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The hose of the Shark Rocket HV301 may need to be replaced if a hole has been worn into it. This can cause weak suction and for your vacuum to not operate properly. If this is the case, follow this guide to replace the hose on your HV301. This guide may also be used to disconnect your hose to remove a blockage.

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  1. Place the base of the vacuum face down so the roller brush is facing you. Locate the five screws and remove the screws using a Phillips #1 screwdriver. You may want to disconnect the base from the stick of the vacuum to make it easier to move around.
    • Place the base of the vacuum face down so the roller brush is facing you.

    • Locate the five screws and remove the screws using a Phillips #1 screwdriver.

    • You may want to disconnect the base from the stick of the vacuum to make it easier to move around.

  2. Locate and remove the two small wheels below the roller brush by prying with a plastic prying tool. This may require some force.
    • Locate and remove the two small wheels below the roller brush by prying with a plastic prying tool.

    • This may require some force.

    WHY are you doing this to replace the hose???? This is not needed and they are a pain to push back in. Model UV450.

    Peter Mattson - 답글

  3. Locate and twist the three plastic screws to the unlock position with a quarter or flathead screwdriver. Pull up on the plate covering the roller brush and remove it. Pull up on the plate covering the roller brush and remove it.
    • Locate and twist the three plastic screws to the unlock position with a quarter or flathead screwdriver.

    • Pull up on the plate covering the roller brush and remove it.

    It seems like there are three more screws to remove at this point. Once the plate covering the roller brush is removed there is one screw in the center behind the roller brush and two screws in front of the roller brush on the outside corners. All of these must be removed to complete the next step.

    Lance Davies - 답글

    There are actually 10 screws to remove on my version. The design is slightly different from the photos.

    Peter Mattson - 답글

  4. Turn the vacuum over so the roller brush is on the ground. Grab the vacuum on both sides of the hose and pull up to remove the top of the vacuum halfway. Grab the vacuum on both sides of the hose and pull up to remove the top of the vacuum halfway.
    • Turn the vacuum over so the roller brush is on the ground.

    • Grab the vacuum on both sides of the hose and pull up to remove the top of the vacuum halfway.

    no mention of removing nine screws from the base side

    n7qbz - 답글

  5. Gently pinch head of cable and pull upwards until upper casing disconnects from vacuum and proceed with removing upper casing. Return the vacuum to its original position with the roller brush facing you. Locate the screw to the right of the vacuum hose, close to the right wheel, and remove the screw with a Phillips #2 screwdriver.
    • Gently pinch head of cable and pull upwards until upper casing disconnects from vacuum and proceed with removing upper casing.

    • Return the vacuum to its original position with the roller brush facing you.

    • Locate the screw to the right of the vacuum hose, close to the right wheel, and remove the screw with a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

  6. Pull on the dark gray end of the hose that attaches to the roller brush chamber to remove the hose from the base. This may require some force. Twist the hose out of the chamber that attaches the stick to the base.
    • Pull on the dark gray end of the hose that attaches to the roller brush chamber to remove the hose from the base.

    • This may require some force.

    • Twist the hose out of the chamber that attaches the stick to the base.

    How do you get the rest of it out. There is NO way to just twist the hose out of the chamber. Please be detailed in explaining.

    Nick Verciglio - 답글

    Not simply twist but UNSCREW THE HOSE.

    Nick Verciglio - 답글

    Hey anyone figure this out. Which way do I twist the hose? My problem is the tear in my hose make it hard to grip it and twist. Can the swivel apparatus be removed. If I could get that off I'd just tape the hose. This is a pain in arse

    mlinds10 - 답글

    Rightie tighty, lefty loosie!

    Suzannne Scheans -

    this is a reverse thread. Not lefty Lucy Rightie tightie.

    Joe horton -

    It has glue on the end which keeps it secure. Pull it apart, it will come out as the wire sperates and then you can remove glue before replacing.

    curt_melissa - 답글

    Where can I order the hose? What's the part number?

    Bryan - 답글

    Where do we buy the those? This must be a throw away sweeper. Had a shark at work and the hose broke in the same way as my rocket. Need a reinforced hose in this location

    Pauline hoy - 답글

    I was able to get the cracked hose out, but it destroyed it. Where can I buy the replacement tube?

