Dyson Clutch Assembly for DC07

Stock Number: ES212526

Manufactured by Dyson

Only 10 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 4.8 out of 5 (191 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.

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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 (191 customer reviews)
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  • Really good product and clear install video

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    By - Uk

    Replaced this and the rotating brush at the same time (I think the worn brush bearings had put a strain on the clutch). I followed the espares video on fitting and everything went exactly to plan. Really pleased as this avoided the need to replace the Hoover - works like new! One thng to mention is you need a t15 torx head screwdriver. I bought one for a couple of pounds from an auction site and it worked fine. Took about 10 mins to swap out.
  • Very easy to fit

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    By - Wilts

    Watched the video And followed the steps, very easy, good quality part, thanks
  • Good as new

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    By - Farnham

    Tricky to do, but worth it as our DC07 Animal is as good as new. The belts hadn't broken but they were slipping.

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

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    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

  • Q I have a DC14. The roller recently replaced will not turn. The belt is ok. 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Carlisle, Cumbria - 22 October 2013

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      The roller is meant to disengage when the cleaner is in the upright or parked position. There is a large cylinder type knob on the left when viewed from the front that twists to engage or disengage the roller as the unit is parked.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 23 October 2013