How to Register a Shark Cordless


Shark cordless machines include a series of hand vacuums and small floor vacs meant for both carpet and bare floors. The hand vacuums can also be used on upholstery for removing pet hair. If you've purchased a Shark cordless, you will need to register the vacuum in order to get your warranty. You can register your Shark cordless online or by mailing in the registration card.

  • Browse to the manufacturer's website at

  • Click on the "Register Your Product" link at the bottom of the page.

  • Fill out your name, address and contact information in the boxes provided.

  • Locate the model number of your Shark cordless. The information is on a sticker on the back of the unit.

  • Select the name of the store you purchased the Shark cordless from under the drop-down menu. Type the date of purchase and the model number.

  • Complete the short survey questions if inclined.

  • Click "Submit."

Tips & Warnings

  • You can fill out the registration card included with the Shark cordless and mail it in to the manufacturer. Or you can supply the needed information by calling the company's toll-free number at 800-798-7398.

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