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How To Clean The Dyson V7 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

In this video i show you how to take apart the Dyson V7 Motorhead / Animal / Fluffy / Absolute and clean the Vacuum, and replace the battery.





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11 Thoughts to “How To Clean The Dyson V7 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner”

  1. Jody Enright

    Thanks for the info my v7 is like new

  2. Marcus Yang-Nilsson

    Instead of the flat screwdriver, you can use a COIN.

  3. Qasim Mir

    Hi. The cyclone assembly you opened doesn’t need cleaning as crazy as it sounds. The area you opened is where the cyclones dispense fine dust so no air actually flows through there. It’s normal for a layer of dust to be in there and doesn’t affect the performance of the machine, cleaning it is pointless as it’d be back there within first use.
    I say this because your videos of disassembling can be damaging to people’s machines in their longevity (seals, gouged plastic, fittings). This goes for most of your videos on Dyson cleaning.

  4. Roinel Nathalie

    J’ai un V6 je l’ai acheté chez boulanger 539€00. J’en suis très déçue 😡
    Brosse usée au bout de deux ans, elle a perdu ses poils😡pour la remplacer 80€ la brosse 😡
    Quant- au nettoyage de l’appareil c’est loin d’être aussi facile que sur la vidéo 😡
    Si c’était à refaire, je ne rachèterai pas ce produit 😱🤪😡

    1. Ivan Gill

      Here is a link to a Brush Bar for £19.99 on eBay, cheaper are available. You might want to use ebay or similar for other shopping I just bought a V7 animal for £189, about €200, you are paying far too much at your local store.

    2. Sierra Merchant

      It wouldnt be picking up fur as they don’t really shed and if they’re droppings were wet they’d be sick si they’re pretty much solid it just doesn’t stay in the cage like the hay it gets everywhere . So I’ll consider it

    3. PierreFZ1

      Sierra Merchant, haha hay for sure. Chinchilla droppings… If they are dry enough it will not spoil the brush. Mine is a “fluffy” so I will not recommend it for your chinchilla’s things. Motorhead will be ok.

    4. Sierra Merchant

      Thank you! Another weird question do you think this vacuum would pick up chinchilla droppings and hay?

    5. PierreFZ1

      Translation:
      I own a V6 bought on “boulanger” 539 Euros. I’m very disapointed. (angry face)
      Brush wasted after 2 years. It losts its flur (angry face) to replace them it costs 80 Euros for a new brush (angry face)
      About the cleaning it’s not as easy as on the video (angry face)
      If I should buy a new one, I will not buy this product again (angry face).

      I personally own a V7 and I’m totally amaze of the technology. 2 years for a brush is ok for me as this is cunsumable parts. Ebay or amazon will than be my frien.

      Dyson is from far the king of all vacuums. Expensive for sure but what a beast!!

  5. Jay Algonkin

    I’d be using compressed air instead of a brush…btw…there is some serious engineering behind this vacuum.

    1. fastfoodfetish

      😂 serious vacuum banter

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