A Step-By-Step Guide On How To Remove Roller Brush From Shark Lift-Away Vacuum

Shark vacuums are the ultimate unflagging machines whose vacuuming efficiency has been known far and wide. Truth be told, these vacuums need no introduction. But like all vacuum cleaners, Shark vacuums need to be maintained properly. Cleaning and maintenance might require the dissemblance of some vacuum parts. However, this is something that should be done with a lot of keenness owing to the complexity of Shark vacuum cleaners. A single misstep could mess everything up. And this is the reason you need the right guide to help you out.

How to remove roller brush from the Shark Lift-away vacuum cleaner

The Shark vacuum lift-away roller brushes are magnificent tools that will keep your house shiny. If you have this model, you will need to maneuver around it, especially when the need for cleaning or replacement arises. You must be wondering when is the right time to clean the roller brush. If you start facing complex maneuvering or you start noticing the roller bush neglecting to pick up evident debris or dirt, then know that the roller brush might be the culprit that needs to be examined, in which case you will have to follow the following procedures to disassemble it.

Step 1: Disassemble the Shark Lift-away vacuum cleaner

You must first locate the lift-away button on the top of the vacuum cleaner and push it down. After that, pull the handle to detach the wand from the main body of the vacuum cleaner. You should then press the lift-away button found on top of the rod and lift the handle to make it glide off flawlessly from the main vacuum body. If the sections seem complicated to be disassembled, then you can try wiggling the wand back and forth severally. However, you must not use too much force as this might cause more damage.

Step 2: Separate the Nozzle Head

You should now flip the vacuum head on its side and locate the circular taps that are grey in color. You should unlock the nozzle heads by rotating the three taps. You should be able to freely pull out the nozzle head once the nozzle head is unlocked. Then comes the task of removing all the thirteen screws located around the vacuum head. A T2o screwdriver is a tool you should use to unscrew the thirteen screws. But as you unscrew, ensure you keep track of which screw belongs to which hole. Once you have removed the thirteen screws, you should then lift up the top cover and take it off. The removed screws should be kept in the right spot, so they are not lost.

Step 3: Discard the Plastic cover

At this juncture, you should be able to notice the roller brush tucked inside a white plastic cover. You should now undo the cage by using a flathead screwdriver. Once that is done, you should be able to notice a circular belt encircled by a belt. You should open this piece by pushing it gently. After that, pull down that compartment.

Step 4: Remove the Roller Brush

The last step involves turning over the vacuum head to remove the brush

Why should I Remove the Roller Brush from shark lift-away vacuum?

Roller brushes accumulate debris and dirt over time. These elements need to be disposed off, which is why you should remove the brush. You can watch the video in the link below to learn more about how to remove a roller belt from a shark lift-away vacuum.

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