NV750ANZ - Shark Vacuum Cleaners Australia

OWNER’S GUIDE
NV750ANZ
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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
Thank you for purchasing the Shark® Rotator™ Professional Powered Lift Away™
Upright Vacuum.
This Owner’s Guide is designed to help you get a complete understanding of your
new vacuum cleaner. Please read it carefully and keep it for future reference.
THANK YOU!
REGISTER YOUR PURCHASE:
AUST: 1800 890 840
NZ: 0800 002 999
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
For a list of what is included with this model, refer to inside flap of box.
If you should have a question about your Shark Rotator , please call
AUST: 1800 890 840 or NZ: 0800 002 999.
When using an electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be
observed, including the following:
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Voltage:
Main Body Motor Watts: Power Nozzle Watts: Motorized Brush Watts: This appliance is not intended for use by persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
Children shall not use or play with this appliance. Close supervision is necessary to keep
appliance out of reach of children during use.
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WARNING
220-240V~, 50/60Hz
1100W
80W
30W
RECOMMENDED FILTER CLEANING SCHEDULE:
See the MAINTENANCE section for filter cleaning instructions
Foam filter:
Felt Filter:
HEPA Filter:
XFF650 XFF650 XHF650 Every 3 months
Every 3 months
Every 12 months
CAUTION
THE POWER NOZZLE, WAND, HOSE, MOTORIZED BRUSH AND HANDLE CONTAIN
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS:
• These are not seviceable parts.
• Do not use to vacuum any liquids.
• Do not immerse in water when cleaning.
• Prior to use, inspect hose for damage. Discontinue using if dammaged.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY:
1 DO NOT use outdoors or on wet surfaces.
2Unplug from electrical outlet when not in use and before cleaning or servicing.
3 DO NOT use with damaged cord or plug. Contact Customer Service or Service Center for
the repair or replacement of the line cord.
4 DO NOT use if the appliance is not working, has been dropped, dropped into water,
damaged or left outdoors.
5 NO SERVICEABLE PARTS. Incorrect re-assembly or repair can cause a risk of electrical
shock or injury to persons when the appliance is used. Contact Customer care.
6The hose contains electrical wires. Do not use when damaged, cut or punctured.
7DO NOT pull or carry vacuum cleaner by the cord or use the cord as a handle.
8 DO NOT unplug by pulling on cord; to unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
9 DO NOT handle plug or vacuum cleaner with wet hands.
10DO NOT run the vacuum cleaner over the power cord, close a door on the cord or pull cord
around sharp corners.
11 The use of an extension cord is not recommended.
12 DO NOT leave vacuum cleaner unattended when plugged in.
13 Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
14 Turn off all controls before plugging or unplugging the vacuum cleaner.
15Always turn off the vacuum cleaner before connecting or disconnecting power nozzle.
16Store your vacuum cleaner with the power cord secured around the two cord holders.
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GENERAL USE
17 Use only as described in this manual.
18DO NOT put any objects into openings. DO NOT use with any opening blocked; keep free
of dust, lint, hair, and anything that may reduce air flow.
19 Keep your work area well lit.
20Keep the vacuum cleaner moving over the carpet surface at all times to avoid damaging
the carpet fibers.
21DO NOT place vacuum cleaner on unstable surfaces such as chairs or tables.
22 DO NOT use without dust cup and/or filters in place.
23 DO NOT step on, run over, or bend hose. The hose is powered by electrical wires that may
be damaged as a result.
HOSE ATTACHMENTS
24DO NOT use if air flow is restricted; if the air paths, the hose, or the
accessories become blocked, turn the vacuum cleaner off. Remove all obstructions before
you turn on the unit again.
25Keep the end of the hose and accessory openings away from face and body.
26Keep cleaning tools and hose suction openings away from hair, face, fingers, uncovered
feet, or loose clothing.
27Only use manufacturer’s recommended attachments.
DUST CUP/FILTERS/ACCESSORIES
Before turning on the vacuum:
28Make sure that all filters are thoroughly dry after routine cleaning.
29Make sure that dust cup and all filters are in place after routine
maintenance.
30Make sure accessories are free of blockages.
31Use only manufacturer’s recommended accessories and replacement parts.
GENERAL CLEANING
32DO NOT pick up large-sized objects.
33DO NOT pick up hard or sharp objects such as glass, nails, screws or coins that could
damage the vacuum cleaner.
34DO NOT pick up smoking or burning objects such as hot coals, cigarette butts, or matches.
35DO NOT pick up flammable or combustible materials such as lighter fluid, gasoline, or
kerosene or use vacuum in areas where they may be present.
36DO NOT pick up toxic solutions such as chlorine bleach, ammonia, or drain cleaner.
37DO 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.
38DO NOT vacuum up any liquids.
39DO NOT immerse vacuum cleaner in water or other liquids.
40DO NOT use outdoors or on wet surfaces; use only on dry surfaces.
41Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
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ASSEMBLY
UPRIGHT
CLEANING
1Place the nozzle on the floor and insert the wand.
2
Insert the handle into the wand.
3Slide the pod onto the wand.
4
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the unit before assembling, adding or removing attachments or converting modes.
