Tools

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Parts

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Pop out the two small wheels located on the front end of the bottom of the roller brush compartment.
  • Pop out the two small wheels located on the front end of the bottom of the roller brush compartment.

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Remove the 10 Phillips screws located on the bottom of the roller brush compartment. (Two of these screws are located under the wheels from the previous step.) The screws have varying lengths, so keep track of where each one goes for reassembly.
  • Remove the 10 Phillips screws located on the bottom of the roller brush compartment. (Two of these screws are located under the wheels from the previous step.)

    • The screws have varying lengths, so keep track of where each one goes for reassembly.

Screws under the wheels? Seriously? Who does that? Is Shark trying to make their vacuum like the cars are today? Working on cars together with their Dad was something guys (or girls) used to do when I was growing up. It was about bonding and learning about how things worked and also kept the car running. Kids don't get to do that anymore. Sadly appliances are apparently going the same way. It's unfortunate.

itzjusme2 - Reply

Mine only had 8 screws. Shark Navigator NV22L 31.

Jaynee - Reply

All this just to take the roller brush off; -(

Victoria Henry - Reply

Y'all need an raiser way to take the roller brush off , this is REDICULIOUS.

Victoria Henry - Reply

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Remove the white plastic cover to expose the roller compartment underneath.
  • Remove the white plastic cover to expose the roller compartment underneath.

I removed all 10 screws, but the roller brush compartment still didn’t open. Mine is the Shark Navigator Lift Away, is it too different of a model?

Loreall Pooler - Reply

Once the vacuum top is opened, you can simply remove the motor as shown in the image.
  • Once the vacuum top is opened, you can simply remove the motor as shown in the image.

  • Make sure to untangle or unhook any wires that are connected to the motor.

  • Once this is done, you can replace the old motor with a new one.

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Conclusion

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

Molina Oung

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Hi Where could I get a replacement motor from for NV501 model shark rotator .Or have the same motor rebuilt...Any help would be appreciated thank you.....

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