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NV355 Series
Owner's guide
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   Summary of Contents for Shark NAVIGATOR LIFT-AWAY PRO NV355

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    WWW.SHARKCLEAN.COM NV355 Series Owner’s guide NV355_NV356E_NV356K_NV357_IB_110714_3.indd 1 11-07-20 9:32 AM...

  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    SHOCK OR INJURY: INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: GENERAL ELECTRICAL SAFETY: READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING NAVIGATOR ™ 1. Unplug from electrical outlet when not in use YOUR SHARK ® and before servicing. LIFT-AWAY PRO. ® 2. DO NOT use vacuum with a damaged cord POLARIZED PLUG: or plug.

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    English HOSE ATTACHMENTS: DUST CUP/FILTERS/ACCESSORIES: 1. DO NOT use if air flow is restricted; if the air Before turning on the vacuum: paths, the hose, or the accessories become 1. Make sure that all filters are thoroughly dry blocked, turn the vacuum cleaner off. Remove after routine cleaning.

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    This manual covers model numbers: NV355 NV356E NV356K NV357 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Voltage: 120V., 60Hz Watts: 1200W Amps: TOLL FREE: 1-800-798-7398 NV355_NV356E_NV356K_NV357_IB_110714_3.indd 4 11-07-20 9:32 AM...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents English Thank you for purchasing the Shark ® Getting Started Navigator ™ Mode 1: Upright Vac Lift-Away ® Mode 2: Portable Lift-Away ® Above-Floor Cleaning Dust-Away Hard Floor Attachment Use & Care ™ Storage and Maintenance Maintenance Emptying the Dust Cup...

  • Page 6: Getting Started

    Getting Started Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 ACCESSORIES: DUST-AWAY HARD FLOOR ATTACHMENT ™ Specialized hard floor attachment vacuums up large particles, then re-usable micro-fiber pad traps extra fine dirt and dust for a superior bare floor clean. (Fig.

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    English Your new Shark Navigator Lift-Away Pro vacuum cleaner can easily be configured into ® ® ™ different cleaning modes to meet all your cleaning needs: upright vacuum and portable Lift- Away - both with constant suction power. ® Fig. 6 Fig.

  • Page 8: Mode 1: Upright Vac

    Mode 1: Upright Vac To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the unit before assembling, adding or removing attachments or converting modes. WARNING: The On/Off switch is on the top of the Lift-Away canister. Always ensure the power is OFF ®...

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    English Suction Release Collar Release suction for easier push & pull on high pile carpets and area rugs. Fig. 11 Fig. 12 TO USE: ently press the floor nozzle down with your foot while you grasp the handle and tilt it back towards Rotate the cord release to quickly release the you.

  • Page 10: Mode 2: Portable Lift-away

    Mode 2: Portable Lift-Away ® You can carry your vacuum cleaner in both modes by the carry handle located on top of the dust cup. Fig. 13 Fig. 15 Fig. 14 Attach desired accessory onto the end of either PORTABLE LIFT-AWAY ®...

  • Page 11: Above-floor Cleaning

    Above-Floor Cleaning English Release suction when dusting delicate objects, furniture or draperies. Fig. 16 Suction Release Collar CLEAN ABOVE THE FLOOR IN UPRIGHT VAC OR Press the On/Off switch to the “I” position to turn the vacuum on for above-floor cleaning. PORTABLE LIFT-AWAY MODE ®...

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    Dust-Away Hard Floor Attachment - Use and Care ™  I MPORTANT: Use only in Portable Lift-Away mode. ® Fig. 18 Fig. 17 ATTACH PAD Do not use bleach or fabric softeners as they may damage or leave a coating that will reduce the Slip two of the tabs between the suction nozzle cleaning performance of the pads.

  • Page 13: Storage And Maintenance

    Storage and Maintenance Quick Cord Release Lower Cord Storage Clip Fig. 19 STORE YOUR VACUUM SAFELY To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the unit Convert your vacuum back to upright vac mode. before performing any cleaning, maintenance, or troubleshooting checks.

