Empty when debris reaches the "Max Fill" line.
1.1 dry quarts (to the fill line)
Remove the filter cover from the front of the vacuum by pulling up on the tab and pulling the cover away from the vacuum. Take out the HEPA filter by pulling it straight out, turn the filter over so that the dirty side is on the bottom and vigorously tap it clean against a trash can to remove any dust. Wash the filter under the tap using lukewarm water with the dirty side face down until the water runs clear. Allow the filter to air dry for 24 hours. Once the HEPA filter is dry, replace it back into the vacuum, and then replace the cover by inserting the two tabs into the holes at the top and then swinging the cover down until it clicks into place.
Remove the dust cup, pull the two filters out from the top of the motor housing, rinse the filters thoroughly in lukewarm water until the water runs clear, squeeze out excess water and let air-dry for at least 24 hours before replacing. To replace, put the felt filter in first, then add the foam filter.
For optimal performance, wash pre-motor foam and felt filters every 3 months under normal use. Wash post-motor foam and felt filters every 12 months under normal use. For optimal performance of the post-motor HEPA filter, wash and air dry once every 2 years, or as needed.
These parts last the life of the product and are covered under normal use for the 5-year warranty. Lifetime belt: Your vacuum's intelligent electronic system will shut off the power nozzle motor to avoid belt wear if you block the brushroll with a large object such as a sock or carpet edge. Simply turn off the power, remove the obstruction, then return to vacuuming. There are no belt maintenance or replacement costs to worry about. Lifetime filters: The filter system will last the life of your vacuum, with minimal maintenance and no replacement filter costs required. Your filters will discolor over time but will not lose their effectiveness.
You can purchase replacement parts and other accessories on sharkaccessories.com.
The Shark Navigator Lift-Away is manufactured by our high-quality vacuum manufacturing partners in China.
The Shark Navigator Lift-Away offers a superior cleaning experience with true Never Loses Suction technology in an ultra lightweight and steerable upright vacuum, AND at an affordable price. The Shark Navigator Lift-Away features a unique detachable canister and an ultra-quiet system that allows you to clean anywhere, anytime.
45.5" high x 11.4" wide x 15" deep
The power cord is 25 feet long.
The Shark Navigator Lift-Away is produced with a combination of durable ABS and PP plastics, along with some metal and rubber components.
Only 12.5 lbs.
Place the floor nozzle on a level surface, align the tube of the floor nozzle with the tube on the detachable canister and lower until you hear the two pieces click into place. When attaching the motorized floor brush, ensure that the latching mechanism is fully locked in place to ensure electrical connection has been made.
From upright vacuum mode, first remove the cord in cord clip, depress the floor nozzle release button on bottom side of canister, gently step on floor nozzle as you hold the handle on top of the canister and lift it away. Next, remove the handle or handle with extension wand, add desired tool onto the end and begin cleaning. Hold the handle in one hand while you carry the detachable canister around the house with the other hand.
Hold the dust cup over the trash and press the bottom door release button. Tap gently to empty contents. Press the door shut again until it clicks. If needed, turn the dust cup upside down over the trash and press the top door release button. Tap gently to remove contents or wipe clean with a soft cloth.
To remove the dust cup, undo the latches on the sides of the dust cup by lifting them up and outwards. Pull dust cup up and away from the motor housing. Note: The dust cup should be emptied each time you vacuum and periodically during cleaning, when the dust cup appears full.
Turn the power switch to the "I" for bare floors and above floor cleaning or "II" for brushroll on carpets. The "O" position is off. You may move the power switch from "II" to "I" position to disengage the brushroll.
Use the bare-floor setting when you are on delicate carpets or hard floor surfaces. It is also the setting to use for above-floor cleaning.
Use the brushroll setting when you want to deep clean your carpets as well as when you want to pick up hair, pet fur, and fibers.
Yes, but ensure the brushroll is turned off (suction only).
No, the brushroll will only turn on when in full upright mode, not in Lift-Away mode.