Dyson Clutch Assembly for DC07

Stock Number: ES212526

Manufactured by Dyson

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (199 customer reviews)

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Fix your Dyson yourself and save money! This clutch assembly gets consistently high eSpares reviews; please scroll to the bottom of this page to see what our customers have to say about this product.

This is a genuine Dyson replacement clutch assembly and it comes complete with the clutch to brushroll belt.

Prior to ordering, please check the list of appliances to ensure this is the right part for your model.

How to replace a Dyson clutch

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 4.8 out of 5 (199 customer reviews)
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    By - Chepstow

    Simple to use the website, brilliant instruction videos on how to service and repair on youtube. Great value replacement parts. Package arrived with added gifts and benefit in the box - no mention so lovely additional surprise. Thank you. **Highly Recommend**
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    By - caerphilly

    Easy parts no's clear imagaes fantastic service would definitly shop with e spares again.
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    By - Bristol

    With it essential to obtain the right part in the first instance, the e-spares website for Dyson parts with colour pictures of your vacuum to ensure you select the correct one, is simple to use, with the video on how to fit 'an essential see' before hand, and whilst fitting. Due to the fiddle some nature of removing the defected clutch without damaging the vacuum and techniques for fitting drive belts that have not been previously stretched,helped by using the correct tools to undertake the task made it easier. There is an option to purchase tools on the web site, which are not as easy to use as proper tipped screwdrivers. (my local Maplins were very helpful in sourcing the correct tools and signposting me to e-spares). Other web companies offered this part but could not guarantee the part was specific for my make of vacuum. Vacuum much quieter with new clutch generally, and far cheaper than buying a new Dyson! Would recommend spares for parts and tools in the first instance.

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  • Q does the outer green knob come with clutch unit, if not how do you the knob off without breaking it. unable to remove clutch unit through casing 3 Answers

    By Clifford - 17 February 2010

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      Yes it does come off, just tilt to the side & use a screwdriver to hold the clip off then tilt the other side, its difficult, be patient.

      By SnapperUK - Ayrshire - 01 May 2010

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      it is held on by two "y" clips on the knob be careful when you ease them off.

      By mrmboy - bognor regis - 21 April 2010

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      The outer knob is not present with the assy. You need to remove the one on the cleaner, this is a snap fit at two points. Slide a thin screwdriver in and lift the snap fit lugs to remove

      By Anonymous - Reading - 23 March 2010

  • Q Does the clutch assembly come with both belts? 3 Answers

    Does the clutch assembly come with both belts as shown. When re attaching belt onto brush roller do i need a special tool to stretch the belt over.

    By liliput21 - 14 February 2009

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      yes it is supplied with both belts , i fitted the belt over the roller then reinserted the far end of the roller bar into the caseing then using a certain amount of force located the end nearest the belt.

      By mrmboy - bognor regis - 21 April 2010

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      yes both are fitted

      By Anonymous - Reading - 23 March 2010

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      The clutch assembly has both belts fitted. The brush belt can be fitted without the special tool but it is difficult. You can hook the belt with a screwdriver shaft and pull it up but you have to have very strong fingers and a high pain threshold. Be very carefull or you might break something. If you can get hold of the belt tool then use it. If i was to do it again i would make up a tool or buy one as there is a risk of damaging the roll, the casing or my fingers. Take care.

      By Martini2 - Somerset - 03 March 2009

  • Q removal of brush housing from Dyson DC04 1 Answer

    Have watched you excellent videos, and the removal of the brush housing looks simple. However, the one on my cleaner is firmly stuck. It moves of course, but I cannot see a way to release it from the main body. Is there a catch that needs to be released?

    By PETER - Scotland - 27 June 2014

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      From memory the brush housing just clips in place but can take a reasonable amount of pressure to remove it.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 27 June 2014

  • Q Have taken clutch out and started motor but still have strange smell coming from machine 1 Answer

    Cleaned up parts

    By Anonymous - 16 February 2014

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      Remove hoses filters and bag or container and run for a few minutes. If there is a burning smell present and the cleaner is getting hot it may need another motor. If it runs ok see our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/4/1506/do-you-have-a-smelly-vacuum

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 24 February 2014

  • Q How do you change the belts on the clutch assembly ? 1 Answer

    By Puggie - Hull - 19 November 2013

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      See our video: How to replace a Dyson clutch for how to remove the clutch.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 November 2013