Does your Dyson v6 Absolute vacuum cleaner lose battery power very quickly during use? Does it not stay on long enough to complete the vacuuming task? Dyson v6 Absolute vacuum cleaners are susceptible to a range of problems that can cause them to lose battery power quickly. Check the following possible causes to identify and solve the problem.
Cause 1: Low Battery Level
If the vacuum’s battery is not charged enough for normal operation, the device will automatically shut off. A low battery level can cause the vacuum to turn off in the middle of a vacuuming task. Check the LED light to determine the battery level. A solid blue light indicates that the machine is in normal operating mode. A flashing blue light indicates that there is no power, and the battery needs to be charged for a minimum of 3.5 hours. A flashing yellow light indicates that there is no power or that the battery is too hot or too cold. A flashing red light requires further assistance from the Dyson Helpline.
Cause 2: Faulty Battery
When the device no longer powers on even after charging, it most likely has a damaged battery. The battery is unable to charge and will need to be replaced. Use the Dyson v6 Absolute Battery Pack Replacement Guide to replace the vacuum’s faulty battery.