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    Owner’s Guide NV22UKL NV22UKL_26_IB_101215.indd 1 10-12-15 12:48 PM...

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    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. This manual covers model: NV22UKL 26 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Voltage: 220/240 V., 50Hz Not to be disposed of with other household waste.

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    Contents Thank you for Important Safety Instructions purchasing Getting Started the Shark ® Using the Vacuum Navigator Cleaning with the Vacuum Accessories Upright Vacuum. Emptying the Dust Cup Assembly Proper Care of Your Vacuum Troubleshooting Checking for Blockages Maintenance NV22UKL_26_IB_101215.indd 1 10-12-15 12:48 PM...

  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions


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    GENERAL USE: GENERAL CLEANING: 24. D O NOT run the vacuum over large-sized 16. U se only as described in this manual. objects. 17. DO NOT put any objects into openings. 25. D O NOT pick up hard or sharp objects such as 18. Keep your work area well lit. glass, nails, screws or coins that could damage 19. K eep the vacuum moving over the carpet the vacuum cleaner. surface at all times to avoid damaging the 26. D O NOT pick up smoking or burning objects carpet fibers. such as hot coals, cigarette butts or matches. 20. D O NOT place vacuum on unstable surfaces 27. D O NOT pick up flammable or combustible such as chairs or tables.

  • Page 6: Getting Started

    Getting Started Along with your upright unit, you will find the following components: Your Shark Navigator Upright 4 S lide the handle assembly ® a Handle Assembly is easy to assemble: into the upright unit aligning b Cleaning Attachments the hose hook on the handle 1 L ay your vacuum body on a assembly with the power cord c Extra Filters level surface. hooks on the back of the unit. d Super Stretch Hose 2 S lide the electrical connection 5 S ecure the handle assembly in...

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    10 To carry the vacuum: 8 Attach the Super Stretch Hose: 9 W hen storing your vacuum, wind cord around the two cord a) S nap hose into swivel W ith the unit in the standing holders and secure with cord connector position, lift by the Dust Cup clip: Assembly Handle (carry handle). b) Route under anti-tip hook • Q uick Cord release at the C AUTION: When lifting or c) R oute over upper hose top of the unit – place in the carrying, DO NOT press Dust holder upright position. Cup Assembly release button. d) P ress securely onto cleaning • S econd holder near the wand base – turn until it is pointing...

  • Page 8: Using The Vacuum

    Using the Vacuum Bare Floors / Tools Carpets I MPORTANT: To protect your carpets, the Brush Roll will only turn on when Indicator Light you have pulled the handle back towards you and released the Floor Power Nozzle. Your Shark Navigator Upright 4 When cleaning bare floors: ® IMPORTANT: Vacuum is a versatile tool that S elect the “I On” position for Your Brush Roll Indicator Light can be used to clean bare floor will illuminate solid green when suction only cleaning to avoid surfaces or carpets – with the click scattering dirt while cleaning. brush roll is on, or solid red if of a switch. there is a blockage. This feature When cleaning carpets:...

  • Page 9: Cleaning With The Vacuum Accessories

    Cleaning with the Vacuum Accessories Before cleaning with your Vacuum Accessories 2 Using the Cleaning Wand: accessories: Your vacuum comes with a Super S tand the vacuum into upright Stand vacuum into upright position. Stretch Hose and Cleaning Wand. position. Use one or the other to attach your Secure Super R emove the Cleaning Wand cleaning accessories. Stretch Hose in (with hose attached) from the 1 Using the Super Stretch Hose: the anti-tip hose unit. hook to prevent S tand the vacuum into upright P ush the selected tool into the...

  • Page 10: Emptying The Dust Cup Assembly

    Wrap a trash bag around the may remain in the top of your 1 G rip carry handle and press dust cup assembly on or near Dust Cup Assembly leaving the Dust Cup release button to space at the bottom for the door the metal screen. It is not remove Dust Cup Assembly to swing open. necessary to completely remove 2 O ption A: for Quick Empty: this material before continuing L ocate the Dust Cup Door Insert Dust Cup Assembly deep to vacuum; Shark advanced ® release button within the trash inside trash receptacle to contain cyclonic action will sweep the bag and press to release as you dust and debris. metal screen clean once you shake the dust cup to empty begin to refill your dust cup. P ress the Dust Cup Door release dust and debris. button; tap container gently to Snap the bottom door in place. dislodge and release dust and debris.

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    Proper Care of Your Shark Upright Vacuum ® 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. 1 Cleaning the Cyclonic Chamber: Remove Dust Cup Assembly. Option A: Quick Empty CAUTION: P ress the Cyclonic Chamber release button at the top of the Dust Cup Unplug the vacuum; Assembly and lift open the Dust Cup lid. failure to do so might Remove the Cyclonic Chamber from the Dust Cup Assembly. result in electric I nsert the Cyclonic Chamber deep inside trash receptacle to contain dust. shock. Press the Cyclonic Chamber Release Button to open and remove the bottom door. T ap 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...

  • Page 12: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting WARNING: to reduce the risk of electric shock, the power cord must be disconnected before performing maintenance/troubleshooting checks. NV22UKL_26_IB_101215.indd 10 10-12-15 12:48 PM...

  • Page 13: Checking For Blockages

    Checking for Blockages 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. W ARNING: Never insert sharp 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. Unplug the vacuum before checking for blockages. Reassemble all parts securely before operating vacuum. 1 Dust Cup Air Duct: 3 F loor Power Nozzle Hose Connector: S tand vacuum into upright position.

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    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. 1 C leaning the Pet Hair Power Brush - Wait 45 minutes for vacuum to cool; To reset the Motor Thermostat: Slide locking latch (A) forward. then plug in the vacuum. Move the Power Button to the G ently tilt brush housing upward Turn the Power Switch to the “O – Off” position. to open. “I – On” position to start the Unplug the vacuum.

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    Shark Customer Services PO Box 298 Mirfield WF14 9BA Freephone 0800 862 0453 Technical Details Model number: NV22UKL 26 Input: 1200 Watts Main unit voltage: 220-240V., 50 Hz. COPYRIGHT© EURO-PRO OPERATING LLC 2010 PRINTED IN CHINA NV22UKL.E.101215 Illustrations may differ from actual product.

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