WARNING: Always ensure the power is OFF (“O” position) before plugging and unplugging.
1Press POWER and push the surface selector to THICK CARPET/AREA RUG for high piles, thick carpets, area rugs, and specialty carpets. This setting produces reduced
suction with the motorized brush roll. It is the best setting if the vacuum becomes difficult to push or pull due to high suction.
Attach the hose to the back of the pod.
2Press POWER and push the surface selector to CARPET/LOW PILE for low pile and normal carpet types. This is the default carpet setting and produces high suction
with the motorized brush roll.
5Insert the crevice tool and upholstery tool into the accessory clips as shown.
3Press POWER and push the surface selector to HARD FLOOR for hard floors and accessories. This setting produces high suction and turns off the motorized brush roll.
4
Place your left foot gently on the floor nozzle and tilt the handle back to start cleaning. Note: The motorized brushroll will only spin once the vacuum is reclined back.
Hard Floor
Carpet
Deep Carpet
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1
4
3
4
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Best setting for high piles, thick carpets, area rugs, and specialty carpets if the vacuum becomes difficult to push or
pull due to high suction. This setting produces low suction with the motorized brushroll.
2
Best setting for low pile carpet and normal carpet types. This is the default carpet setting and produces high suction
with the motorized brushroll.
3
Best setting for hard floors and the accessories. This setting produces high suction and turns off the motorized brushroll.
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ABOVE FLOOR
CLEANING
5To clean with the hose, press the WAND or HANDLE release button (depending on the amount of reach required) then lift handle up.
6Insert wand or handle directly into desired tool.
LIFT-AWAY ™
CLEANING
NOTE: When using the vacuum in Lift-Away™ mode, always make sure to hold onto the handle of the pod.
Use for portable
cleaning without
the wheels. Clean
floors, stairs or
anywhere with the
Lift-Away™ pod.
2To clean with hose, press the WAND or HANDLE release button then lift handle up.
1Press LIFT-AWAY ™ to lift the pod off the wand.
3Attach desired cleaning tool.
4For best suction, push the surface selector to HARD FLOOR setting.
NOTE: Select cleaning accessories are included with this model. Additional accessories are available for purchase.
For a list of what is included with this model, refer to inside flap of box.
Handle
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OR
OR
4
3
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5
Release Wand
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28 cm Crevice Tool
Upholstery Tool
For accessing hard to reach places.
Designed for removal of ground-in dirt.
161FLI650
ACCESSORIES
159FLI650
HELPFUL TIPS
POWER BUTTON
1The POWER button turns the vacuum on.
SURFACE SELECTOR
NOTE: Select cleaning
accessories are included.
Others are available for
purchase.
2Selecting the Hard Floor setting will stop the brushroll from spinning and allow you to clean bare floor and above floor surfaces with ease. Thick Carpet/Area Rug
and Carpet/Low Pile settings refer to the strength of the suction power. “Carpet/Low Pile” is the default carpet setting and gives you the greatest suction and deep
cleaning power. “Thick Carpet/Area Rug” deep cleans higher pile, thicker carpets, specialty carpets, and area rugs with less suction. If the vacuum is difficult to
push or pull on certain carpets or area rugs, you can either disengage the brush roll and use the suction only setting or switch the surface selector to Thick Carpet/
Area Rug mode.
For a list of what is included
with this model, refer to
inside flap of box.
CORD HOOKS
3For quick cord access, rotate upper hook 180° and remove cord. Rotate it back for cord storage.
HEADLIGHTS
4The Illuminozzle is designed to illuminate debris in dark areas, the headlights illuminate any time the power is on. The headlights are long-lasting and designed to
last the life of the vacuum.
True Pet Mini Motorised Brush
The LED light on the Illuminator handle will enable you to see dark areas when using the handheld accessories.
Dusting Brush
FILTERS
134FLI480
3115NV220
Picks up pet hair, loose debris, and powerfully deep cleans dander out of upholstery and
surfaces.
5Remember to clean your filters regularly under normal use. Also, for optimal performance, tap clean filters between washes as needed.
Cleans hard surfaces and upholstery.
Hard Floor
Carpet
Deep Carpet
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5
2
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
FRACTIONAL
ANGULAR: MACH
BEND
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL
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TOLERANCING PER:
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<INSERT COMPANY NAME HERE>. ANY
REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE
WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
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PROHIBITED.
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SCALE: 1:5 WEIGHT:
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
WARNING: Always ensure the power is OFF (“O” position) and unplugged before cleaning your vacuum.
CHECK FOR BLOCKAGES
EMPTY THE DUST CUP
REMOVE AND INSPECT:
1Pull up on the dust cup release latch and lift the dustcup off the pod.
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HOSE AND TUBES
2Holding the dust cup over a garbage bag or can, press the bottom empty release latch.
Remove floor nozzle and extension wand and shine a flashlight up from the bottom to check for possible blockage. Remove dustcup and hose to check intake
opening and hose elbow.
3Press the top dust cup release latch to access the dust screen and remove built-up debris as required.
