Even the smallest of holes in your vacuum cleaner hose will cause a loss of suction. Replacing a damaged hose couldn't be easier and you should see an immediate improvement in your vacuum cleaner's performance.
If you have a problematic hose on your Dyson, let eSpares help resolve the issue. With this simple step by step guide we will help you through removing your faulty hose and get your vacuum cleaning once again.
This video shows an example on how to remove or replace the part on a DC33 machine, some models may be different but the procedure should be similar.
What You Will Need:
Step 1 - Safety Advice
Safety First! Please ensure that you have disconnected the appliance from the mains before starting any repair.
Step 2 - Releasing Old Hose
Now, to release the old hose from the vacuum, start off by pressing the button on the top of the canister and lift it away from the vacuum.
Now press the catch on the top of the hose which lifts it away from the vacuum cleaner body, then turn it around and press the one on the back. This removes the wand from the hose.
Finally, pressing the button at the base of the hose which releases the hose altogether from the vacuum.
Step 3 - Replacing the New Hose
Once that has been done, we can simply reinstall the new hose in the reverse order.
Place the base of the hose back in the base, then insert the wand back in, while pressing and holding the button at the top of the hose: before finally reinstalling the canister. That's it!
One new drive belt fitted to your Dyson DC33 vacuum cleaner. We hope that this has helped provide you with an easy to follow guide on how to replace a faulty or damaged hose for your vacuum.