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Introducción

When the Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away is difficult to maneuver or fails to pick up dirt, inspect the roller brush for clogs or damage. Excessive obstructions will cause the vacuum to not operate as intended.

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  1. Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away Roller Brush Replacement, Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away Head Nozzle Disassembly: paso 1, imagen 1 de 2 Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away Roller Brush 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.

    • Locate and 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)

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

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    • Remove white cap with a Flathead screwdriver or any other wedge-like tool.

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    • Gently push piece in.

    • Pull piece down and out of the container.

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    • Turn vacuum head over to remove brush.

Conclusión

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

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Where do you get the rotator brush? All I can find are the two for the Navigator.

Dave - Contestar

Same. Need a new brush bar.

Michael Brennan - Contestar

I appreciate the info you had posted. It was easy to follow and helped me to save money on buying a new vacuum!

Ah Sum Taeza - Contestar

I have the same question. Where can I find the brushbar to the Shark Rotator Professional lift-away mv650?

i’m getting a little frustrated because my carpet’s pile is not getting lifted and cleaned.

Venette

7 August 2019

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