Dyson Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Battery Care Tips

Dyson Vacuum Cleaner Battery

AussieBatt provide compatible cordless Vacuum Cleaner batteries replacements. The heavy duty Dyson Vacuum Cleaner batteries come with full 1 year warranty and Australia Post fast free shipping. In addition, the replacement vacuum vleaner batteries for Dyson supplied by AussieBatt are meet or exceed OEM specifications.


The battery of your Dyson Vacuum Cleaner uses a Lithium–ion construction and some care is needed to maintain the battery’s peak performance and provide a longer service life.

Today AussieBatt vacuum batteries experts share the essential tips for getting the best out a Dyson cordless vacuum cleaner battery pack.

1. Keep up the charge

If you have ridden your Dyson Cordless Vacuum Cleaner and the charge is low, charge up the battery as soon as is practical before storing. If you haven’t used your cleaner for 3-months, take the time to recharge the Dyson DC35 vacuum battery packs.

The battery is equipped with a Battery Management System, (BMS for short) which prevents over charging and stops the battery discharging beyond a voltage which could potentially cause damage to the cells. Once fully charged, remove the battery from the charger.

2. Keep vacuum battery dry

Avoid water and moisture from entering the Dyson DC12 vacuum battery. Use a damp micro-fibre cloth to clean your vacuum cleaner, never a hose.

3. Keep the Dyson  vacuum cleaner cool

Like us, an Dyson cleaner battery likes to be kept at a reasonable temperature, around 10-20 degrees Celsius is just right. Avoid parking your vacuum cleaner in direct sunlight, or leaving in a hot car.

4. Use the correct vacuum cleaner battery charger

Never use a battery charger which wasn’t designed for the vacuum cleaner battery.

 

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