Introduction

This guide will inform users on how to replace the hose inside the Steam Head attachment for the Shark Steam Pocket Mop.

Parts

No parts required.

Start by removing this quarter inch Phillips head screw Next remove the two 1/8th inch Phillips head screws at the bottom of the connector piece. Next remove the nine 1/8th inch Phillips head screws along the base of the steam head connection.
  • Start by removing this quarter inch Phillips head screw

  • Next remove the two 1/8th inch Phillips head screws at the bottom of the connector piece.

  • Next remove the nine 1/8th inch Phillips head screws along the base of the steam head connection.

  • Next remove the two 1/8th inch Phillips head screws along the base of the steam head connector.

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Once all the screws are removed and the baseplate of the steam head connection has been placed aside, gently remove the connector from the bottom of the base. Gently remove the end caps of the hinge piece of the connector piece with your fingers. Gently remove the host connection from the back plate.
  • Once all the screws are removed and the baseplate of the steam head connection has been placed aside, gently remove the connector from the bottom of the base.

  • Gently remove the end caps of the hinge piece of the connector piece with your fingers.

  • Gently remove the host connection from the back plate.

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Use your tweezers to remove the metal ring holding the hose to the plastic end piece and replace the hose / bit as needed. Use your tweezers to remove the metal ring holding the hose to the plastic end piece and replace the hose / bit as needed.
  • Use your tweezers to remove the metal ring holding the hose to the plastic end piece and replace the hose / bit as needed.

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Conclusion

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

Jacob Howe

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Ok, but where do I get a replacement hose?

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