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swongskw 87 13 August 23, 2016 at 04:46 PM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Best Buy Deals
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Last Edited by swongskw August 23, 2016 at 04:53 PM
Best Buy daily deals the following Dyson V6 for sale. Lowest price I've seen for these brand new.

V6 Animal ($160 off) - http://www.bestbuy.com/site/dyson...Id=5469800
V6 Absolute ($150 off) - http://www.bestbuy.com/site/dyson...Id=2504021
V6 Red + multiple attachments ($150 off) - http://www.bestbuy.com/site/dyson...Id=5469700
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#2
It would help people if you write the after discount price here too.
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I purchased a Dyson about 8 years ago. It's stopped sucking pretty much a few years ago. Is there some type of manual or helpful info on places to check on vacuum to see if clogged or whatever so I can figure out why it no longer works very good? I think I've looked everywhere possible but you never know.

I've attached the one I have. I've rarely used it lately. I just borrow my mom's Oreck which works great. I'd never purchase another Dyson.
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When they stop sucking, you get another one. That's how it works.
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Did you by chance get married when it stopped sucking? That's very topical ya know...

:o :p
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Quote from angela41716 View Post :
Did you by chance get married when it stopped sucking? That's very topical ya know...

:o :p
Lmao, I see what you did there. Good one lol.
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I assume you have cleaned the filters on the Dyson? Many people think they are somehow self cleaning. They are not. There is at least one, often two (one for the motor, too) filters that require monthly cleaning. RTFM
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I purchased a Dyson about 8 years ago. It's stopped sucking pretty much a few years ago. Is there some type of manual or helpful info on places to check on vacuum to see if clogged or whatever so I can figure out why it no longer works very good? I think I've looked everywhere possible but you never know.

I've attached the one I have. I've rarely used it lately. I just borrow my mom's Oreck which works great. I'd never purchase another Dyson.
I must've had my Dyson for over a decade. There are two filters you can remove and wash. Should be on the right as you look at it. Looks like you have a DC14. Alternatively you can just order replacements on Amazon or ebay for less than $10.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCRdUCBobIc

The second one is trickier to get to than the first (Dyson don't market it as removable), but it's not what I would call hard.

I've taken my Dyson (DC07) apart down to the bin and cyclone level. Given them a really thorough washing in the yard, then let them dry out in the summer heat for a couple of days. Not sure if you can do that with yours, but if you can, there will be videos on youtube showing how to!

I actually qualify for their F&F discount through work, and while I'm often tempted to buy a new one much cheaper than the shelf price, I can't bring myself to do it because the old one still works fine.
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How come u see that price. I still see 339.99 when I add it to the cart. Is there a discount code? Or I missed the boat.

Ok never mind. Misleading post.
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Last edited by Exorcist August 23, 2016 at 08:43 PM
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Quote from tannersarms View Post :
I must've had my Dyson for over a decade. There are two filters you can remove and wash. Should be on the right as you look at it. Looks like you have a DC14. Alternatively you can just order replacements on Amazon or ebay for less than $10.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCRdUCBobIc

The second one is trickier to get to than the first (Dyson don't market it as removable), but it's not what I would call hard.

I've taken my Dyson (DC07) apart down to the bin and cyclone level. Given them a really thorough washing in the yard, then let them dry out in the summer heat for a couple of days. Not sure if you can do that with yours, but if you can, there will be videos on youtube showing how to!

I actually qualify for their F&F discount through work, and while I'm often tempted to buy a new one much cheaper than the shelf price, I can't bring myself to do it because the old one still works fine.
Thanks so much. I'll research some YouTubes. That's a good idea. I have removed the filter in the past and washed it but that didn't seem to help with it not sucking. I'll dig around and just take it apart as much as I can. I thought I had found all removable parts but maybe I missed a place. Thanks again for the suggestions.
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#11
Put the prices in the title and the OP, c'mon
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