Shark NV100UKL Specifications

NV100UKL
Owner’s Guide
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This manual covers model:
NV100UKL 26
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage: 220-240V~, 50/60Hz
Watts: 700W
Amps: 5.83A
Not to be disposed
of with other
household waste.
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Contents
Thank you for
purchasing
the Shark®
Navigator™
Vacuum.
Important Safety Instructions2
Getting Started4
Assembly4
Using the Vacuum6
Emptying the Dust Cup Assembly7
Proper Care of Your Vacuum8
Troubleshooting9
Checking for Blockages10
Maintenance11
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
For Household Use Only
WHEN USING YOUR SHARK®
NAVIGATOR™ VACUUM, BASIC SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE
FOLLOWED, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
YOUR SHARK® NAVIGATOR™ VACUUM.
IMPORTANT:
This appliance can be used by children aged
from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical or mental capabilities or lack
of experience and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning
the use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards involved. Children shall
not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children
without supervision.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC
SHOCK OR INJURY:
GENERAL ELECTRICAL SAFETY:
1.Unplug from electrical outlet when not in use
and before cleaning, maintaining or servicing
the appliance.
2.
DO NOT use vacuum with a damaged cord or
plug. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by a qualified electrician in order to
avoid a hazard. Incorrect re-assembly or repair
can cause a risk of electrical shock or injury to
persons when the appliance is used.
3.
DO NOT pull or carry vacuum by the cord.
4.
DO NOT unplug by pulling on cord; to unplug,
grasp the plug, not the cord.
5.
DO NOT handle plug or vacuum cleaner with
wet hands.
6.
DO NOT run the vacuum over the power cord.
7.
DO NOT use the power cord as a handle.
8. DO NOT close a door on the cord.
9.
DO NOT pull cord around sharp edges or
corners. The use of an extension cord is not
receommended.
10.DO NOT leave appliance unattended when
plugged in.
11.Keep power cord away from heated surfaces.
12.Turn off all controls before plugging or
unplugging vacuum cleaner.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
electric shock or injury, do not use
outdoors or on wet surfaces.
GENERAL USE:
13.Use only as described in this manual.
14.DO NOT put any objects into openings.
15. Keep your work area well lit.
16.Keep the vacuum moving over the carpet
surface at all times to avoid damaging the
carpet fibers.
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17.
DO NOT place vacuum on unstable surfaces
such as chairs or tables.
18.DO NOT allow young children to operate the
vacuum or use as a toy.
19.Close attention is necessary when used by or
near children.
20.DO NOT use the vacuum cleaner if the
appliance is not working as it should, has a
damaged plug or cord, if the unit has been
dropped, damaged, left outdoors or submerged
in water.
GENERAL CLEANING:
21.DO NOT run the vacuum over large-sized
objects.
22.DO NOT pick up hard or sharp objects such as
glass, nails, screws or coins that could damage
the vacuum cleaner.
23.DO NOT pick up smoking or burning objects
such as hot coals, cigarette butts or matches.
24.DO NOT pick up flammable or combustible
materials such as lighter fluid, gasoline,
kerosene or use in areas where they may be
present.
25.DO NOT pick up toxic solutions such as
chlorine bleach, ammonia or drain cleaner.
26.DO NOT use in an enclosed space where
vapors are present from paint, paint thinner,
moth-proofing substances, flammable dust or
other explosive or toxic materials.
31. Before turning on the vacuum:
• M
ake sure that dust cup, and all filters are in
place after routine maintenance.
• Make sure that all components and filters are
thoroughly dry after routine cleaning.
• O
nly use filters and accessories provided by
the manufacturer. [Failure to do so will void
the warranty.]
• Make sure accessories are free of blackages.
HOSE ATTACHMENTS:
32.DO NOT put any object into openings. Do not
use with any opening blocked. Keep free of lint,
hair and anything that may reduce airflow.
33.DO NOT use if air flow is restricted; if the air
paths, the hose or the extension tube become
blocked, turn the vacuum cleaner off. Remove
all obstructions before you turn on the unit
again.
