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Support for your Dyson Digital Slim Submarine™ wet and dry vacuum cleaner

Here you can find helpful tips and advice, how-to videos and more.

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How to set up your Dyson vacuum

Charging your battery

It's important to charge the battery before using your vacuum for the first time. This helps the battery monitoring system's algorithm more accurately calculate remaining run time.

*The model and colour of the machine may differ from the one you own, but the process remains the same.
Video showing how to charge the battery.

Dock set up and charging

You will receive one of the following docking stations with your machine.

Fitting the wall dock

Before setting up the wall dock, please download your user manual and read the instructions carefully. Or watch our video guide.

*The model and colour of the machine may differ from the one you own, but the process remains the same.
벽면 고정 장치에 충전 거치대를 끼우는 사용자의 손.

Setting up the Floor dok™

Before setting up your Floor dok™, please download your user manual and read the instructions. Or watch our how-to video below.

스탠드형 충전 거치대에 보관 중인 무선 청소기.

Features

Get to know your LCD screen, displays and power modes.

Power modes

Getting to know your power modes for wet cleaning

When you attach the Submarine™ wet roller head, a water droplet icon appears on screen, indicating automatic switch to wet cleaning. Watch our video guide.

*The model and colour of the machine may differ from the one you own, but the process remains the same.

Cleaner heads

Getting to know your cleaner heads

Your Dyson Digital Slim Submarine™ wet and dry vacuum cleaner is engineered for versatile cleaning.
Simply switch the cleaner head according to the cleaning task and surface.

Submarine™ wet roller head

Washes hard floors – tile, stone, wood, ceramic, vinyl, linoleum and laminate. The motorised wet roller picks up liquids, debris and tough stains. For best results, it's important to wash the Submarine™ wet roller head after every use.

Submarine wet roller cleaner head removing a dirty spill from a hard floor.
  • Slim fluffy™ cleaner head


    Slim fluffy™ cleaner head


    Cleans hard floors. The 25cm brush bar is wrapped in soft nylon and anti-static carbon fibre filaments for picking up fine dust and hair, while being gentle on hard floors.

Replace your wet roller head's wet roller

Help your vacuum to keep achieving the best cleaning results by replacing the Submarine™ wet roller every six months.

Washing the wet roller

To maintain performance, it's important to wash the wet roller after every clean. Simply detach, wash with cold water, leave to dry and reattach. Watch the maintenance video here.

User's hands washing the wet roller cleaner head under a tap.

Maintenance

Essential maintenance

Watch our video guides on how to keep your machine performing at its best.

  • A user clearing a blockage from a dismantled machine.

    Checking for blockages

    If your machine detects a blockage, the motor will make a pulsing sound to alert you – and you won't be able to continue until the blockage is cleared. Remove the wand, bin and cleaner head to find and clear the blockage.

  • A user cleans the vacuum cleaner's bin with a duster.

    Emptying and cleaning the bin

    You can help to maintain suction by emptying the bin before the debris reaches the MAX line. Remove the bin from the machine to clean thoroughly.

Battery

Changing the battery

If you have an additional battery, you can switch batteries to achieve longer cleans. Simply press the red battery release button, and slide the battery off your machine. Your extra battery clicks into place. Watch the video.

*The model and colour of the machine may differ from the one you own, but the process remains the same.
교체용 다이슨 배터리를 장착하고 있는 사용자.

Washing the filter

Your Dyson Digital Slim Submarine™ wet and dry vacuum cleaner has a washable filter. We recommend washing it once a month to maintain optimum suction power.

Video still of a user's hands washing the filter under a tap.
  • User twisting the filter counterclockwise to remove it from the body.

    1. Turn off the power

    Remove your vacuum from the docking station and twist the filter counterclockwise to remove it from the body.

  • User tapping the filter to remove loose dust and debris.

    2. Remove dust and debris

    Tap your filter unit lightly on the side of the sink or bin, to remove loose dust and debris.

  • User washing the filter under a tap.

    3. Wash the filter

    Wash the filter with cold tap water, gently squeezing the water out with your hands. Avoid using detergent or washing in a dishwasher or washing machine.

  • 4. Gently shake

    Fill the inside with water, cover both sides with your hands, and shake lightly. Wash until the water is clear.

  • Filter being placed in a well-ventilated area.

    5. Dry for at least 24 hours

    Allow the filter to air dry in a well-ventilated area for at least 24 hours, with the wide mouth facing down.

  • Filter left to dry completely for 24 hours.

    6. Let it dry completely

    Your filter must be completely dry before you return it to your machine, or it could damage the motor. Do NOT dry in a tumble dryer, microwave or near a naked flame.

Accessories

Dyson Digital Slim Submarine™ accessories

Dyson-engineered accessories are ergonomically designed for cleaning up high, down low – and everywhere around your home.

  • Hair screw tool cleaning a mattress.

    Hair screw tool

    Anti-tangle conical brush bar picks up long hair and pet hair – and spirals it straight into the bin. Fast.

  • Crevice tool reaching into a tricky space.

    Crevice tool

    Engineered for precise cleaning around tricky edges and into hard-to-reach narrow spaces.

  • The wide nozzle and brush shown cleaning a skirting board, and debris on a sofa.

    Combination tool

    Two tools in one – wide nozzle and brush, for quick switching between cleaning and dusting tasks around your home or car.

Need a different tool?

If you need attachments for other cleaning tasks around your home, click below to view all Dyson tool kits, tools and accessories.

Various Dyson tools demonstrating versatility for whole-home cleaning.

FAQs

The wet roller can be washed with a common household anti-bacterial detergent, diluted according to the manufacturer's recommended ratio. We recommend doing this after each clean to maintain hygiene.

Only the Dyson Submarine™ wet roller head should be used to pick up wet debris and liquid spills. Engineered with intelligent power diversion and mode detection, all aspects of wet cleaning are contained within the wet roller head. Water and debris is extracted from the roller into the waste tray, which sits directly behind the wet roller using Dyson’s new wet technologies.

The Dyson Submarine™ wet roller head is not compatible with any of our other vacuums, including a pre-purchased Dyson Digital Slim™ vacuum. To intelligently switch between wet and dry cleaning, this version of the machine has been reprogrammed. Our previous software is not compatible with wet floor cleaning.

The Dyson Submarine™ wet roller head has been engineered for hard floors.

We recommend replacing the wet roller every six months, depending on how often you use your machine, to help maintain optimum performance.

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