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The mop head base popped off of the mop handle (long story), how do I reattach it? The swivel part on the handle won't stay lined up and so I'm not able to snap it back on.

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The heating element may have failed.

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I saw a post about no steam coming out of the head of a Shark Steam Mop. So I had to go and checkout my wife's shark....
Here is what I found and how you can check it out and fix it

If you pull the attachment off and look inside you will see that there is a small hole that the steam travels through into the flexible hose with the spring around it and then on to the head and out the smaller holes...


Now if the first hole gets plugged then no steam will get through to the head...however if there is something stuck in the hose or the smaller holes in the head are plugged it still could act the same...also check that the hose has not come off... there have been cases of the hose coming loose then the steam will not get to the head....you may have to remove the head to actually see that it is not connected properly.


So, first look right inside and check that out, then if that is okay, take out the four screws that hold the swivel joint into the head...then you can take out the last two screws holding the swivel joint to the head...


This will allow you to blow back through the hose to make sure it is not obstructed or to blow the dirt back out... a small wire or pipe cleaners will also work well.


If that is open the take a tooth pick or some small like that and open the holes in the head....blow through the head to make sure that they are open, try to make sure all of the holes are evenly opened so that you get good distribution of the steam to the whole head.


Then replace everything back like it came apart...make sure that you replace the two screws first then drop the swivel into the slots and replace the four screws.

Reinstall the head onto the mop and give it a minute or so to heat up after plugging it in.

Now the steam should be going out the head like it was intended...


If you still do not have any steam from the mop then the heating element has probably has gone bad. As far as I can tell there are no heating parts available for these. You will have to junk your mop and buy a new one.
The mop does have a 1 year warranty and details of that are on the link I have below for the manuals.

All of the Shark Manuals and much more, can be found by clicking on the highlighted text


heatman101


Check out these other related tips...

http://www.fixya.com/support/r6740629-shark_steam_pocket_mop_cleaning_problems

http://www.fixya.com/support/r6896271-find_shark_parts_accessories

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Ice bin metal handle won't stay up?


It may have just popped out of place and needs to be re-adjusted, but if that''s not the case then the modular head has broken on the ice maker and it should be replaced

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I can't open/close my bugaboo frog smoothly. In the demo, you're supposed to push the middle bar while holding on to the handles and the swivel wheels will just pop open. I had to use my other hand...


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Shark stopped steaming how to fix this


It may be mineral deposits. Empty reservoir of water, add 1/2 cup of CLR. Let sit 1 hour. Take mop outside with a mop head on but not the cloth padding. Plug it in and start pumping the handle to prime it. I used cardboard to do this on to cushion the mop and soak up moisture. Keep pumping handle until the mineral deposits clear and full steam is coming out. When I was done, I unplugged the mop, dumped out remaining CLR, and rinsed out mop reservoir with water. Please add fresh water, plug in and steam out rest of CLR out of tube leading to mop head. Otherwise your mop will still issue out CLR steam. As always, be careful to unplug and let the unit cool down before adding or removing CLR, water or mop head. Steam can cause serious burns.

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My Shark 3501 has a broken handle above the resevoir. Called Euro pro and stayed on hold for 25 min with no answer. I am looking for a handle from top down to tank. Can you help?


Hi,
No, you need to call them... check the manuals link...

Here is a tip that I wrote about the Euro-Pro Shark Steam Mop and why it maynot be getting steam to the head...

Euro-Pro Shark Steam Mop Problem

Here also is a link to get any of the Shark Manuals that you need.

heatman101

Nov 06, 2009 | Euro-Pro Shark Steam Mop - Gray/ Purple...

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Euro-pro Shark steam mop has a broken handle.


I have broken 4 shark handles, have repaired them its a pain. remove the screws on the handle end of the head pop out the broken handle part, drill a 3/16 hole into the part tap 1/4 inch threads use a countersunk head 1/4 inch bolt screw it together put epoxy on the inside to lock threads reassemble. its a pain. two small keepers lock the swivel together pry out with a screwdriver carefully dont loose them. I broke one shark handle when it was brand new. this repair works good if you like alot of fooling around

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