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  1. Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Brushbar Replacement, Brushbar: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
    • Lay the vacuum on its back and remove the red clip from the bottom front of the vacuum by placing both your thumbs on either side and pulling up.

  2. Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Brushbar Replacement: paso 2, imagen 1 de 1
    • Pull off the vacuum head by pulling gently towards your body.

  3. Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Brushbar Replacement: paso 3, imagen 1 de 2 Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Brushbar Replacement: paso 3, imagen 2 de 2
    • Lift up on both of the red levers on either side to remove the rectangular dark grey piece that the levers are connected to from the head piece.

  4. Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Brushbar Replacement: paso 4, imagen 1 de 2 Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Brushbar Replacement: paso 4, imagen 2 de 2
    • Identify the four 15 mm T-10 black screws.

    • Remove the four 15 mm T-10 black screws in each of the four corners of the remaining head piece by using a Phillips 0 screwdriver, which can be found in the iFixit kit.

  5. Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Brushbar Replacement: paso 5, imagen 1 de 2 Dyson Ball Multi Floor Upright Brushbar Replacement: paso 5, imagen 2 de 2
    • With both hands, firmly grab one of the black circular ends of the purple brushbar. Pull up and out to remove the brushbar from the head piece. Repeat this on the other side.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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The bearings in the brushbar are not well protected. Pet hair gets into the bearings causing them to seize up. This results in the bearings spinning in the plastic bearing housings and on the plastic brushbar hub resulting in meltdown and destruction of the brushbars. This has occurred every six months since I have owned my Dyson UP13 multi purpose ball. Preventing this would require disassembly of the brushbar and removal of the bearings every two months to remove the hair. This is not part of Dyson’s recommended maintenance and Dyson claims this problem does not exist. Very poor design.

Benhami Yengari - Contestar

What Mr Benhami Yengari is very true.This has happened to my daughter’s DC 40 upright.I have stripped it down to the belt and seen the bearing sized with hair.I had to buy the whole new brushbar ($95),This unit has issues and Dyson should be able to supply all different parts that go into brushbar unit—screws,brushes,belt,bearings, motor and center drive wheel

Jay - Contestar

I also agree with these two comments. I took apart the Brush bar and yes indeed the hair trapped in it from my Daughters hair burned off the plastic bearing housing as well. Seems like this is a very common problem around the multi floor 2 since all second hand listings claim the brush in the Cleaner head doesn’t work. Dyson should give us the option to buy these internal parts rather than shell out $95 plus every six months.

malomike1979 - Contestar

I have a Dyson animal 2. The long brush stopped working. I have 2 dogs which are probably responsible for the hair in the brushes. I removed the brushes and leaned them. To no avail the long brush bar is not spinning. After reading these comments, I realized that I need a new complete brush bar.

Ernest Paul Masullo - Contestar

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