Introduction

The hose of the Shark Rocket HV301 may need to be replaced if a hole has been worn into it. This can cause weak suction and for your vacuum to not operate properly. If this is the case, follow this guide to replace the hose on your HV301. This guide may also be used to disconnect your hose to remove a blockage.

Parts

No parts required.

Place the base of the vacuum face down so the roller brush is facing you. Locate the five screws and remove the screws using a Phillips #2 screwdriver. You may want to disconnect the base from the stick of the vacuum to make it easier to move around.
  • Place the base of the vacuum face down so the roller brush is facing you.

  • Locate the five screws and remove the screws using a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

  • You may want to disconnect the base from the stick of the vacuum to make it easier to move around.

Locate and remove the two small wheels below the roller brush by prying with a plastic prying tool. This may require some force.
  • Locate and remove the two small wheels below the roller brush by prying with a plastic prying tool.

  • This may require some force.

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Locate and twist the three plastic screws to the unlock position with a quarter or flathead screwdriver. Pull up on the plate covering the roller brush and remove it. Pull up on the plate covering the roller brush and remove it.
  • Locate and twist the three plastic screws to the unlock position with a quarter or flathead screwdriver.

  • Pull up on the plate covering the roller brush and remove it.

Turn the vacuum over so the roller brush is on the ground. Grab the vacuum on both sides of the hose and pull up to remove the top of the vacuum halfway. Grab the vacuum on both sides of the hose and pull up to remove the top of the vacuum halfway.
  • Turn the vacuum over so the roller brush is on the ground.

  • Grab the vacuum on both sides of the hose and pull up to remove the top of the vacuum halfway.

Gently pinch head of cable and pull upwards until upper casing disconnects from vacuum and proceed with removing upper casing. Return the vacuum to its original position with the roller brush facing you. Locate the screw to the right of the vacuum hose, close to the right wheel, and remove the screw with a Phillips #2 screwdriver.
  • Gently pinch head of cable and pull upwards until upper casing disconnects from vacuum and proceed with removing upper casing.

  • Return the vacuum to its original position with the roller brush facing you.

  • Locate the screw to the right of the vacuum hose, close to the right wheel, and remove the screw with a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

Pull on the dark gray end of the hose that attaches to the roller brush chamber to remove the hose from the base. This may require some force. Twist the hose out of the chamber that attaches the stick to the base.
  • Pull on the dark gray end of the hose that attaches to the roller brush chamber to remove the hose from the base.

  • This may require some force.

  • Twist the hose out of the chamber that attaches the stick to the base.

How do you get the rest of it out. There is NO way to just twist the hose out of the chamber. Please be detailed in explaining.

Nick Verciglio - Reply

Not simply twist but UNSCREW THE HOSE.

Nick Verciglio - Reply

Hey anyone figure this out. Which way do I twist the hose? My problem is the tear in my hose make it hard to grip it and twist. Can the swivel apparatus be removed. If I could get that off I'd just tape the hose. This is a pain in arse

mlinds10 - Reply

Rightie tighty, lefty loosie!

Suzannne Scheans -

It has glue on the end which keeps it secure. Pull it apart, it will come out as the wire sperates and then you can remove glue before replacing.

curt_melissa - Reply

Where can I order the hose? What's the part number?

Bryan - Reply

Conclusion

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

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Great instructions, now where do I get the replacement hose. I can't seem to find one anywhere, please tell be where to look

Kay Fisher - Reply

Rob the hose from the hard floor attachment, you probably do not use it as at low speed the brush head is awesome on hard floors.

Suzannne Scheans -

I found a hose that is a perfect fit. EVERBILT 6 ft Bilge and Pump Discharge Hose. 1-1/8 inch ID. Got it at Home Depot.

Nick Verciglio - Reply

How did you get the hose from Home Depot to work? I’d like to try it, and I was hoping you would give some advice.

Joey Griffin -

Oh, why do you recommend removing the screw to the right of the wheel? Seems unnecessary. And the beginning it is definitely not necessary to remove those little wheels. Strange you even mentioned them as completely unrelated

mlinds10 - Reply

Great news. I robbed new hose from the hard floor attachment that I never use ! Love this vacuum and the tutorial was very helpful.

Suzannne Scheans - Reply

I just took everything apart from main head and hard wood floor head to replace hose like u fucken said and the hose is a different size (to big) and won’t fit. thanks for nothing.

Jessica Brown - Reply

I can confirm after destroying my hard floor cleaner - the hoses are DIFFERENT SIZES!!!!

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