If you have been using the vacuum cleaner for a long time, you would have noticed that it catches a lot of dirt and dust. If you don’t clean the Shark’s roller, then you will find that cleaning doesn’t happen as seamlessly and efficiently as it used to.
How to Remove Roller Brush from Shark Vacuum
Make Sure You Unplug The Shark From the Electrical Socket –
This step may seem minor at first, but this is crucial to ensure that you do not get an electric shock. Many people in the world die every year because of this ignorance. So, do not just switch the power off, also unplug. This process is also essential as it can prevent the vacuum cleaner also from getting damaged. For example, when the power is turned on, there are chances that the engine is still working. If you remove the brush at this time, your vacuum machine might get damaged beyond repair.
Find Roller Brush –
The second step is to locate the roller brush. Most of the time, you can find the roller brush on the underside of your vacuum cleaner, but the location may vary in some models. Laying your machine down while doing this would make it easier for you. This way, you can get easy access to the screws at the bottom of your machine.
Make The Screws Loose –
After you locate the roller brush, you will have to loosen the screws to get easily take the brush out. Some of the newest Shark vacuum provide screwdrivers for the users.
Now, Detach the Roller Brush from Machine –
Lastly, you have to take the roller brush out. If the first three steps have been performed accurately, then you will easily be able to take the roller brush out. As one end of the roller brush rolls out, you have to pull the other end of the belt. Voila! The vacuum machine’s roller brush is removed.
Sometimes, you might notice that it is hard to pull the roller brush from the machine. This is because it might be stuck with the other components of the machine.
Make sure that you always use the machine safely and carefully.