Introduction

If there is a loss of suction, an easy first check is the suction hose. Remove the suction hose and examine it for rips and breaks, replacing it if needed.

Parts

No parts required.

Remove the bottom part of the hose from the vacuum by pressing on the tabs on each side of the nozzle. Remove the bottom part of the hose from the vacuum by pressing on the tabs on each side of the nozzle.
  • Remove the bottom part of the hose from the vacuum by pressing on the tabs on each side of the nozzle.

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Remove the handle from the top of the vacuum with the suction hose attached.
  • Remove the handle from the top of the vacuum with the suction hose attached.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Remove the six 12 mm screws using the Phillips #2 screwdriver holding together the handle of the vacuum.
  • Remove the six 12 mm screws using the Phillips #2 screwdriver holding together the handle of the vacuum.

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Remove the cover of the handle. Remove the suction hose from the handle. Remove the suction hose from the handle.
  • Remove the cover of the handle.

  • Remove the suction hose from the handle.

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Conclusion

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

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this is not even accurate!!! the cover does not come apart easily as pictured. it's a nightmare that's what it is. the part where the actual handle is at that's not the problem, the real problem is right above the suction ring. it won't budge. i've been trying for two days.

Dulce Elote - Reply

She's right, the handle halves aren't two-piece on the professional models, they're a single piece and the suction ring holds them together. Some dipsh*t on Youtube is all, "Oh, just use a butter knife to separate the pieces", but I snapped a knife in half without separating them. Pretty sure it has to be at a certain point, or is a one-way snap assembly.

I'd do more research, but I wound out just hammering the clog (a friggin' toy, of course) out the way it came in.

cevmarauder -

The suction ring on the NV501 must be pried off toward the open end of the tube. A wide flat blade screw driver between the handle and the suction ring works best. The suction ring doesn't need to be rotated any specific direction for removal. It will take some force to snap back onto the handle during assembly. Rotational orientation is important during assembly, so the suction ring can function as designed.

The hose wire is also soldered to a ground plate in the handle, and a ground lead that contacts the aluminum suction tube . You can see the wires in the 2nd picture of step 4. I assume this is required to eliminate static electric charges that could ignite a dust fire when shorted.

Donn Strutton -

Does anyone know of any helpful material on the “SHARK ROTATOR NV750W SERIES”? I had a blockage in the bend of my handle and while attempting to free it i damaged my contacts. Anyways; because I did this damage myself I did not abuse the warranty and just ordered a replacement handle and hose for $84.00 CAD. They sent it fed ex right to my door which is nice because I live in a rural area. However, I connected the new one just as you would and to my disappointment; when I pressed the power button on...NO POWER, no power on any of the three settings and yes I have plugged it into a functioning wall outlet.

Nicole Peet - Reply

Dulce Elote above is 100% right.

I took their photo above to heart and used a hacksaw to cut around the top piece so it looks just like the photo.

Hose replacement becomes easier.

Caution so be sure to solder the hose to the copper wire you see when you take it apart

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Nick vrionis - Reply

That was absolutely worthless as the handle does NOT come apart as show! Duct tape to the rescue…not replacing the hose, just patching for now. ☹️

Frustrated Shark Owner - Reply

I thought I would never get that ring off but I finally did. I started with a chisel and just pushed it in to leave just enough crack to put in the number zero flat head screwdriver. I twisted the number zero flat head screwdriver to widen the crack just enough to get a number 2 flat head screwdriver. Then when I twisted the number 2 flathead screwdriver the ring poped right off

Daniel Paulsen - Reply

This is not working at all. I bought a new hose to replace old one. Not fitting. Two plastic parts are not two separate pieces. They do not come apart.

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