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Introducción

Usa esta guía para desmontar el compartimento del cepillo de rodillos en tu Shark Navigator.

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  1. Saca las dos pequeñas ruedas alojadas en el frente de la parte inferior del compartimento del cepillo de rodillos.
    • Saca las dos pequeñas ruedas alojadas en el frente de la parte inferior del compartimento del cepillo de rodillos.

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  3. Quita los 10 tornillos Philips alojados en la parte inferior del compartimento del cepillo de rodillos. (Dos de esos tornillos están alojados debajo de las ruedas del paso anterior.) Los tornillos tienen longitudes distintas, así que recuerda donde va cada uno para volver a montarlo.
    • Quita los 10 tornillos Philips alojados en la parte inferior del compartimento del cepillo de rodillos. (Dos de esos tornillos están alojados debajo de las ruedas del paso anterior.)

    • Los tornillos tienen longitudes distintas, así que recuerda donde va cada uno para volver a montarlo.

  4. Quita la cubierta de plástico blanco para descubrir el compartimento de rodillos que hay debajo.
    • Quita la cubierta de plástico blanco para descubrir el compartimento de rodillos que hay debajo.

Conclusión

Para volver a montar tu dispositivo, sigue estas instrucciones en orden inverso.

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Jeremiah Shyne

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UMass Dartmouth, Team 5-4, Kish Spring 2015 Miembro de UMass Dartmouth, Team 5-4, Kish Spring 2015

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Tried driver tips on two MULTI-TIP tools (standard & metric), but none fit. Looks like a very small 6-sided star w/a hole n middle. Trying again tomorrow w/mini metric set. I agree, 10 screws, two under wheels is way too much trouble for something you need quick access to often for brush cleaning. The hose has several places where it comes apart very easily. I was impressed, but this roller plate ruined it.

Bettie Howard - Contestar

Nice guide very easy to follow took awhile to complete only because vacuum parts I took off with very dirty had to clean other than that the guide was very very useful and very very easy to follow appreciate it!!!

Kenneth Johnson - Contestar

Easy to get off but hard to get it bqck on. I put the name of my shark and took it apart and it was for a lift away which I dont have now I can’t get it back together HELP

Gail Jezik - Contestar

Where did you find the replacement brush bar? Im having a heard time locating one.

meghmrr - Contestar

This truly is not intended for the user to replace the roller, but rather, they would like you to pay a lot more to take it in to service! To have a star screw with hole - which is what mine has - not Philips - and under wheels and 10 of them of varying length, and good luck, like Bettie Howard said, getting the driver to fit into the deeper holes! I have no adapter or extension - means you’d have to purchase a special tool. Luckily for me, I didn’t have to replace the roller, but rather sucked a USB cable which quickly wrapped around it. I was trying to salvage it, but after 2.5 screws later, decided it was better to cut the cable!

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