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  1. Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away Brush Belt Replacement, Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away Head Nozzle Disassembly: paso 1, imagen 1 de 2 Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away Brush Belt Replacement, Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away Head Nozzle Disassembly: paso 1, imagen 2 de 2
    • Push the lift away button and pull the handle up to separate the body from the wand section.

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    • Push lift away button on the wand then lift up on the top section to separate.

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    • Tilt the wand shaft backwards for convenient.

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    • Lay the head nozzle piece upside down.

    • Rotate the three gray taps to the unlock position.

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    • With your fingers, pry and pull the brush cage open.

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    • Remove the 13 screws (circled in yellow) using a phillips screwdriver.

    • Be sure to keep track of which screws go into which hole.

    • Remove the one screw (circled in red) that has a Torx head (might be Phillips head on some models).

    • The Torx screw is hidden under a rubber gasket. Carefully, lift up the gasket without damaging it to access this screw.

    • Remove the horizontal screw (circled in orange) that attaches the gray side panel (necessary to remove the white cap on the roller brush in step 8)

    The 13 Philips screws are Torxt 25 screws not philips head screws it’s a Special torx drive tool.

    John Murray - Contestar

    You forgot to explain how to remove the two silver end caps one of them has a philips head screw that has to be removed from the inside,

    and it’s hard to find because it’s usually full of lint.

    John Murray - Contestar

    On model NV 752 the torx screw is a T20, not T25. and it is the screw that is in the middle of the unit, not on the end where the red circle is shown above. This is not for the feint of heart. I have now replaced the roller and I am having trouble putting it back together again.

    I have replaced roller brushes on other vacuums and this doesn’t have to be this difficult people. I love my Shark but may reconsider buying another based on how difficult it is to replace this roller brush.

    Jkg Gardiner - Contestar

    My NV 752 had all Phillips screws - 15 of them total. One is hidden on the belt side almost under the brush--the only one positioned horizontally--and holds the gray side panel that covers the cap discussed in step 8.

    E A - Contestar

    My model number is UV770QCH but it's similar to NV 750 W. I too had a Phillips screw hidden on the belt side under the brush. There was a Phillips screw that ran horizontal to the brush roll cassette that was very difficult to find. As others noted, it was located in a different position from the one pictured in this demo. Also, it was covered in lint and very awkward to reach (glad to have small hands for once). Most other screws required a Torx 20. Four screws (including hidden under brush screw) needed a 2.0 50ml Phillips. Hopefully, my new brush roller lasts a while.

    Nancy McElroy - Contestar

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    • Lift up the top cover now that all of the screws have been removed.

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    • Pry tab out with a flat head screwdriver or any wedge-like tool.

    This step is a bit useless as there is a side cover that does not easily come off workout feeling like you're going to break it. I haven't gotten it off to clean my belt because of this. Any suggestions?

    Chimera - Contestar

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    • Gently press in on brush to detach.

    • Pull brush down and out.

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    • Slide the belt off of the gear.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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where did you get new belts? I bought a set from Amazon for a Shark NV752 and the belts are a bit to large.

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