2 BOTTOM OF FLOOR NOZZLE
CLEAN THE FILTERS
See cleaning schedule on page 2
aUse a coin to unlock the three locks on the bottom of the floor nozzle. A portion of the base is removable to allow for better access to the brush roll and exposure to the airway. Shine a flashlight from the bottom to check for possible blockage in the airway.
4With the dust cup detached, remove and rinse the foam and felt filters every 3 months. Hand wash only. Let air dry completely before re-inserting. Tap loose dirt off
filters between washes as needed.
bRemove any string, carpet fibres or hair that may be wrapped around the brush roll. There is a groove on the brush bar that allows a pair of scissors to cut
across it to loosen up the debris.
5Once a year, open the filter grill to remove and rinse the HEPA filter. Hand wash only. Let air dry completely before replacing.
cTo reassemble, replace base by lining it up along the front of the nozzle. Push down to snap into place. Lock the three locks.
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FOAM FILTER
3
4
FILTER FRAME
c
a
FELT FILTER
a
2
c
a
c
HEPA
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NOTES
TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
Vacuum is not picking up dirt. No suction or light suction
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Check filters to see if they need cleaning. Follow instructions for rinsing and drying the filters before re-inserting back into the vacuum.
• Dust cup may be full; empty dust cup.
•Check hose, hose connections, nozzles and accessories for blockages; clear blockages if required.
Vacuum lifts area rugs
•Turn off the unit to disengage the brush roll and restart with the POWER button for suction only cleaning.
Brush roll does not spin
•Pull the handle toward you and release the floor nozzle to disengage the auto-off feature.
•Make sure that the carpet height selector is not on the HARD FLOOR setting.
•Immediately turn off and unplug vacuum, disconnect the nozzle and remove blockage before reconnecting and turning vacuum back on.
Vacuum turns off on its own
•
If the hose connection is not properly latched, it can cause a poor electrical connection and the hose can come loose and power vacuum OFF.
1. Turn the unit off; unplug the vacuum.
2. Empty the dust cup and clean filters.
3. Check for blockages in hose, accessories and inlet openings.
4. Remove cord from cord hook so hose latch can be seen and engaged. Reassemble.
5. Ensure hose latch makes an audible “click” where the hose meets the back of the vacuum. Also, make sure the hose latch makes a “click” where the wand plugs into the neck of the
floor nozzle, and where the handle plugs into the wand. The connection of the back of the dust cup to the hose often requires additional force. Ensure you hear the audible click.
6. Pull on hose to ensure latch is fully engaged.
7. If latch is not flush to hose connector, hose is not fully engaged.
8. Plug in the vacuum.
9. Restart the vacuum.
•
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. Turn the unit off.
2. Unplug the vacuum.
3. Empty the dust cup and clean filters.
4. Check for blockages in hose, accessories and inlet openings.
5. A
llow the unit to cool for a minimum of 45 minutes.
6. Plug in the vacuum.
7. R estart the vacuum.
Note: If vacuum still does not start, contact Customer Care at: AUST: 1800 890 840 or NZ: 0800 002 999.
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NOTES
FIVE (5) YEAR LIMITED REPLACEMENT WARRANTY STATEMENT
If your product becomes defective due to faulty material or workmanship within a period of 5 years from the date of purchase, we warrant to do the following:
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For New Zealand Consumers: We will replace the product with a new product, free of charge, or repair the product at our cost, at our discretion.
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For Australian Consumers: Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and
for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure
does not amount to a major failure.
Your warranty is subject to the following conditions:
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DO NOT operate the appliance with a damaged plug or cord, or if the unit has been dropped, damaged or dropped in water. To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble or attempt
to repair the appliance on your own. 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.
•The product has not been misused, abused, neglected, altered, modified or repaired by anyone.
•The product has been subjected to fair wear and tear.
•The product has not been used for trade, professional or hire purposes.
•The product has not sustained damage through foreign objects, substances or accident.
Your warranty does not cover:
•Components that are subject to natural wear and tear caused by normal use in accordance with operating instructions.
•Unauthorised/improper maintenance/handling or overload is excluded from this warranty.
•For guarantee claims you will need to submit a proof of purchase in the form of a valid receipt that displays date and place of purchase.
This warranty does not replace but is in addition to your statutory rights.
This warranty does not apply to accessories supplied with the product.
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and may not be transferred.
Replacement products will be covered by the limited warranty for the balance of the warranty period from the date of the original purchase.
Please note:
Only defective product or parts returned to place of purchase will be replaced under this warranty.
New Zealand Contact:
Brand Developers Limited
Unit H, 686 Rosebank Road,
Avondale 1026, Auckland, New Zealand
FAX: +64 9 306 8203
NZ Customer Care 0800 002 999
Australia Contact
Brand Developers Aust Pty Ltd
461 Plummer Street,
PORT MELBOURNE, VIC 3207
FAX: +61 3 9681 7825
AUST Customer Care: 1800 890 840
Euro-Pro and Shark are registered trademarks of Euro-Pro Operating LLC.
Rotator and Lift-Away are trademarks of Euro-Pro Operating LLC.
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Illustrations may differ from actual product. We are constantly striving to
improve our products, therefore the specifications contained herein are
subject to change without notice.
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