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If the drive belt is out of place or jammed, use this guide to replace the drive belt. You will need the T10 and T20 Torx screwdrivers.

  1. Press the two Brush Roll Access buttons down at the same time to detach the cover. Pull the cover off of the vacuum by lifting it up. Pull the cover off of the vacuum by lifting it up.
    • Press the two Brush Roll Access buttons down at the same time to detach the cover.

    • Pull the cover off of the vacuum by lifting it up.

    Where can I buy belt drive replacement assembly,,

    Mike Abdoo - Antwort

  2. Pull up on the Pull Tab to  remove the large brush roll. Pull up on the Pull Tab to  remove the large brush roll.
    • Pull up on the Pull Tab to remove the large brush roll.

    what if my model doesn’t have a pull tab

    Michael Szabo - Antwort

  3. Press the Eject Roller button to detach the small roller. Pull the roller away from the vacuum to remove it.
    • Press the Eject Roller button to detach the small roller.

    • Pull the roller away from the vacuum to remove it.

    I can’t find any pull tab to pull out big rollet

    doxielady2000 - Antwort

  4. Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the four 17 mm screws by turning counterclockwise. Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the four 17 mm screws by turning counterclockwise.
    • Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the four 17 mm screws by turning counterclockwise.

  5. Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the six 19 mm screws by turning counterclockwise. Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the one 12 mm screw by turning counterclockwise.
    • Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the six 19 mm screws by turning counterclockwise.

    • Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the one 12 mm screw by turning counterclockwise.

    • Use the T10 screwdriver to remove the four 14 mm screws by turning counterclockwise.

    For the 12mm screw, use the T10, not the T20.

    Drew@-!3 - Antwort

    The 12mm screw on my model has a Torx Security head. Thanks for that, Shark. Never again

    Graeme Thompson - Antwort

  6. Use the spudger tool to pry off the red plastic corner cap. Remove the LED headlight casing by pulling up on the casing and out on the corner cap at the same time. Remove the LED headlight casing by pulling up on the casing and out on the corner cap at the same time.
    • Use the spudger tool to pry off the red plastic corner cap.

    • Remove the LED headlight casing by pulling up on the casing and out on the corner cap at the same time.

  7. Remove the red cover by lifting upward.
    • Remove the red cover by lifting upward.

  8. Remove the light fixture by lifting it up.
    • Remove the light fixture by lifting it up.

  9. Use the spudger to detach the orange drive belt compartment from the vacuum. Remove the orange drive belt compartment from the vacuum by lifting it upwards.
    • Use the spudger to detach the orange drive belt compartment from the vacuum.

    • Remove the orange drive belt compartment from the vacuum by lifting it upwards.

    Before you try and level out the orange belt drive compartment, there’s a little T10 screw that you’ll need to take out first.

    Drew@-!3 - Antwort

  10. Pull outward on the smaller drive belt to remove it.
    • Pull outward on the smaller drive belt to remove it.

    • Pull outward on the larger drive belt to remove it.

    • The smaller drive belt must be removed first in order to remove the second larger belt.

    You need to make a correction…the T20 that you specify to use is incorrect. I just bought a Husky T30, T25, T20, T15 and T10 Torx Screwdriver Set and where you indicate to use a T20, it's actually a T15. Not only is this an issue, another issue is that the screws on this vacuum has a raised dot in the center of it, or however you would call it which creates a problem to even seat the screwdriver in properly to turn. If you have another suggestion or different screwdrivers to use, I'm open to suggestions.

    Lisa R Rowley - Antwort

    This is ridiculous! Why do you have to dissect a vacuum to change a simple belt? Also, why is every vacuum made have a belt in a store but this one you have to order. I love my Shark Duo but this is

    Dana Liggins - Antwort

    I agree with the comments about the misinformation about the T20 it is the T15 screwdriver and there is a tiny pip in the bottom of the screw hole. I had to get a set of screwdrivers which had the hole allowing the driver to fit correctly in the screwhole. My problem is how to replace a broken belt in my Shark duoclean flexology HV390UK model, I’ve checked the how to utube site but there’s no mention of this model. Frustrating or what

    royjacklin - Antwort

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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What a pain in the ***! The star bit wouldn't fit on one of the screws and had to use a small reg. screwdriver to get it out. This is a very poor design. I've only used the sweeper a few times too. Hope the belts don't come off or break often because if they do it's going in the dumpster and never buying another one. Do not recommend this sweeper!!! Very disappointed.