34.Keep the end of the hose, wand and other
openings away from face, body and loose
clothing.
35.Keep rotating brush and suction openings away
from hair, face, fingers, uncovered feet or loose
clothing.
36.Only use manufacturer’s recommended
attachments.
27.DO NOT vacuum up any liquids.
28.DO NOT immerse vacuum cleaner in water or
other liquids.
29.DO NOT use outdoors or on wet surfaces; use
only on dry surfaces.
30.Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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Assembly
Getting Started
E
A
D
Fig. 1
Hose Connector
G
B
C
F
H
I
J
FIRST THING’S FIRST, YOU
NEED TO KNOW WHAT’S IN THE
BOX YOU JUST OPENED:
YOUR SHARK® NAVIGATOR™
IS EASY TO ASSEMBLE:
AHandle
E Hose Connector
B Extension Wand
F Vacuum Body
C Stretch Hose
G Accessory Holder
D Dust Cup
H Power Nozzle
I Multi-Tool
J Pet/Upholstery Tool
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Fig. 2
1Place your vacuum body upright
on a level surface.
2Insert the hose connector into
the opening on the back of the
vacuum body. (Fig. 1)
NOTE: Once the hose connector
has been inserted, it cannot be
removed.
3Insert the handle with the
extension wand into the top of
the vacuum until secure.
(Fig. 2)
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b
Fig. 3
a
Fig. 6
Fig. 5
Fig. 4
4Insert the stretch hose into the
hose connector on the back of
the unit. Make sure that it snaps
in place. (Fig. 3)
6When storing your vacuum,
wind the power cord around
the two cord holders and secure
with cord clip. (Fig. 6)
8 TO CARRY THE VACUUM:
5Store your on-board tools onto
the accessory holder located
on the back of the unit. (Fig. 4)
NOTE: The accessory holder is
removable. In order to remove
or attach the accessory holder,
you must remove the dust cup
first. To remove the accessory
holder, just hold the tab (a),
rotate left and pull out. To
replace, align the pins into
the hinges (b) on the vacuum.
Rotate it fully to secure. (Fig. 5)
7There is a Quick Cord Release
on the top cord holder. Simply
turn to the left or right to
release the power cord. To store
the unit, the cord holder should
be in the upright position.
CAUTION: When lifting or
carrying, DO NOT press the Dust
Cup release button ( ).
With the unit in the standing
position, lift by the Dust Cup
Handle (carry handle).
IMPORTANT: For suction to
reach the power nozzle, the
extension wand and stretch
hose must be attached securely
on the vacuum body.
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Using the Vacuum
Always hold the vacuum when using
the hose to clean so that it does not
tip over.
The height of your power nozzle has been
optimized for easy pushing and superior
cleaning on all floor types. There is no need
to make any height adjustments as you
transition to different floor & carpet types.
DO NOT pull vacuum cleaner around by
the hose.
DO NOT over-extend the hose.
Fig. 11
Fig. 7
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
Indicator Light
Fig. 8
Your Shark® Navigator™ can be
used to clean all surface types.
1Plug in the vacuum.
2Push the “Power” button.
(Fig. 7)
3Place your foot on the power
nozzle and pull the handle back
towards you. (Fig. 8)
NOTE: This vacuum has a
separate “Brushroll” button on
the top of the vacuum. (Fig. 9)
4 CLEAN CARPETS:
Engage the brushroll by pushing
the “Brushroll” button to the
“ON” position. The brushroll
light will turn green. (Fig. 9)
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Fig. 12
IMPORTANT: To protect your
carpets, the brushroll will only
turn on when you have pulled
the handle back towards you
and released the power nozzle.
IMPORTANT: The brushroll
indicator light on the power
nozzle will illuminate solid red if
there is a blockage. (Fig. 10) This
feature is designed to protect
your Lifetime Belt that powers
your brushroll. See Checking
for Blockages on page 10.
5
CLEAN BARE FLOORS:
For cleaning bare floors or to
clean with the hose, push the
“Brushroll” button to the “OFF”
position for suction only. The
brushroll light will turn off. The
brushroll will not spin in this
mode.