    Russel Rodenbeck - 답글

    Has anyone found a replacement hose?

    lmonta60 - 답글

    I have not found replacement, but since my hose was not totally destroyed (hanging together by a smidgen) I bought FLEX TAPE (as seen on TV that is nuclear sticky) and held together & taped. Be careful, it is not repositionable & you have 1 chance to stick it.

    pfflyers -

    Home Depot has the replacement hose. $9 for 6 feet. The brand name is Everbuilt Bilge and Pump. It’s white and comes rolled up. Make sure the hose diameter is 1 1/8”.

    No Flat Land -

    Hi all, took the advise to go to home depot and buy the bilge pump hose for $9.00 . This does the job, works great. Keep in mind there is a bit of difficulty getting the job done, but not that hard to get it done.

    Also there is no part from shark to buy for this machine for hose replacement. Therefore when I called shark to check if this could be obtained from shark, they advised that I would need to purchase the head unit for $100.00 plus shipping.

    chevyss2936 - 답글

    Hi all, thanks for tip about Home Depot hose - threads work perfectly on each end - nice tight fit. Put everything back together and works great! Length of hose is 6”. Now I’ve got 5 lengths of hose for future break ha! I hope Shark gets better with manuals and parts. The vacuum does pick up very well!

    Mark Salzman - 답글

    What length should I cut the Home Depot hose to to duplicate the original segment? Thanks!

    sootyandallene - 답글

    Measure the old hose.

    Tameey Fike -

    What length should I cut the Home Depot hose to duplicate the original hose?

    sootyandallene - 답글

    To remove the old hose, pull it apart at the break to expose the wire and then just pull on the wire until it all comes out.

    ddouglas3d - 답글

    The hose is about 7 inches long. Ebay sellers have it bou home depot hose works and may be more convenient.

    cd barber - 답글

    I was able to basically unravel the hose to pull it out. I then applied MODERATE force to the end fitting in the brush “head” to pop this out. I needed to remove this to allow me to "thread” the new hose up into the “stick”, thread the other end into the fitting, and then pop the fitting into the brush head. The fitting has to come out since both ends are “threaded” and there is no way to properly fit the hose in otherwise.

    Peter Mattson - 답글

    https://www.mcmaster.com/5136K11/ This will work perfectly. 1 7/16 outer diameter, left hand wind, $3.40 per foot, delivered overnight. I’d post a picture but that’s not an option. It looks just like the original hose too. You’re welcome!

    Kevin Spink - 답글

    Where can I buy this hose?

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

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Great instructions, now where do I get the replacement hose. I can't seem to find one anywhere, please tell be where to look

Kay Fisher - 답글

Rob the hose from the hard floor attachment, you probably do not use it as at low speed the brush head is awesome on hard floors.

Suzannne Scheans -

I found a hose that is a perfect fit. EVERBILT 6 ft Bilge and Pump Discharge Hose. 1-1/8 inch ID. Got it at Home Depot.

Nick Verciglio - 답글

How did you get the hose from Home Depot to work? I’d like to try it, and I was hoping you would give some advice.

Joey Griffin -

Thank you so much for this recommendation! The Everbilt Bilge and Pump hose works perfectly!!! And now I have back up if I need to replace it again.

Thank you for the instructions as well Shelby! So much better than spending another $50 on a replacement head!

irishernie -

Oh, why do you recommend removing the screw to the right of the wheel? Seems unnecessary. And the beginning it is definitely not necessary to remove those little wheels. Strange you even mentioned them as completely unrelated

mlinds10 - 답글

Great news. I robbed new hose from the hard floor attachment that I never use ! Love this vacuum and the tutorial was very helpful.

Suzannne Scheans - 답글

I just took everything apart from main head and hard wood floor head to replace hose like u fucken said and the hose is a different size (to big) and won’t fit. thanks for nothing.

Jessica Brown - 답글

I can confirm after destroying my hard floor cleaner - the hoses are DIFFERENT SIZES!!!!

mrsdonnaforcier - 답글

I am not able to find this part “Hoze" for my Shark Rocket HV300.

I will try Lowes tomorrow.

