How do I snap the canister lid back on it fell off
How to replace canister lid on my Dyson V6 it looks like it snaps back in but it's hard and don't want to break it
skykm003 , How to replace canister lid on a Dyson, The videos below should be of assistance. Good luck.
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Put one of the sides in place in the canister then with your thumb use a bit of force to push the other end into it's slot, I have just done mine and was also aware that it may break but you only need a little force and it won't break. Anyway back to the cleaning, hope this solves your problem
The 2 small lugs have to click back into place and this is extremely difficult. One lug is longer than the other so insert this one into its socket. Then, with the lid in the fully open position force the smaller lug into its socket. It does require considerable force and I was worried about breaking it but there is some flexibility in the plastic so it didn’t snap off.
No way I could get this back on. About to bring it to Dyson Service Center. Tried one last time. GOT IT!! Trick is to make sure cover is COMPLETELY open.
I had the same problem and solved it using a small flat-bladed (electrical) screwdriver. Found the trick was to apply the tip of the blade, rather than the edge, to the plastic lug. Doing that means you only need a little pressure.
But please - if this happens to you, report the thing to Dyson even if you fix it. This will weaken the plastic lugs and having a thousand dollar (NZ) machine dependent on these little bits of plastic, even if Dyson replace willingly, is simply not acceptable. Great engineering on the motor is no good if there is rubbish engineering on the rest of the thing. If enough report, they will have to acknowledge this as a fault and change the bin design.
It’s easy. Just squeeze the bin itself across the top diameter and you will notice that the pin lugs in the bin flex out a bit. Slot one pin off the lid into one side lug and then push the other in while squeezing the bin itself. Really easy. No brute force required
Very helpful, especially your comment about the different sizes. I found I had to use a small flat headed screw driver to ease the ‘hinge’ back. It didn’t snap!
I have a Dyson dc65 animal complete. The canister falls off, when emptying the canister
None of the solutions worked for my dyson v7 animal. I just ordered a new piece for 22.00
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