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How do you replaced cluch assy?

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easy 1 tip machine up side down 2 remove brush roll sole cover plate by turning 3 plastic screws with a small coin 3 lift brush roll out of housing at one end only away from the belt end and remove the bearing cap and rod with slight twist and pull motion now comes the fun bit with a large screw driver you need to lift the belt up and at the same time twist and work the brush away from the belt to the right till it is free from the machine it will take some work to do this but it can be done with some gental force next on the left side you will see a clear tube with a grey fitting on one end you need to remove it from the machine (grey end)by gently pulling on the grey piece only(forward) now remove brush roll base you can see how it pivots forward and back now make sure it is back then with a flat screw driver place it in the small gap that is left at the front of the brush roll base (each end only) and pries it up and out of it;s pivot points now the base is out of the way on your left you will see a black plastic belt cove it has 3 torx screws you need to remove (t15) next remove the motor drive belt(motor end) now where you select brush roll on off knob you need to remove it by gental out ward pressure with a small screw driver next remove the clutch with a screw drive by priseing it out of it;s housing it just clips into place if this is to hard watch you tube for more info

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  • Refer to the first 12 steps of the Dyson DC 14 Motor Replacement guide.
  • You must now remove the knob that selects floor mode. There are two latches, one on the outside (where the line is that points to the current floor mode) and one on the inside (exact opposite of the outside latch). Pop these latches by inserting a flat head screw driver underneath the knob. Once you do, pull off the knob.
  • Now the clutch assembly is free to be removed. Congrats!

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