  • Page 14: Emptying The Dust Cup

    Maintenance COMPONENT MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Dust Cup Empty each time you vacuum. Pre-Motor Foam Filter Rinse and air dry every 3 months under normal use. Pre-Motor Felt Filter Rinse and air dry every 3 months under normal use. Post-Motor HEPA Filter Clean once every 2 years or as needed.

  • Page 15: Cleaning The Post-motor Hepa Filter

    Maintenance - cont’d Fig. 24 Fig. 27 Fig. 28 CLEANING THE POWER BRUSH (model NV355 only) Slide the locking latch (a) forward and tilt the bottom cover upward to remove. (Fig. 27) Carefully remove any blockage or debris and Fig. 25 Fig.

  • Page 16: Cleaning The Motorized Floor Brush

    Maintenance - cont’d English Make sure you are working in a well lit area and use a flashlight to help search for blockages. Rotating Brush Fig. 32 Fig. 31 CHECKING FOR BLOCKAGES CLEANING THE MOTORIZED FLOOR BRUSH Blockages may cause your vacuum to overheat and When your motorized floor brush needs cleaning or shut down.

  • Page 17: Parts List

    Maintenance - cont’d Ordering Parts Fig. 33 Fig. 34 PART PART NO. Pre-Motor Filter Set XFF350 Hose and Connections to Vacuum HEPA Filter XHF350 • Detach the stretch hose from the back of the Dusting Brush 112FFJ portable Lift-Away canister by squeezing ®...

  • Page 18: Troubleshooting Guide

    Troubleshooting Guide English PROBLEM POSSIBLE REASONS & SOLUTIONS 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.) Vacuum is not Dust cup may be full; empty dust cup. picking up dirt.

  • Page 19: Warranty

    Product Registration Please visit www.sharkclean.com or call 1-800-798-7398 to register your new Shark product within ten (10) ® days of purchase. You will be asked to provide the store name, date of purchase and model number along with your name and address.

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    EURO-PRO Operating LLC U.S.: Newton, MA 02459 Canada: Ville St. Laurent, Québec H4S 1A7 1-800-798-7398 www.sharkclean.com Copyright © Euro-Pro Operating LLC 2011 Printed in China Illustrations may differ from actual product. NV355.NV356E.NV356K.NV357.110714.3 NV355_NV356E_NV356K_NV357_IB_110714_3.indd 20 11-07-20 9:32 AM...

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  • Laurie Blair Sep 07, 2017 09:20:
    My large roller brush has what looks like somebody has dug out a section of the roller itself. It's no wider than a standard pair of scissors and around most all of the roller in a circular motion not side to side. Is this the design of the roller, though it doesn't look like a clean cut like the other things do. Please send me a picture of how it should look as I have no manual to look at and this site doesn't show the bottom of the roller. Thankyou Laurie Blair
  • Laurie Blair Sep 07, 2017 09:20:
    My large roller brush has what looks like somebody has dug out a section of the roller itself. It's no wider than a standard pair of scissors and around most all of the roller in a circular motion not side to side. Is this the design of the roller, though it doesn't look like a clean cut like the other things do. Please send me a picture of how it should look as I have no manual to look at and this site doesn't show the bottom of the roller. Thankyou Laurie Blair
  • JERROD DANO May 14, 2017 04:29:
    NO STARS I THINK YOU People must have disigned the shark after or during a late night at hooters, you can sure tell that the designers did not put any thougt into this product ,there is no amount of money that would let me sleep at night , how in the world can any one that is part of this product possibly for1, evan get out of bed every day and for 2 you certainly cannot have any self esteem .thats enough other than the recall that is very late to this game.JD ON A GOOD NIGHT.???
  • cecilia valdez Apr 06, 2017 01:23:
    I have model NV356E 31 and the electric cord plug broke off. I would like to know where I can take vacuum to be fixed.
  • Lori Nadeau Mar 19, 2016 06:51:
    I NEED a new handle release button and can't figure out how to get one. The vacuum fell over and snapped the button and I couldn't even get the handle to detach. We did get the handle off but the red part of the button is broken and glue just didn't do the trick. HELP!