bin assembly ensuring it clicks in to place.

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Rebuild and test the machine.

Has checking the machine for blockages resolved the issue?

The filter needs to be washed at least once per month.

How to wash the filter

Please follow the steps in the video.

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Remove filter

The filter needs to be washed at least once per month.

Press the filter release catch located on the top of the machine and pull the cyclone away from the main body assembly.

Image showing how to remove the filter from your machine.

Wash the filter

Run cold water through the open end of the filter for approximately 10 seconds.

Turn the filter up side down and tap 10 times.

Squeeze and twist the filter.

Repeat until clean.

Image showing how to wash the filter.

Dry the filter

Leave the filter in a warm place for 24 hours, until completely dry.

Image showing recommended guide to drying your filter.

Re-assemble and test the machine

Ensure the filters are completely dry before refitting into machine.

Image showing how to fit the filter to your machine.

Make sure the filter sits correctly between the main body and cyclone.

Image showing how to reassemble the cyclone and main body of your machine.

Has washing the filter resolved the issue?

Paper test

This would indicate that there is no issue with the machine.

To test that there is not a further blockage, tear up some small pieces of paper and vacuum them.

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Blockage issue

Run the machine and if there is a pulsating noise this will indicate that the machine is blocked. Please see how to remove a blockage.

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Checking the machine for a blockage

If the machine is not picking up as well as usual, it will indicate that the filter needs washing or there is a blockage, please see the steps below;

Open the bin base fully by pressing the bin release catch.

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Press the catch located behind the bin release catch to separate the bin from the cyclone assembly.

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Remove the clear bin fully.

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Check the bin inlet

With the bin removed, check the bin inlet flap for blockages and remove as necessary.

Ensure that it moves freely, fluff or fibres jamming the hinge can cause the flap to close resulting in low suction and pulsating noise.

Check the accessory tools and the shroud assembly.

Clean any debris from the shroud with a cloth or soft dry brush to remove the fluff and dust.

Image showing how to check for blockages in the bin, cyclone and tool.

Replace the bin assembly ensuring it clicks in to place.

Image showing how to put the bin back onto the machine.

Rebuild and test the machine.

Check the wand for any blockages.

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Has this resolved the problem?

The filter should be washed at least monthly.

Remove the filter

Press the filter release catch located on the top of the machine and pull the cyclone away from the main body assembly.

Image showing how to remove the filter from your machine.

Wash the filter

Run cold water through the open end of the filter for approximately 10 seconds.

Turn the filter up side down and tap 10 times.

Squeeze and twist the filter.

Repeat until clean.

Image showing how to wash the filter.

Dry the filter

Leave the filter in a warm place for 24 hours, until completely dry.

Image showing recommended guide to drying your filter.

Reassemble the machine

Ensure the filters are completely dry before refitting into machine.

Make sure the filter sits correctly between the main body and cyclone.

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New machine

All new machines may have a slight mechanical smell to begin with. This should clear after use.

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Wash the filter and clean the bin

This issue could be resolved by washing the filter and cleaning the bin and cyclone.

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Empty the clear bin

To ensure your machine continues to clean effectively, the clear bin must be emptied as soon as the dust reaches the max mark.

Push the button on the main body of the machine downwards to release dust directly into a dustbin.

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Shake or tap firmly to remove all dust from inside the fine dust collector.

Image showing how to empty the bin.

Press firmly underneath the catch of the clear bin base to close.

Has cleaning the bin and cyclone resolved the issue?

Watch the filters video

The filter needs to be washed at least once per month.

Please follow the steps in the video.

Has washing the filter resolved the issue?

Washing the filter has not resolved the issue

This indicates that there is no issue with the machine.

Please ensure the filter has been washed thoroughly and all the parts are fitted together correctly.

Try the machine with different accessory tools to check that none of them are blocked.

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Washing the filter

The filter needs to be washed at least once per month.

Remove the filter

Press the filter release catch located on the top of the machine and pull the cyclone away from the main body assembly.

Image showing how to remove the filter from your machine.

Wash the filter

Run cold water through the open end of the filter for approximately 10 seconds.

Turn the filter up side down and tap 10 times.

Squeeze and twist the filter.

Repeat until clean.

Image showing how to wash the filter.

Dry the filter

Leave the filter in a warm place for 24 hours, until completely dry.

