Shark CZ2000 Series Troubleshooting

If you are having problems with your Shark CZ2000 Series Vacuum Cleaner, you are not alone. Many Shark CZ2000 Series owners experience issues with their vacuum cleaner from time to time, and it can be frustrating to deal with these problems.

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Shark CZ2000 Series Vacuum Cleaner Problems

Below are common issues and solutions for the Shark CZ2000 Series:

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Solution:

  • My Shark CZ2000 Series has no or low suction
    • Plug in and turn on the vacuum.
  • My Shark CZ2000 Series will not turn on or turn off on its own.
    • The vacuum cleaner is equipped with a motor-protective thermostat. If for some reason your vacuum overheats, the thermostat will automatically turn the unit off. Wait 60 minutes for the vacuum to cool; in the meantime follow the steps below.
  • The brush roll is not spinning
    • Ensure the unit is plugged in and is in setting II, Carpet mode. Step on the floor nozzle and tilt the handle back to engage the brush roll. Check the headlight indicator lights.
  • My Shark CZ2000 Series is making an unusual noise
    • Remove the dust cup by sliding up the release tab on the side of the dust cup handle. Tilt the dust cup away from the wand, then lift it off.
    • Hold the dust cup over a trash receptacle, then press the upper release button on the back of the dust cup and the lid will drop open. Tap gently to empty the contents. Close the dust cup lid, pressing until it clicks into place.
    • Open the top lid on the dust cup by lifting the upper release tab on the front, near the Shark logo. Make sure no debris is blocking the airflow through the cone-shaped screen inside the dust cup.
    • Plug in and turn on the vacuum without the dust cup on.
  • There is a burning smell
    • If the smell is an out-of-the-box unit, This may be a new motor smell for the first couple of uses.
    • Turn off and unplug the vacuum. Inspect the power cord and plug for exposed wires, burns, or obvious damage.
  • The stroller is not spinning
    • Ensure the unit is plugged in and turned onto the Carpet setting
    • Tilt the handle back to engage the brush roll. Check the indicator light.
  • The cord reel is stuck or jammed
  • Ensure the cord is fully extended from the unit. Press the cord retraction button on the pod to activate cord retraction.
  • The brush roll is not self-cleaning
    • Anti Hair Wrap technology actively removes hair from the brush roll while the vacuum is running. If you see hair wrapped around the brush roll, please perform the following steps.
    • Go to a place in your home with hard flooring, or low-pile carpet. Turn the vacuum on. Select the Carpet setting and the highest suction level. Tilt the handle back. Run the vacuum for 30 seconds.
    • Shut off and unplug the vacuum. Inspect the floor nozzle for hair on the main brush roll. If some of the hair has been removed, the technology is working. Extend cleaning time in carpet mode for all the hair to be removed.
  • Soft Roller not Spinning
    • Plug in the vacuum and turn on the carpet setting.
    • Tilt the handle back to engage the brush roll. Check the brush roll indicator light.

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