Shark Navigator NV22UKL Specifications

Owner’s Guide
NV22UKL
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Contents
This appliance complies with the WEEE-Directive 2002/96/EC on the disposal of electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE).
This appliance complies with the European directives for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) 2004/108/EC
and its revisions, as well as Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC and its revisions.
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household wastes
throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from
uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material
sources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection systems or contact the
retailer where this product was purchased. They can take this product for environmental safe
recycling.
Thank you for
purchasing
the Shark®
Navigator
Upright Vacuum.
Important Safety Instructions
2
Getting Started
4
Using the Vacuum
6
Cleaning with the Vacuum Accessories
7
Emptying the Dust Cup Assembly
8
Proper Care of Your Vacuum
9
Troubleshooting
10
Checking for Blockages
11
Maintenance
12
This manual covers model:
NV22UKL 26
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage: 220/240 V., 50Hz
Not to be disposed
of with other
household waste.
Watts: 1200W
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
For Household Use Only
WHEN USING YOUR SHARK® NAVIGATOR
UPRIGHT VACUUM, BASIC SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE
FOLLOWED, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
YOUR SHARK® NAVIGATOR UPRIGHT
VACUUM.
IMPORTANT:
This appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction
concerning the use of the appliance by
a person responsible for their safety.
GENERAL ELECTRICAL SAFETY:
GENERAL USE:
GENERAL CLEANING:
1. U
nplug from electrical outlet when not in use
and before servicing.
16. Use only as described in this manual.
26.DO NOT run the vacuum over large-sized
objects.
2. D
O NOT use vacuum with a damaged cord or
plug.
3. DO NOT pull or carry vacuum by the cord.
4. D
O NOT unplug by pulling on cord; to unplug,
grasp the plug, not the cord.
5. D
O NOT handle plug or vacuum cleaner with
wet hands.
6. DO NOT run the vacuum over the power cord.
7. DO NOT close a door on the cord.
8. DO NOT pull cord around sharp corners.
9. DO NOT leave appliance when plugged in.
10. Keep power cord away from heated surfaces.
11. Turn off all controls before plugging or
unplugging vacuum cleaner.
HOSE ATTACHMENTS:
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK OR INJURY DO NOT USE
OUTDOORS OR ON WET SURFACES.
12. 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.
13. Keep the end of the hose, wands and other
openings away from face and body.
14. Keep rotating brush and suction openings away
from hair, face, fingers, uncovered feet or loose
clothing.
15. Only use manufacturer’s recommended
attachments.
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17. Children should be surpervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
18.DO NOT put any objects into openings.
19. Keep your work area well lit.
20.Keep the vacuum moving over the carpet
surface at all times to avoid damaging the
carpet fibers.
27. DO NOT pick up hard or sharp objects such as
glass, nails, screws or coins that could damage
the vacuum cleaner.
28.DO NOT pick up smoking or burning objects
such as hot coals, cigarette butts or matches.
21. DO NOT place vacuum on unstable surfaces
such as chairs or tables.
29.DO NOT pick up flammable or combustible
materials such as lighter fluid, gasoline,
kerosene or use in areas where they may be
present.
22.DO NOT allow young children to operate the
vacuum or use as a toy.
30.DO NOT pick up toxic solutions such as
chlorine bleach, ammonia or drain cleaner.
23.DO NOT use vacuum cleaner if it has been
dropped, damaged, left outdoors or submerged
in water.
31. 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.
24. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by a qualified person in order to avoid
a hazard.
CYCLONIC CHAMBER/DUST CUP/FILTERS:
25.Before turning on the vacuum:
• M
ake sure that dust cup, cyclonic chamber
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].
32. DO NOT vacuum up any liquids.
33.DO NOT immerse vacuum cleaner in water or
other liquids.
34.DO NOT use outdoors or on wet surfaces; use
only on dry surfaces.
35. Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
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Getting Started
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8
9
c
5
d
3
7
b
2
Along with your upright unit, you
will find the following components:
a Handle Assembly
b Cleaning Attachments
c Extra Filters
d Super Stretch Hose
e Floor Power Nozzle
f Vacuum Body
g Cleaning Wand
h Pet Hair Power Brush
i 24” Crevice Tool
j Accessory Bag (not shown)
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Your Shark® Navigator Upright
is easy to assemble:
1 L ay your vacuum body on a
level surface.
2 S lide the electrical connection
from the power nozzle into the
main body to click into place.
3 C
onnect the hose from the main
body to the power nozzle; push
with a slight turning motion to
create a snug fit.
9 W
hen storing your vacuum,
wind cord around the two cord
holders and secure with cord
clip:
10To carry the vacuum:
ith the unit in the standing
W
position, lift by the Dust Cup
Assembly Handle (carry handle).
• Quick Cord release at the
top of the unit – place in the
upright position.
d) Press securely onto cleaning
wand
AUTION: When lifting or
C
carrying, DO NOT press Dust
Cup Assembly release button.