Deann Shumaker - Antwort

The spudger saved the day.

Excellent guide. You saved me hours of frustration

Callum - Antwort

What size belt I need for this vacuum

Melissa Beaver - Antwort

Very bad design will stick to our dyson will not recommend it go any one

satmansteve00 - Antwort

It’s really not bad. This vacuum has out performed and lived many Dysons. I’ll never go back! They are half the price and accept coupons too

ryannmacintosh -

This product is the biggest load of $@$* i have ever bought, stayclear of it

Trevor Hickman - Antwort

Thanks for the help! You did a great job. However, Shark's design for a normally consumer-replaceable part is insane. 1.5 hrs only to find the belts are fine and will have to go to a shop. I will take it in disassembled and save that much on labor. Crazy.

Debbie Thompson - Antwort

I agree with all the negatives above I have a vacuum I bought in May 2018 which does not work as the drive belt doesn’t work, they do not have any service place to attend if like me a full time carer of an 87 year old husband the service on the phone spoke too fast with an American accent I had to ask him to repeat, I found myself taking the vacuum to pieces for analysis whilst on the phone they have nowhere to take it if you cannot go to such lengths.

200.00 a complete waste of money, if you can’t d I y with special tools don’t buy one no satisfaction given whatsoever yes back to dyson at least I can get it serviced

kathleen.cooke - Antwort

Where do I get belts for this. Mine is NV771Q?

Clifford Hendershot - Antwort

Excellent instruction and pictures. It is real pain to take apart, but we paid a lot $ and it works great on our floors.

George White - Antwort

I have the shark apex with duoclean and zeroM the next month the belt broke off, very dissapointed, im switching to dyson.

james langridge - Antwort

Mine too. I regret buying this vaccum

Shari -

Helpful instructions only to find the belts are fine, so now what can it be? The motor???

Lisa R Rowley - Antwort

I love how you try and teach people how to fit their shark duo clean hv380 but you don't let us know where to buy the belts? And no Shark doesn't sell them on their overpriced joke of a website!

Richard Auck - Antwort

A simple google search showed me many places to get belt. One of the first was the shark website. You just have scrolled past.

ryannmacintosh -

Just had to throw mine away. Pure garbage.

rz6x59 - Antwort

This is designed to never be repaired. Once it stops working throw it away.

rz6x59 - Antwort

I fixed mine and I’m a chick. Did you even try ?

ryannmacintosh -

Excellent instructions, thanks! I got it apart and back together fine. Shark seems to go out of the way to make it difficult for a consumer to repair their product. Mine had security-type Torx with the post in the middle of the screw; requiring special drivers with a matching hole. Why wouldn’t they just use phillips heads?

Eric - Antwort

Are the belts for DuoClean models interchangable?

I have a UV810 and I am unable to find a belt for that specific model.

Thanks.

Kailey Barnett - Antwort

Where can I buy the belts for this vacuum?

Tony Contreras - Antwort

I have a windtunnel by hoover that is so much easier to replace the belts. I regret buying this vaccum.

Shari - Antwort

FYI, the screws on mine were security type Torx, and were also T10 and T15, not T20.

A. C. - Antwort

I have searched amazon, google and shark. None of them sell the belt for my vacuum eph205. It’s not cogged. I love the vacuum, but am so sick of not finding basic filters and belts for it. I’d never recommend a shark again.

Lauri - Antwort

What are the specs/ part numbers for the belts please nv801ukt model

Sue and David Stocks - Antwort

Brilliant instructions helped me get the shark up n running again today. I found the large drive belt replacement Vega EPH205 for £18 on ebay. Expensive but cheaper than £70 to replace the full head nozzle unit.

Sue and David Stocks - Antwort

Best vacuum I've ever had hands down. If it broke today I would buy another one just like it. I've had it a couple years and have not had to change the belt yet but if I had to do it standing on my head I would say it was still worth it. I love this vacuum.

Karen Kosek - Antwort

Mine needs the actual speed drive as the bearing has seized, can’t get a replacement anywhere. absolute rubbish

grahammcclure - Antwort

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