Einleitung

This guide will inform users how to replace their Shark Steam Pocket Mop's Water Tank / Bladder.

Ersatzteile

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  1. Begin by removing the 8 quarter inch phillips head screws found along the back panel Once all 8 screws have been removed, gently remove the back panel from the rest of the mop's body Once all 8 screws have been removed, gently remove the back panel from the rest of the mop's body
    • Begin by removing the 8 quarter inch phillips head screws found along the back panel

    • Once all 8 screws have been removed, gently remove the back panel from the rest of the mop's body

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  3. Start by gently moving the midframe from the top portion of the panel to expose the bottom portion of the mop's water tank / bladder. Start by gently moving the midframe from the top portion of the panel to expose the bottom portion of the mop's water tank / bladder.
    • Start by gently moving the midframe from the top portion of the panel to expose the bottom portion of the mop's water tank / bladder.

  4. Remove the 10 quarter inch phillips head screws from the bottom portion of the water tank / bladder. Then gently lift the water tank / bladder out of its plastic housing. and turn it over. To fully remove the water tank / bladder, use your tweezers to remove the metal ring that keeps the hose fastened to the plastic tank.
    • Remove the 10 quarter inch phillips head screws from the bottom portion of the water tank / bladder.

    • Then gently lift the water tank / bladder out of its plastic housing. and turn it over.

    • To fully remove the water tank / bladder, use your tweezers to remove the metal ring that keeps the hose fastened to the plastic tank.

Abschluss

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

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