How can u put the hose from hard floor attachment they are didnt sizes

mummy_1947 - 답글

I’ve purchased 2 shark rockets. The 1st Hv 301-40 the 2nd Hv325. After about a year use of each the hose is torn. I called Shark for replacement hoses and was told I need to purchase entire new vacuum head. I think this is ridiculous. All because of a hose? Anyways. The reason I purchased 2nd vacuum was due to torn hose on the original shark vacuum head. I love my shark rockets but I am tired of replacing vacuum yrly all because of a hose. I’m beginning to believe Shark isn’t as good as I believe it to be

angjesfran94 - 답글

I tried the hose from Home Depot (EVERBILT 6 ft Bilge and Pump Discharge Hose. 1-1/8 inch ) last night and it works. The hose costs about $9. I just cut out a section of it and then I was able to get it the thread into the vacuum, just like the original. It doesn’t seem as sturdy as the original hose, but since you get 6 feet of it, there is plenty to replace it again in the future.

Russel Rodenbeck - 답글

I took my old hose from my Shark Rocket HV300 to Home Depot, & the bilge hose is smaller in diameter. But Home Depot also sells FLEX TAPE as seen on TV.

Let's hope the stuff works as advertised!

pfflyers -

The hose from the hard floor attachment is wider than the vacuum hose. I managed to get it pretty tight but ROUGH! I think the suction is compromised

lmonta60 - 답글

Oops! Let me try again…

Instructions are pretty much the same for the Shark Rocket bare floor attachment:

Dust-Away Hard Floor Attachment (HVDA300),

except you don't have any electrical wires & stuff. Unscrew from underneath, unscrew the hose - but I swear it must have been made down under where everything spins in the opposite direction - I believe it was "Righty Loosey, Lefty Tighty" Go figure.

The bilge pump hose diameter was smaller (but I could have probably MacGyvered it). Instead - I resorted to super nuclear black Flex Tape (as seen on TV) from Home Depot. You will need 2 pairs of hands to tape - one to hold the hose together, & one to carefully tape (it is NOT repositionable ; you get one chance).

Lets hope the tape works as advertised!

pfflyers -

Home Depot part worked like a charm!

cpkircher - 답글

eleictrical tape works great. you have to be able to go around the people that builds this $@$* sometimes,that’s how they screw the people

DALLAS - 답글

Another day of my life that I will NEVER get back. While this forray into vacuum cleaner repair was moderately successful, it sure would have been nice to be able to wander down to the vacuum cleaner parts store and just buy this part without all the drama. Yes, the Home Depot hose did work, it’s not exactly the same size but it’s usable (don’t bother with Lowes. It doesn’t work). You have to buy 6’ of washing machine drain hose, otherwise noted in this atricle, but you’ll be neeeding it, trust me. Apparently the Shark Corporation has decided that you should buy a new vacuum once a year, and that may be the way we go going forward. My wife really likes it and that’s the end game here, i’m stuck. I spent a total of about 6 hours on this. It’s not likely that I will be doing it again without a steak dinner and a really nice trail of rose petals leading…. well….. that way…

Matthew Grills - 답글

This was a great tutorial. I used this info to replace the hose on a Shark Rocket Deluxe Pro (model HV324). Besides a few extra screws installation was spot on. I used the hose from Home Depot (EVERBILT 6 ft Bilge and Pump Discharge Hose. 1-1/8 inch). The wife says it works better than ever. The hose knows…

Jerry Pfenninger - 답글

I need to replace the hose on the carpet attachment and found I needed Hex set. So I bought a 8 pc. Hex Temper Resist L- WR set with the smallest at 3/8”. It seems to be to big to remove the screws on the neck of the carpet attachment. Any suggestions?

tlchomecleaning2007 - 답글

I used the HD 1-1/8” Bilge Pump hose to repair our HV322’s split hose. The lower hose I bought on-line for a Shark HV322 was 1-1/4” (too big). Unsure why some posts conflict on the hose diameter. The original hose is screwed into both ends left handed threads & is glued with a rubber cement type adhesive. I used a heat gun to soften the adhesive by just blowing hot air thru the hose. It made unscrewing the old hose much easier. The HD Bilge hose is ribbed not spiral wire reinforced like the original but it does thread in ok. Looked like a good fix when I reassembled the vacuum time will tell. Thanks for the help! Mike

