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Hi All
Up Date on shark no steam no light.
The fuse that controls the steam is a thermal fuse, 192c ,10 am 250 volt.
Now that may sound strange to some one who dose not know fuses, but Radio Shack carries them and there $3 bucks!
If there is a handy person you know, they should have no problem replacing the fuse. I just fixed ours in about 30 min. but I work on electronics. If the Shark gets to hot this fuse will blow to prevent overload or fire so don't put bigger fuse in it!!
FYI you have to take All the screw out and open up the unit fuse is burried look for yellow clear film (thats the color mine was), the film is wrapping the fuse. Good luck

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did you vacuum it up and throw away when you dumped the hopper

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If you can dismantle it you will either discover a number of separate cells glued and soldered to a circuit board or a battery pack connected by wires.

Both ebay and Amazon are likely to be able to provide a replacement for either much cheaper than replacing the vac, though in the case of a battery pack it might be necessary to make a minor modification to the wire/plug.

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Hello, Lana -

It looks like the Hoover F5835-900 is a steam cleaner. This is the link to a Sears PartsDirect website where you can download the manual:

It was easy to locate. I used Google and entered the following search phrase: Hoover F5835-900

Best wishes.

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