Introduction

Many vacuum cleaners have a separate pet hair and power brush head. The roller brush of the head can easily break due to wear and tear. Use this guide to replace the internal roller brush in the power brush head of your Shark vacuum cleaner.

This Shark model brush head consists of 7 parts: a base frame, a gear, a roller brush, two side screws, a plastic round band, and a top frame of the head. Push the grey button on the back panel to open up the brush head.
  • This Shark model brush head consists of 7 parts: a base frame, a gear, a roller brush, two side screws, a plastic round band, and a top frame of the head.

  • Push the grey button on the back panel to open up the brush head.

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Take the purple gear out of the brush head body. Take the purple gear out of the brush head body.
  • Take the purple gear out of the brush head body.

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Pull out the roller brush from the brush head. Take out the black plastic band.
  • Pull out the roller brush from the brush head.

  • Take out the black plastic band.

  • The black band is an important component and will be needed for reassembly so keep it carefully.

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Pull out the side screws from the right and left side of the roller brush.
  • Pull out the side screws from the right and left side of the roller brush.

  • There are two screws, one on each side.

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Take the new roller brush and fit the two grey screws/fittings on either side of the roller brush  until they are secure. Take the new roller brush and fit the two grey screws/fittings on either side of the roller brush  until they are secure. Take the new roller brush and fit the two grey screws/fittings on either side of the roller brush  until they are secure.
  • Take the new roller brush and fit the two grey screws/fittings on either side of the roller brush until they are secure.

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Conclusion

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

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Cat hair will jam up in the small gap between the gear and the bushing on the turbine and will cause enough friction to stop the turbine. I used a needle to dig out the hair and it solved the problem.

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