Mike Koyoumjian - 답글

Were it not for this post, I would NEVER have been able to repair my Shark Rocket PetVac. I purchased a replacement hose but couldn’t install it. My vacuum was slightly different from the one shown but the same principle applied. I’m a 70 year old female and not very mechanical. Thanks!!

carolyn.ash99 - 답글

What is recommended to attach the ends of the hose.  I saw a recommendation for rubber cement.  Any other ideas?

denise.brody - 답글

GREAT directions. I don’t understand peoples confusion over where to get parts…. I just ordered the replacement hose I needed from the Shark website… it was easy.

Frankly I am looking forward to it arriving so I can try these instructions!

ric - 답글

Not for the Shark Rocket 301 you didn’t.

Calhoun -

Correct, I have an HV322…. and it was the wrong part anyway. %#*@

ric -

The article title says Shark Rocket 301 - those complaining about other models need to learn to read. In any case, in Canada, the hose needed is Canada Tubing Bilge Pump Hose, 1 1/8 Inch Diameter X 6 Ft Length from Home Depot (there’s another brand at Canadian Tire looks exactly the same twice the price).  I left the stiff end on for the upper connection and screwed the other end into the threaded fitting at the other end.  The stiff end slides back and forth as you tilt the head and this relieves the stretch/tear.

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Calhoun - 답글

I have a Shark tru pet market del hv320w and this is the second time the hose has split. Bought whole new head last time. Do you know what tool I need to get screws out. They are not Phillips. I have the bilge hose to do replacement. I’m hoping you can help me.

jmlanders3 - 답글

If they’re not Philips then probably torx - if you have a local mechanic or mechanical buddy have them look at it.

Colin Tanner - 답글

Thank you for the tutorial, was able to take apart the whole bottom part. There is a few screws you did not list, and also forgot to mention some are longer than others, again some are thicker than others as well. Anyways, could not find the 1-1/8” ID hose another user mentioned, I bought the EASTMAN 1-5/8-in x 6-ft PVC Bilge Pump Discharge Tubing from Lowe’s. The plastic is soft so it was able to tread in for the most part, tube was a little big, has a 1-1/4” ID, you need just a hair smaller (1-1/8”) for a perfect fit. Vacuum works now, thank you.

A.L. - 답글

no info on removing old hose and replacing w new one. also the top did not come off as described. i would give a 50% rating and thats generous.

steven - 답글

also i found the hose on ebay for 9 bucks and its much heavier duty than the junk one they put on originally.

steven - 답글

theres other tips the guy who did the instructions could have done like make sure parts are lined up including the new hose. to be honest the instructions are done half assed at best.

steven - 답글

the instructor only missed the screw amount by three.

steven - 답글

the instructor also forgot to mention that when the case is opened dust and dirt will go everywhere. i see they use a brand new one in the tutorial.

steven - 답글

Thanks so much for posting this! Got my hose from Home Depot and my Shark now works as good as new. A total lifesaver :)

Mrfixit1974 - 답글

Nick V. I love you!!

I tried to find and order this hose to no avail. I found a forum that said use the hose off of your hard floor head so I got excited about that and tried it. It was too big. I found and bought a hose that measured to what I thought worked but, again, was too big (barely). Could not find any parts schematic for the HV301 anywhere. Came across this forum and was thinking the same thing as others - were do you find the hose. Nick to the rescue. The ironic thing is I already had this hose in my garage. I cut the hose to 6” and worked perfect. < EVERBILT 6 ft Bilge and Pump Discharge Hose. 1-1/8 inch ID. Got it at Home Depot.> This will run about 10$ and you will have way more than you need incase this happens again!!

Brian Sarslow - 답글

The large hose threads are reversed. I had trouble removing and installing the hose until I realized. It made the process so much easier.

Brandon Summey - 답글

After replacing the hose it doesn't have the suction anymore.

gorby85 - 답글

How do you prevent the split to begin with? I’ve replaced 6 hoses in the last 2 years and the current hose only lasted a month.

coryhasabeard - 답글

This article was incredibly helpful. A couple of points:

1. when removing screws, keep track of where they go, one is longer than the others

2. There is a sixth screw underneath the brush cover.

3. It is VERY hard to get the old hose out. I had to unravel it in sections. It screws in, but might have been glued in originally.

