Resetting a Dyson air purifier may vary slightly depending on the model, but here are general steps that can be followed.

How to reset dyson air purifier

1. Ensure the Dyson air purifier is turned off. If it's currently running, press the power button to turn it off.

Power Off

2. Safely disconnect the air purifier from the power source by unplugging it from the electrical outlet.

Unplug the Unit

3. Allow the air purifier to remain unplugged for at least 5-10 minutes. This can help reset the internal electronics.

Wait for a Few Minutes

4. Check and inspect the filters for any damage or clogs. Ensure they are properly seated in their designated positions.

Inspect Filters

5. If the filters are old or damaged, consider replacing them with genuine Dyson replacement filters. Refer to the user manual for the correct filter replacement process.

Replace Filters (if needed)

6. Plug the air purifier back into the electrical outlet and turn it on. Use the power button on the device or the remote control.

Power On

7. Some Dyson models have a reset button. Check your user manual to locate it and press it if necessary.

Reset Button (if available)

8. If your Dyson air purifier connects to Wi-Fi, make sure it is connected and set up correctly. Sometimes re-establishing the connection can resolve issues.

Wi-Fi Connection (if applicable)

9. Look for any error codes or indicators on the display. Refer to the user manual for information on what each code means and how to address it.

Check for Error Codes

10. If the above steps don't resolve the issue, consider contacting Dyson customer support for further assistance.

Contact Dyson Support