6
CLEAN ABOVE-FLOORS WITH
HOSE:
You can attach the accessories onto
the handle or onto the extension
wand for a longer reach.
aStand the vacuum into upright
position.
bTo remove the handle only, press
the handle release button.
(Fig. 11)
cTo remove the handle with
the extension wand, press the
extension wand release button
on the back of the vacuum.
(Fig. 12)
dPush the selected tool into the
end of the handle or handle with
extension wand for longer reach
and begin cleaning.
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Emptying the Dust Cup Assembly
For best results empty the Dust Cup Assembly after
each use; or as needed during prolonged usage. or
when it reaches the MAX fill line.
DO NOT OVERFILL.
Turn vacuum off before emptying.
Dust cup
Release
Button
Fig. 16
Fig. 14
Fig. 17
Fig. 13
Fig. 15
TO EMPTY THE DUST CUP
ASSEMBLY:
1Press the Dust Cup release
button ( )and remove the dust
cup from the vacuum. (Fig. 13)
2Grip carry handle and press the
bottom Dust Cup Door release
button. (Fig. 14)
3
Option A: for Quick Empty:
Insert Dust Cup Assembly deep
inside trash receptacle to contain
dust and debris. (Fig. 15)
Press the bottom Dust Cup Door
release button; tap container
gently to dislodge and release
dust and debris.
Close the bottom door until it
snaps in place.
Important: If the Dust Cup
Door does not swing open freely
after pressing the release button,
push the door open using the
bottom door tabs.
Fig. 18
4
Option B: For Allergy Sufferers:
Wrap a trash bag around the
Dust Cup Assembly leaving
space at the bottom for the door
to swing open. (Fig. 16)
Locate the Dust Cup Door
release button within the trash
bag and press to release as you
shake the dust cup to empty
dust and debris.
Note: It may become necessary
to occasionally clean the metal
screen inside the dust cup. To
clean, press the top dust cup
release button (Fig. 17), pull out
the metal screen and remove
any excess dirt. Then replace the
metal screeen inside the dust
cup and close the top lid.
(Fig. 18)
Close the bottom door until it
snaps in place.
Note: Option B can also be
performed outside of the home
to further minimize releasing
dust back into the air. Carry just
the Dust Cup Assembly and trash
bag outside.
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Proper Care of Your Shark® Upright Vacuum
COMPONENT
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
1 Dust Cup
Empty each time you vacuum.
2 Pre-Motor Foam Filter
Rinse and air dry every 3 months under normal use.
3 Pre-Motor Felt Filter
Rinse and air dry every 3 months under normal use.
4 Post-Motor Filter
Clean once every 12 months under normal use.
DO NOT put the filters in the washing machine or dishwasher.
NOTE: The material in the filter will discolor over time. This is
NORMAL and will not affect the performance of the filter.
IMPORTANT: Loss of Suction may occur if foam filters
are not cleaned every 3 months. Rinse and allow to air dry
completely.
Foam filters may appear dirty after use - this is normal.
CAUTION: Unplug
the vacuum while
cleaning filters; failure
to do so might result
in electric shock.
Pre-Motor
Foam Filter
Felt Filter
Fig. 20
Fig. 19
CLEANING THE PRE-MOTOR
FILTERS
CLEANING THE POST-MOTOR
FILTER
1 Remove the dust cup.
1
Remove the filter cover from
the front of the vacuum by
pulling up on the tab and
pulling the cover away from the
vacuum. (Fig. 20)
2
Pull the 2 filters out from the
top of the motor base.
(Fig. 19)
3
Rinse the filters thoroughly in
lukewarm water until the water
runs clear.
4
Squeeze out excess water and
let air-dry for at least 24 hours
before replacing. Do not use
a hair dryer or other heating
methods to dry.
2 Remove the filter from the
frame and wash the filter under
the tap using lukewarm water.
3 A
llow the filter to air dry for 24
hours. Do not use a hair dryer
or other heating methods to
dry.
4
Once the filter is dry, replace it
back into the vacuum.
5 R eplace the cover by inserting
the two tabs into the holes at
the top and and then swinging
the cover down until it clicks
into place.