I MPORTANT:
To prevent vacuum from
tipping, secure hose under the
anti-tip hose hook.
• Second holder near the
base – turn until it is pointing
down.
T o release the cord, turn the Quick
Cord release to the left or right.
I MPORTANT:
For suction to reach the Floor
Power Nozzle, the Cleaning
Wand and Super Stretch Hose
must be attached securely on
the vacuum body.
4 S lide the handle assembly
into the upright unit aligning
the hose hook on the handle
assembly with the power cord
hooks on the back of the unit.
8 Attach the Super Stretch Hose:
a) Snap hose into swivel
connector
b) Route under anti-tip hook
5 S ecure the handle assembly in
place with included nut/bolt
(shipped attached to handle
assembly).
c) Route over upper hose
holder
6 P lace the vacuum in the upright
position.
7 S tore the Crevice Tool, Dusting
Brush and Cleaning Wand on
the unit.
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Cleaning with the Vacuum Accessories
Using the Vacuum
Bare Floors / Tools
1
OFF
4
1
Carpets
4
5
6
3
2
Indicator Light
Your Shark® Navigator Upright
Vacuum is a versatile tool that
can be used to clean bare floor
surfaces or carpets – with the click
of a switch.
Stand the vacuum into the upright
position.
Plug in the vacuum.
1 S tart with the Power Switch in
the “O Off” position.
2 P lace your foot on the Floor
Power Nozzle and pull handle
towards you.
3 S et the Power Switch to desired
cleaning setting.
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4 When cleaning bare floors:
S elect the “I On” position for
suction only cleaning to avoid
scattering dirt while cleaning.
When cleaning carpets:
E nsure you have pulled the
handle towards you and select
the “II Brush Roll On” position
to agitate the carpet fibers for
deeper cleaning performance.
I MPORTANT:
To protect your carpets, the
Brush Roll will only turn on when
you have pulled the handle back
towards you and released the
Floor Power Nozzle.
IMPORTANT:
Your Brush Roll Indicator Light
will illuminate solid green when
brush roll is on, or solid red if
there is a blockage. This feature
is designed to protect your
Lifetime Belt that powers your
Brush Roll. See Checking for
Blockages on page 11.
OTE: The height of your power
N
nozzle has been optimized for
easy pushing and superior cleaning on all floor types, so there
is no need to make any height
adjustments as you transition to
different floor & carpet types.
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5
6
3
Before cleaning with your accessories:
Stand vacuum into upright position.
Secure Super
Stretch Hose in
the anti-tip hose
hook to prevent
tipping.
Select the “I On” position for suction only cleaning.
O NOT pull vacuum cleaner
D
around by the hose.
DO NOT overextend the hose.
Vacuum Accessories
2 Using the Cleaning Wand:
Your vacuum comes with a Super
Stretch Hose and Cleaning Wand.
Use one or the other to attach your
cleaning accessories.
S tand the vacuum into upright
position.
R emove the Cleaning Wand
(with hose attached) from the
unit.
P ush the selected tool into the
end of the Cleaning Wand.
1 Using the Super Stretch Hose:
S tand the vacuum into upright position.
R emove the hose from the
Cleaning Wand.
3 Pet Hair Power Brush
P ush the selected tool into the
hose connector.
5 Crevice Tool
4 Dusting Brush
6 24” Crevice Tool
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Proper Care of Your Shark® Upright Vacuum
Emptying the Dust Cup Assembly
CAUTION:
Unplug the vacuum;
failure to do so might
result in electric
shock.
For best results empty the Dust Cup
Assembly after each use; empty several times during prolonged usage.
Or empty the Dust Cup Assembly
when it reaches the MAX fill line;
NEVER OVER-FILL THE DUST
CUP.
For proper care, consult the table
to the right for the maintenance
schedule of your Cyclonic Chamber
and Filters.
Lock vacuum into upright position.
Turn vacuum off.
Remove Dust Cup Assembly.
Stand vacuum into upright position.
Turn vacuum off.
1
2
3
CAUTION:
Unplug the vacuum;
failure to do so might
result in electric
shock.
1
To empty the Dust Cup Assembly:
1 G
rip carry handle and press
the Dust Cup release button to
remove Dust Cup Assembly
2 O
ption A: for Quick Empty:
Insert Dust Cup Assembly deep
inside trash receptacle to contain
dust and debris.
P ress the Dust Cup Door release
button; tap container gently to
dislodge and release dust and
debris.
Snap door in place.
Important: If the Dust Cup
Door does not swing open after
pressing the release button,
push the door open using the
bottom door tabs.
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3 O
ption B: For Allergy Sufferers:
Wrap a trash bag around the
Dust Cup Assembly leaving
space at the bottom for the door
to swing open.
L ocate 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.
