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Can anyone tell me where the two rectangular magnets goes in a shark navigator vacuum. i found out that it goes next to the motor but don't know how to position them HELP!!

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There are two metal weights in the power nozzle of some models but they are not magnets. They fit I the compartment between the upper and lower parts of the nozzle. Housing

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SOURCE: where is the reset button on shark navigator.

I'm not sure it has one. Check the owner's manual though.
Try this. Turn off vacuum. Unplug it. Make sure there are no clogs in main hose, power head intake tube, or intake inside tank. Plug it in, turn it on, and let us know what happens.

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I found the issue, the square hole in the side is an emergency air release if the suction is not reaching the dust collector. The cylinder filter screen inside the the top of the dust collector had a thick layer of dust which wasn't allowing airflow to the dust collector, hence the air was escaping through the square hole on the side. I cleaned the screen and it worked as if it came right out of the box.

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Hi, it's Allie from Crucial Vacuum!

Your Shark Navigator Freestyle Cordless unit has a flexible air hose located on the floor base of your unit, which allows the air flow and picked up dust to travel from the floor through to the canister.

Accumulated hair strands and debris may cause this hose to be clogged, the dustcup inlet to be blocked or the brushroll to not run properly. Start with turning off your vacuum. Press the release button on the back of your unit's main body and remove the motorized brush. To reach and clear the air hose, flip back the connector to straighten the air passage and remove all debris or blockage found.

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