NOTE: Filters may appear dirty
but frequent cleaning of these is
not necessary. See maintenance
schedule above.
5
Place the felt filter in first, then
the foam filter.
6 Replace the dust cup.
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Troubleshooting
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of electric shock, the power cord must be disconnected before
performing maintenance/troubleshooting checks.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE REASONS & SOLUTIONS
Vacuum will not run.
Check to see if the vacuum is plugged in properly.
Check the circuit breaker/fuse.
Check the On/Off button.
Vacuum is not
picking up dirt.
Airflow is restricted. No
suction or light suction.
Check filters to see if they need cleaning. Follow instructions for rinsing
and drying the filters before re-inserting back into the vacuum. (See
“Maintenance” sections for instructions.)
Dust cup may be full; empty dust cup.
Check hose and hose connections for blockages; clear blockages if required.
If dust cup is empty, and attachment inlets are clear, check for other
blockages. (See “Checking for Blockages” for instructions.)
Bush roll does not turn
on.
Press the “Brushroll” button to the “ON” position. The brushroll light near
this button will illuminate green when “ON”.
Place your foot on the floor brush and pull the handle back to engage the
brushroll.
If the red light on the power nozzle is illuminated, see the section on
Checking for Blockages.
Vacuum turns off on its
own.
This vacuum cleaner is equipped with a motor protective thermostat. If for
some reason your vacuum overheats, the thermostat will automatically turn
the unit off. Should this occur, perform the following steps to restart the
motor thermostat:
1. Press the “Power” button to the (Off) position.
2. Unplug the vacuum.
3. Empty the dust cup and clean filters. (See “Maintenance” sections for
instructions.)
4. Check for blockages in hose, accessories and inlet openings.
(See “Checking for Blockages” for instructions.)
5. Allow the unit to cool for a minimum of 45 minutes.
6. Plug in the vacuum.
7. Press the “Power” button to the (On) position to restart the vacuum.
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Checking for Blockages
Blockages may cause your vacuum
to overheat and shut down. If
this occurs, clear the blockages,
then follow the instructions for
Resetting the Motor Thermostat
on page 11.
IMPORTANT: Never insert sharp
objects into any opening to clear
an obstruction. Damages caused
while clearing or attempting to
clear blockages are not covered
under your product’s limited
warranty.
Unplug the vacuum
before checking for
blockages.
Fig. 21
Reassemble all parts
securely before
operating vacuum.
Fig. 23
Fig. 22
3
1 DUST CUP AIR DUCT:
3
HOSE:
Stand vacuum upright.
Disconnect the Stretch Hose by
gently pressing the tabs together
and pulling away from the hose
connector.
Remove Dust Cup Assembly and
empty Dust Cup if necessary.
1
Check Air Duct behind Dust Cup
for clogs; clear before replacing
Dust Cup Assembly. (Fig. 21)
2
HOSE INTAKE OPENING:
Hold the top of the hose access
door and pull firmly to remove.
Slide the knob to the center and
pull out the hose. (Fig. 22)
2
Remove hose from both the unit
and handle ends. (Fig. 23)
Inspect the length of the hose
and remove any obstuctions.
Remove any obstructions and
push the hose back in.
Slide the knob to the left and
snap the hose access door shut.
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Maintenance
Notes
Resetting the Motor Thermostat
Your Shark® Navigator™ is
equipped with a protective Motor
Thermostat. If the motor should
overheat, the thermostat shuts off
the power.
TO RESET THE MOTOR
THERMOSTAT:
Press the Power Button ( )to turn
the unit “Off”.
Unplug the vacuum.
Check for clogged hose or filter;
unclog hose and replace filter.
Refer to Checking for Blockages
on page 10.
Wait 45 minutes for vacuum to cool;
then plug in the vacuum.
Press the Power Switch ( ) to start
the vacuum..
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Shark Customer Services
PO Box 298
Mirfield
WF14 9BA
Freephone 0800 862 0453
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Technical Details
Model number: NV100UKL 26
Input: 700 Watts
Main unit voltage: 220-240 V., 50/60Hz
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