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Dyson has it as well and comes with a $100 accessory pack. https://www.dyson.com/vacuum-clea...oor/origin Thanks to user B0000rt.
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Same price directly from dyson plus free $100 tool set plus 10% cash from a site that cannot be mentioned
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The brush lasts 1-2 months tops. It freezes completely, and you have to replace the entire assembly. Something to keep in mind if you don't have the warranty.

The assembly cost is around $100. I'm thinking if I should get yet another one.
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The brush lasts 1-2 months tops. It freezes completely, and you have to replace the entire assembly. Something to keep in mind if you don't have the warranty.

The assembly cost is around $100. I'm thinking if I should get yet another one.
It comes with 5 year warranty from dyson
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bruh. the same vaccum was 240 from bestbuy few days ago
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The brush lasts 1-2 months tops. It freezes completely, and you have to replace the entire assembly. Something to keep in mind if you don't have the warranty.

The assembly cost is around $100. I'm thinking if I should get yet another one.
This happens to me too! I just went through my third one within 5 years. If feels like planned obsolescence to me. The motor is very powerful, everything is designed to be easy to maintain, but then they make the brush assembly out of plastic! If you don't clean the brush every time you use it, I can see it stripping in just a month.

The head / "floor nozzle assembly" costs $250 from Dyson directly or ~$100 new from third parties.

I'm also debating on spending another $100 to repair this again or just putting $150-$200 to one of those Shark vacuums that's been making the front pages.
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This happens to me too! I just went through my third one within 5 years. If feels like planned obsolescence to me. The motor is very powerful, everything is designed to be easy to maintain, but then they make the brush assembly out of plastic! If you don't clean the brush every time you use it, I can see it stripping in just a month.

The head / "floor nozzle assembly" costs $250 from Dyson directly or ~$100 new from third parties.

I'm also debating on spending another $100 to repair this again or just putting $150-$200 to one of those Shark vacuums that's been making the front pages.
I do clean the brush almost every time I use it. And I was happy I wouldn't have to deal with the burning belts until I had to replace the first brush.
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My brush is still going strong after 5 years, its been jammed with hair but easy to disassemble and cut the hair out and it works again.
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If you're willing to spend this much I recommend looking into Karcher or Sebo vacuums. They do cost a little more than this, but the quality and reliability are supposedly much better than Dyson. This is just what I've gathered from what I've been told by local vacuum repair shops and online reviewers/vacuum enthusiasts.
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I do clean the brush almost every time I use it. And I was happy I wouldn't have to deal with the burning belts until I had to replace the first brush.
Did you contact Dyson about it during your warranty?

My current one was a refurbished and the heads failed after 90 days for me. If the warranty covers it (including shipping), then it would make more sense to buy a new vacuum at $250 and get a 5 year warranty. I just thought they would call this a consumables part or user error.

Everyone I know that has these vacs say this is the part that fails for them too. Plus there's about half a dozen ones on eBay right now that needs a new head assembly.
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Did you contact Dyson about it during your warranty?

My current one was a refurbished and the heads failed after 90 days for me. If the warranty covers it (including shipping), then it would make more sense to buy a new vacuum at $250 and get a 5 year warranty. I just thought they would call this a consumables part or user error.

Everyone I know that has these vacs say this is the part that fails for them too. Plus there's about half a dozen ones on eBay right now that needs a new head assembly.
No, I did not have the warranty.

My plan is to still get another head and try to use some plastic lubricant to extend the life of it.
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My experience with these is that they don't work well on carpet. They have such good suction they make it incredibly hard to push on anything but the shortest of carpet. Google it, its a know issue, I would not buy one again.
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