Image showing recommended guide to drying your filter.

Re-assemble and test the machine

Ensure the filters are completely dry before refitting into machine.

Make sure the filter sits correctly between the main body and cyclone.

Has washing the filter solved the problem?

Please follow the steps in the video, or the step by step below.

Checking the machine for a blockage

If the machine is not picking up as well as usual, it will indicate that the filter needs washing or there is a blockage, please see the steps below;

Open the bin base fully by pressing the bin release catch.

Image showing how to empty the bin.

Press the catch located behind the bin release catch to separate the bin from the cyclone assembly.

Image showing how to remove the bin from your machine.

Remove the clear bin fully.

Image showing how to remove the bin from your machine.

Check the accessory tools and the shroud assembly.

Clean any debris from the shroud with a cloth or soft dry brush to remove the fluff and dust.

Image showing how to check for blockages in the bin, cyclone and tool.

Replace the bin assembly ensuring it clicks in to place.

Image showing how to put the bin back onto the machine.

Rebuild and test the machine.

Has checking the machine for blockages resolved the issue?

Checking the accessory tools and Mini motorized head for blockages.

Remove any accessory tools from the machine.

Image showing how to remove an accessory from your machine.

Inspect all tools to check for blockages and remove any debris as necessary.

Image showing how to inspect the tools.

Remove a blockage from the Mini motorized head.

Remove the motorized head from the machine using the release catch on the top of the inlet.

Image shows how to remove the motorhead from your machine.

Using a coin, undo the end cap as shown and remove the brushbar.

Image showing how to unlock the brush bar.

Ensure that the brush housing is clear of any blockages.

Image showing how to remove the brusbar from your mini turbine head and check for blockages.

Has this resolved the problem?

Remove the filter

The filter needs to be washed at least once per month.

Press the filter release catch located on the top of the machine and pull the cyclone away from the main body assembly.

Image showing how to remove the filter from your machine.

Wash the filter

Run cold water through the open end of the filter for approximately 10 seconds.

Turn the filter up side down and tap 10 times.

Squeeze and twist the filter.

Repeat until clean.

Image showing how to wash the filter.

Dry the filter

Leave the filter in a warm place until completely dry.

Image showing recommended guide to drying your filter.

Re-assemble and test the machine

Ensure the filter is completely dry before refitting into machine.

Image showing how to fit the filter to your machine.

Make sure the filter sits correctly between the main body and cyclone.

Image showing how to reassemble the cyclone and main body of your machine.

Has washing the filter resolved the issue?

Paper test

This would indicate that there is no issue with the machine. To test that there is not a further blockage, tear up some small pieces of paper and vacuum them.

Image showing if paper is visible in the bin.

Are you able to see the pieces of paper in the clear bin?

Test machine

Hold the trigger and run the machine.

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Does the machine come on for two-to-four seconds then go off?

Type A

Press the release catch and remove the battery.

Check that the contacts on the battery are not damaged.

Wipe with a dry clean cloth.

Refit the battery and test the machine.

Image showing how to remove the power pack.

Type B

Using a screw driver remove the two small screws, the first is located above the charging point and the second is located behind the washable filter at the bottom.

Remove the battery.

Check that the contacts on the battery are not damaged.

Wipe with a dry clean cloth.

Refit the battery, and the two screws, and test the machine.

Image showing how to remove the power pack.

Has wiping the contacts resolved the problem?

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Charge the machine

Plug the machine in to the charger.

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Test machine

Run the machine without the charger plugged in.

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What does the charger light on the main body show?

Separate bin from main body

Place the machine on a flat surface, pull the trigger and pull the bin away from the main body.

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Does the machine cut out?

Type A or Type B

Type A machine

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Type B machine

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Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machines have a small Phillips screw - located just below the max power or boost button.

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Is the machine a Type A or Type B?

Pull trigger and move machine body

Place the machine on a flat surface, pull the trigger and pull the bin away from the main body.

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Does the machine cut out?

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Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Run Machine

Run the machine without the charger plugged in

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What does the light on the main body show?

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Is there any power to the machine?

Charge machine

Charge machine for 3.5 hours.

Does the machine have power after a full charge?

Place on flat surface

Place the machine on a flat surface, pull the trigger and pull the bin away from the main body.

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Does the machine cut out?

