Dyson Vacuum HEPA Post Motor Filter for DC04 DE STIJL

Stock Number: ES1551876

Manufactured by Electruepart

(This part fits select Dyson models)

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (17 customer reviews)

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This part is compatible with Dyson DC04 DE STIJL Vacuum Cleaners

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This product is compatible with:

  • Dyson DC21 Vacuum Cleaners


Replacement filter to prevent your vacuum from encountering suction problems.

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (17 customer reviews)
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  • Great part

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    By - Wiltshire

    We replaced out motor and decided a new filter would be a good idea. This part is great value and as usual the service by espares was excellent.
  • good purchase

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    By - North Yorkshire

    very good service as usual have used this service before and found they do what they say .
  • Great Item and Value for money

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    By - Dumfriesshire

    Ordered on line and delivered the following day. The filter was easily fitted and brought a new lease of life to my old Dyson.

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  • Q fitted compatable pre motor and hepa filters from you recently on DC08 0 Answers

    now my motor appears to have burn't up. could smell it. when took apart to invetigate could see the burn't brushes and black spot on motor. is this just coinsidence or a common problem with the compatable parts

    By dave_pinnell2000 - bristol - 17 November 2011