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Bateria Dyson DC31, DC34, DC35, Li-ion, 1500 mAh
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Compatible: 4894128063544,917083-01, 17083-2811, 18172-01-04, 17083-4211, 18172-0201, 917083-03, 917083-05 Devices: Dyson DC31, DC34, DC35, DC44, DC44 Animal DC31 Animal, DC35 Exclusive
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I fully charged the battery before using and totally cleaned my DC -35 to minimize resistance before using (cleaned filter, chamber, tubes, and brush head). I also cleaned the electric contact points with rubbing alcohol as I read that was an issue with this model.
Works fine. Very powerful, more powerful than my friend's new DC-44 for some reason.
Only reason it's not perfect, and I'm not sure if this is the vacuums fault or the battery's (I bought the vacuum used and can't compare to stock battery which wasn't included), is that the motorized brush attachment doesn't work on MAX. It runs for a few seconds then turns off. It was fine the first several times I used it. Might just be that the contact points need to be cleaned again, or perhaps the battery has lost a little storage and isn't able to power it at max, no clue. I just run that attachment on normal power and it's fine. Vacuum runs fine on MAX with any other attachment.
I've never drained the battery completely. I've recharged it probably a dozen times since purchasing.
If it dies or gets weak down the road, I'll update my review.
This is great for finishing off when the original battery runs out of juice. Suggest using this for bare floors, because they require less force and use Dyson's for carpets where more force may be needed.
Overall very happy with it.
This battery works flawless with my older model. It charges the same, fits perfect, and runs my Animal just as long. If you need a battery, don't hesitate, just buy. We now have two batteries, one usually fully charged and the other on the charge (as they take close to 3 hours to fully charge).
The battery is fully charged reading of 22 volts across terminals.
The switch is O.K.
The problem seems to be the transformer failed.
I have no way of knowing if the failure is due to the new battery. Dyson says it might be but that is what you would expect to hear from them. They do not recommend using non OEM batteries but again that is what you would expect the to say.
I would not take a chance on ruining a very expensive hand held vacuum.