Snap the bottom door in place.
ote: Option B can also be
N
performed outside of the home
to further minimize releasing
dust back into the air. Carry just
the Dust Cup Assembly and trash
bag outside.
ote: Some dust and debris
N
may remain in the top of your
dust cup assembly on or near
the metal screen. It is not necessary to completely remove
this material before continuing
to vacuum; Shark® advanced
cyclonic action will sweep the
metal screen clean once you
begin to refill your dust cup.
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1 Cleaning the Cyclonic Chamber:
Option A: Quick Empty
Press the Cyclonic Chamber release button at the top of the Dust Cup
Assembly and lift open the Dust Cup lid.
Remove the Cyclonic Chamber from the Dust Cup Assembly.
Insert the Cyclonic Chamber deep inside trash receptacle to contain dust.
Press the Cyclonic Chamber Release Button to open and remove the
bottom door.
Tap clean the open Cyclonic Chamber to release dust and then attach
and close bottom door.
Important: Be careful not to damage the metal screen on the bottom
of the Cyclonic Chamber when emptying. Tearing or changing the shape
of this screen may disrupt the advanced cyclonic action and decrease the
performance of your Dust Cup – requiring more frequent emptying of the
Cyclonic Chamber.
Return Cyclonic Chamber to Dust Cup Assembly and close Dust Cup lid.
DO NOT operate your vacuum without the Cyclonic Chamber in place.
Doing so would require more frequent washing of the foam filers, and
could decrease the life of your vacuum.
Option B: Allergy Sufferers
Carry the Dust Cup Assembly and a trash bag outside of your home.
Follow the instructions above for Option A, but instead of inserting
Cyclonic Chamber into a trash receptacle wrap the trash bag around the
Cyclonic Chamber.
2 Washing the Foam and Felt Filters:
Remove the Foam and the Felt Filters from the Filter Holder.
Rinse in lukewarm water until the water runs clear.
Squeeze filters and let air dry for 24 hours before replacing; do not use hair dryer or other heating methods to dry. Insert the included
replacement filters while others are drying.
DO NOT operate the vacuum without ALL the filters in place.
DO NOT operate the vacuum with WET filters.
Note: Your 2 white foams and other filters will discolor over time; this is
normal and will not affect the performance of the filters.
Note: It is NOT recommended to rinse the woven exhaust filter located
on the front of the unit. This filter will continue to last the lifetime of your
vacuum.
To order additional parts and accessories, call 0800 862 0453.
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Checking for Blockages
Troubleshooting
WARNING:
to reduce the risk of electric shock, the power cord must be
disconnected before performing maintenance/troubleshooting
checks.
Blockages may cause your vacuum
to overheat and shut down. If so,
clear the blockages, then follow the
instructions for Resetting the
Motor Thermostat on page 12.
ARNING: Never insert sharp
W
objects into any opening to clear
an obstruction.
I MPORTANT: Damages caused
while clearing or attempting to
clear blockages are not covered
under your product’s limited
warranty.
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1
3
Unplug the vacuum
before checking for
blockages.
Reassemble all parts
securely before
operating vacuum.
1 Dust Cup Air Duct:
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2
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S tand vacuum into upright position.
Lay vacuum flat.
R emove Dust Cup Assembly and
empty Dust Cup if necessary.
R emove Nozzle Hose and check
for clogs.
isconnect the Super Stretch
D
Hose.
P ush the Hose Connector back
onto the Floor Power Nozzle.
heck Air Duct behind Dust Cup
C
for clogs; clear before replacing
Dust Cup Assembly.
4 Hose:
1
2 I ntake Opening behind the
Brush Roll:
4
3
3 F loor Power Nozzle Hose
Connector:
L ay the vacuum flat to expose
Brush Roll.
heck opening behind the Brush
C
Roll for clogs.
Clear the opening.
lear the Brush Roll; use scissors
C
to carefully cut away threads,
hair or other debris that might
be trapped in the bristles.
Stand vacuum upright.
R emove hose from both the unit
and Cleaning Wand ends.
Inspect both ends and the length
of the hose for clogs.
Return the hose to the unit.
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Notes
Maintenance
Resetting the Motor Thermostat
Your Shark® Upright Vacuum is
equipped with a protective Motor
Thermostat. If the motor should
overheat, the thermostat shuts off
the power.
A
To reset the Motor Thermostat:
Move the Power Button to the “O – Off” position.
Unplug the vacuum.
Check for clogged hose or filter; unclog hose and replace filter. Refer to Checking for Blockages
on page 11.
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Wait 45 minutes for vacuum to cool;
then plug in the vacuum.
Turn the Power Switch to the “I – On” position to start the
vacuum.
Note: if vacuum still does not start,
call 0800 862 0453.
1 C
leaning the Pet Hair Power
Brush Slide locking latch (A) forward.
ently tilt brush housing upward
G
to open.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT force; it
will not open all the way.
R emove debris from turbine
wheel and air passage.
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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:
NV22UKL 26
Input: 1200 Watts
Main unit voltage: 220-240V., 50 Hz.
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