You may be of the opinion that once the motor goes on your Dyson, it’s time to shell out for a new one. However, in this video, Matt shows you that while the motor is one of the hardest Dyson spare parts to fit, it’s still achievable with a bit of patience, a torx head screwdriver and a complete strip down of your vacuum.
Hubert is working with the eSpares marketing team for a couple of weeks on a work experience placement. Yesterday, he was tasked with being the video production assistant on the filming of some Dyson DC25 fix-it videos. We asked him to write a few words on his experience of the day.
Here at eSpares we pride ourselves on our ‘Fix It Yourself’ mentality. But, sadly, if it’s not economically viable to fix your appliance, or if the years really are catching up with it, there’s always going to be a time when they go to that big junkyard in the sky.Read more
It’s nearly 2 years since we opened up the eSpares website to ratings and reviews. All of our customers can share their opinions about the products they’ve bought. Since then we’ve had tens of thousands of reviews of the parts we sell.
The reviews are moderated before they go live on the site, just to make sure that there’s no swearing or anything offensive. But so long as the review relates to the product and your experience of fitting or using it, it goes up on the site; irrespective of whether it’s positive or negative.
I’ve often wondered why we sell so many replacement Flymo cables. Surely you’ve got to be pretty careless to run over the power cord when you’re mowing the lawn? Well, I’ve since found out that it’s actually very easily done. I now feel somewhat humbled.
So, the washing machine finishes its cycle and you’re just waiting for that satisfying ‘click’ which means you can open the door…only the click seems to be taking that bit longer to happen. A while longer and you realise it’s not going to. A few futile tugs on the door handle, then despair. Your lovely clean clothes you’ve been planning to wear at the weekend are stuck inside the washing machine. It’s now a race against time to get them out, somehow, before they start to get smelly.
Recently we’ve been going a bit nuts on getting Fix It Yourself videos shot and uploaded – so much so that we’ve more than doubled our total amount of videos in the last three months. Now it’s 96 and counting. You might think the more videos we have, the harder it’ll be to find the one you’re after; that’s why we’ve made them all as easy as possible to browse and view. Here’s how you can access our whole library.
If you’ve visited our homepage today you might have noticed that it’s been fully redesigned. We think there are loads of great additions, and there have also been a few tweaks and reshuffles too. Here’s just a few of the improvements we’ve made.
As you may have noticed if you’ve read previous posts, I have assumed a role as one of the presenters of our How-To videos. Now this isn’t a natural progression for me, it had not been part of my plan to go all Dave Benson Phillips. In fact, just two months ago, I’d have described myself as a camera shy fellow who’d never dream of doing anything like that. However after some gentle, coaxing assurances from co-workers I decided to give it a crack. Why not I thought, hopefully these videos will give people more confidence to fit spare parts themselves – they seem to have responded positively to Helen, Matt and the gang’s work.
Okay, you’ve lost your TV remote. Well, maybe it wasn’t you who did it, it was the kids. Perhaps technically it can’t be considered lost lost because the kids decided that it was much better used as a hammer or as buried treasure. Basically these scenarios are leading down a winding path where you’ve now got a fully functioning television but no remote control. Does this sound familiar?