Dyson Vacuum Internal Hose Assembly

Stock Number: ES1117454

Manufactured by Dyson

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This product is compatible with:

  • Dyson DC07 Vacuum Cleaners
  • Dyson DC14 Vacuum Cleaners

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Description

If your Dyson has lost suction, it might be due to a tear in internal hose. Replace it with this genuine spare from Dyson.

Please note: This short hose is located on the underside of the Dyson vacuum cleaner, not to be confused with the hose located to the rear of the cleaner.

This genuine Dyson part fits all models in the 'DC07' and 'DC14' ranges, in addition to select models in the 'DC04' range. Please see the list of compatible appliance models prior to purchase.

How to replace a Dyson DC04 hose

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (365 customers)
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    By - birmingham

    rapid delivery,item did the job it was for,also your video of the repair excellent,thanks folks.
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    By - France

    Excellent delivery, part arrived, fitted in minutes,
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    By - pembrokeshire

    genuine dyson part at a great price. fitting extremely easy

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  • Q How do you change this hose? 3 Answers

    i have looked at my dyson and I can't see how to get the hose off of the machine. Please can you advise me on how to fit this. Thanks

    By Ness - 09 October 2009

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      Haven't you had an answer yet, Ness? Grip one end, twist until it moves, then pull. Then the same at the other end.

      By priorypete - Sussex - 29 April 2010

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      you have to take bottom cover off the brush there are three plastic half turn bolts then push drive belt off at the motor shaft pull brush out with belt,pull brush cover with hose assembly out ,unscrew hose off screw new one on, put drive belt back on motor shaft ,refit brush cover and pull belt back though it, pull belt so you can push brush though it, re fit the brush,refit the bottom cover

      By JOHNWITHDOT - lincolnshire - 24 April 2010

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      Take the plate off the bottom. Use coin to turn screws. Prise off old hose where the push fit is, and unscrewother end. Replace push fit. In theorey you line up the plastic screwtube threads, and twist. One end of the pipe is a left hand thread, the other RH. In practice you need to juggle, but it will fit and screw home eventually. Then put everthing else back.

      By Ringstead - Hertfordshire - 27 January 2010

  • Q Fitting internal hose assembly DC07 Allergy Dyson 1 Answer

    I have ordered a clutch from espares. on removing i inadvertantly pulled out the black rubber ring that the grey end of the hose goes into. which one of the 2 holes does it belong to and whitch side does the hose go into

    By Roy Dunbar - United Kingdom - 16 April 2015

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      Use the following link to view a video that will show the position of this hose: https://youtu.be/mwcLnjpn9Tg?t=1m18s

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 17 April 2015

  • Q What size is it - OD and length 1 Answer

    Required for another application. ( Bissel carpet washer)

    By bramley60 - Homecounties - 20 November 2009

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      We do not usually put up measurements as our parts are model specific. This part is made specifically for the Dyson models listed above. Please check your model details to make sure you get the correct parts. The following link may help you: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers.aspx

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 09 June 2010