4. If you use the Everbilt Bilge Hose (which does fit) note that it does not include a wire inside to strengthen it, nor do the ribs match the contours of where it is supposed to screw into each end. So you just have to force it in (I used needle nose pliers to pull it through). I also wrapped duct tape around the middle of the hose (do not do this on the ends otherwise it won’t fit into the sleeves) to strengthen it.

On Step 4, it is very difficult to separate the top and bottom half. I had to pry screwdrivers in there to pop it apart, it takes a lot of force. Also, on Step 5, I didn’t totally separate the top from the bottom, there’s plenty of room to work the hose in.

b333 - 답글

You DO NOT have to remove the tiny front wheels or rollers! You also do not have to remove the whole top and disconnect that electronic connection. BUT what you need to know is to disconnect the hose from the lower end it requires no force if you get a small flat screwdriver underneath the collar and give it a pop. When putting in the new bilge pump hose, cut off the straight non ribbed portion of it and discard. Connect it to the top piece first by twisting COUNTER CLOCKWISE. Sorry I didn’t measure the length for you so you’ll have to guess at it. Then insert it into the bottom collar also Counter Clockwise until you’re unable to twist it. Getting it back together is a little tricky too especially snapping all that plastic together. It will go just make sure the top piece with the hose fits Those grooves. I also don’t think you need to remove that screw and whit plastic clip in Diagram #5 either.

P Blask - 답글

So how to I actually replace the hose? Plus I see absolutely no need to take off the small front wheels what is the point of that?

Julie Booker - 답글

Wow. I loved the step by step instructions along with pictures. You made it super easy. Thank you so much.

LONNESHA HARDWICK - 답글

This article is about an HV301 - that hose is for a 302. They are different.

Calhoun -

Apparently torx screws on my shark vacuum so can’t get out. Can I find the right torx screwdriver to remove? Don’t want to waste money and get wrong one already bought replacement hose from eBay. Can’t believe manufacturers are allowed to do this, creating more landfill. Determined not to give up and to fix my vacuum, not buy a replacement! Help appreciated.

Wendy - 답글

Hoes listed for this model of shark on ebay. amazon also has the kit to repair the shark series mentioned here.

Don Allen - 답글

parts for the shark series can be found on ebay and amazon

Don Allen - 답글

I'm looking for hard floor surface attachment

Carol Dewaele - 답글

Having had the same issue with my Shark, I went into my bag of tricks and found this: https://www.mcmaster.com/5136K11/ It is a clear flexible hose with a left hand wind, 1 7/16 outer diameter and it’s only $3.40 per foot. I bought a foot (which is the minimum buy) so I’ll have two hoses. McMaster delivers overnight. Shipping is a bit on the high side - $8.64 and it will probably vary depending on where you live, but it’s the perfect fit and well worth it - it screws right into the fittings on either end. I don’t work for McMaster but when I worked as a design engineer they were the “go to” place when you needed something “sooner than possible”. If they don’t have it, you probably don’t need it. Blessings, Kevin

Kevin Spink - 답글

How in the heck do you screw the hose into smaller threaded fitting?

Ruth Elizabeth - 답글

Using these instructions and even the comments about the additional screws and I couldn’t get it apart enough to get the hose out. Ended up having to pry it unnaturally so much that now I’m giving up. Going to buy a new one of the same though as it was a great vacuum for four years for us and is only about $150.

Brian Haugen - 답글

Great instructions! But if you can give the length of the hose please. Ordered mine from your site, through Amazon and comes in a random length. My hose which, I replaced had to cut down 2x's to make it fit correctly. My hose pulled out in pieces and could not measure. Otherwise, I did it with the easy instructions. Thank you.

Janet Bailey - 답글

Remember: the hose tightens and loosens opposite to a light bulb. Remember: "righty tighty, lefty loosey?" It's the OTHER way: counter-clockwise to tighten, clockwise rotation to loosen.

Rob Wolfe - 답글

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