If the hose suction from the hose is poor then turn the machine upside down, look down the inspection flaps as shown in the picture below. Before you give the favourite answer of "I never had one" If you have owned the vacuum cleaner for 3 months or more with no problems, trust me you had one.
If the bin inner is there, the next step is the cyclone, check the 3 bleed valves on the back are they loose, sticking or missing? The back of the cyclone should look like this, push the three yellow buttons, if they move freely and spring back out then they are ok, if they are sticking or any one of them are missing then that is your problem. Also the entire back of this assembly can be become unglued so make sure it is secure, if it comes off then simply reglue it.
Under the semi circular inspection flap there is sometimes a yellow or blue button the wand bleed valve , press this button, if it is under tension then it is ok, if it is loose then this is your problem and needs a full strip down beyond the motor to repair this. Another check is to remove the bin, what do you see? Is it just a clear plastic bin with nothing in it? At the age of 23, he co-designed the Sea Truck which was a fibreglass boat able to carry a load of up to three tonnes.
Inspired after seeing a wheelbarrow get stuck in mud, Dyson then designed the Ballbarrow in Next came the Cyclon A vacuum cleaner. Funded by Rotork, the Cyclon was manufactured by Zanussi and distributed by Kleeneze in The revenue from the Cyclon sales enabled Dyson to set up his own company.
In , after a decade in the making, the DC01 previously named DA , the first vacuum cleaner sold under the name of Dyson, was presented to the world. And the best bit? It was bag-less. The price tag was hefty but justified given the money Dyson had invested and the 5, prototypes he had created before perfecting the design. The DC01 was so powerful that its cyclone mechanism separated air and dust at a speed of mph and could pull cigarette smoke from the air.
The DC01 was swiftly followed by the DC02 cyclone cleaner. In , the CR01 arrived. It was a two counter-rotating drum washing machine, but this proved unprofitable and was discontinued a few years later. In , Dyson launched the Airblade, a hand dryer for public bathrooms. The company then invented the Air Multiplier: a fan without external blades. Following the launch of the DC56 in , a battery-powered handheld floor cleaner, Dyson presented its Cinetic cleaner in