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Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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  • Place the machine on a flat surface

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  • Pull the trigger and pull the bin away from the main body.
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Run machine

Run the machine without the charger plugged in.

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Type B machines have two small screws, the 1st is located just below the max power or boost button and the 2nd is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Test the machine

Run the machine without the charger plugged in.

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Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Is the machine a Type A or Type B?

Is there any power?

Charge the machine

Charge the machine for 5.5 hours.

Does the machine have power after a full charge?

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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You might need a replacement part.

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Charger assembly

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Replacement charger for your Dyson vacuum cleaner.

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Charger assembly

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Part no. 917530-11

Replacement charger for your Dyson vacuum cleaner.

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Charger assembly

Part no. 917530-11

Replacement charger for your Dyson vacuum cleaner.

$32.99

Charger assembly

Charger assembly

Part no. 917530-11

Replacement charger for your Dyson vacuum cleaner.

$32.99

Currently out of stock.

$32.99

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Type A machine

Type A machine

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Type B machine

Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Separate bin from main body

Place the machine on a flat surface, pull the trigger and pull the bin away from the main body.

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Is there any power?

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have two small screws, the 1st is located just below the max power or boost button and the 2nd is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have two small screws, the 1st is located just below the max power or boost button and the 2nd is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Type A or Type B

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Removing blockages from the Mini motorized head

Unlocking the brushbar endcap

Beware of sharp objects when checking for blockages.

If you cannot clear an obstruction you may need to remove the brushbar.

Use a coin to unlock the fastener marked with a padlock.

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Removing the brushbar

Carefully remove the brushbar and clear any debris.

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Refitting the brushbar

Replace the brushbar and secure it by tightening the fastener.

Ensure it is fixed firmly before operating the appliance.

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Rebuild and test the machine

Put the tool directly onto the machine and test without putting the tool in contact with any surface.

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Charge machine

Plug the machine into the charger.

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Test the machine

Run the machine without the charger plugged in.

Type A or Type B

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have two small screws, the first is located just below the max power or boost button and the second is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Is the machine a Type A or Type B?

Separate bin from main body

Place the machine on a flat surface, pull the trigger and pull the bin away from the main body.

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Is there any power?

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Is the machine a Type A or Type B?

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Is the machine a Type A or Type B?

Type A or Type B

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small screw located just below the max power or boost button. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screw has been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Test the machine

Pull the trigger without the charger plugged in.

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Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have two small screws, the 1st is located just below the max power or boost button and the 2nd is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Is the machine a Type A or Type B?

You might need a replacement part.

It looks like the Charger assembly is not working. You can solve this by ordering a new one below.

Charger assembly

Part no. 917530-11

Replacement charger for your Dyson vacuum cleaner.

$32.99

Charger assembly

Charger assembly

Part no. 917530-11

Replacement charger for your Dyson vacuum cleaner.

$32.99

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Currently out of stock.

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Test the machine

Pull on the trigger without the charger plugged in.

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have two small screws, the 1st is located just below the max power or boost button and the 2nd is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Is there any power?

Charge machine

Please charge the machine for 5.5 hours

Does the machine have power after a full charge?

Does the machine still have intermittent power?

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have two small screws, the 1st is located just below the max power or boost button and the 2nd is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

Image showing how to remove the power pack.

Type B machine

Type B machines have two small screws, the 1st is located just below the max power or boost button and the 2nd is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Is the machine a Type A or Type B?

Type A or Type B

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have two small screws, the 1st is located just below the max power or boost button and the 2nd is located just below the washable filter. To release the battery assembly, use a small screwdriver to remove the screw. Once the screws have been taken out, the battery can be fully removed from the machine.

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Normal usage

When the machine has been in use the battery may feel hot to touch, however this will not be hot enough to cause any harm.

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Run time

Your Dyson handheld is designed to give constant suction. Unlike other handhelds, when fully charged DC31 will give 6 - 10 minutes of powerful constant suction depending on the power mode selected.

The machine will run for 6 minutes on MAX power.

The machine will run for 10 minutes on standard power.

If the run time does not last as stated, please order a new battery.

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If the machine is sparking please do not use it until a replacement part has been ordered.

Type A machine

Type A machines have a small battery release catch, located just below the max power or boost button. Once pressed the battery assembly is released from the machine.

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Type B machine

Type B machines have a small Phillips screw - located just below the max power or boost button.

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