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PartSelect Number PS1017402
Screws NOT included.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
I just slid a flat head screwdriver under each handle piece (between the original white handles and chrome plate), and slightly twisted. The pieces popped right off. I did this to the top, and bottom pieces covering the handle on the door.After that I used a star like screwdriver (not sure exactly of the size) to unscrew the piece holding the actual handle bar to the door.From there I just reversed my order and put everything back together. Almost like Legos.Really easy job.
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Popped off the tail handles at the top and bottom of each handle. The main handles were attached at the top and bottom with a star-head screw. I filed a flat-head screwdriver blade until I could fit it inside two slots of the star-head screw. Then I removed the screws, took off the old handles, put on the new handles, and put the screws back in. Then I popped the new tail handles back in and the refrigerator looks as good as new.
Simply used flat head screw driver to snap off the upper and lower tail handles, and a star head screw driver to remove the handle and replace them. Saved about $125 in labor costs.
Just like they described in their blog. Should have done it before. Simple. Refrigerator looks like new. I refused to buy a new Refrigerator because the handles. As I said: IT LOOkS liKE BRAND NEW
I just popped the upper and lower tail handle off, unscrewed the door handle, then I screwed in the new door handle and popped the upper and lower tail handle back on. Easy as pie because I was concerned since I am a female.
Placed a used fridge from a friend into a condo I am selling. Thought it would be nice to include, but the yellow handles against the nice white body was UGLY. Found this great site, read reviews, and ordered the parts. Was very easy. Have to have a flathead screwdriver to carefully remove the Upper and Lower Tail pieces. You need an Allen wrench for the Door Handle screws. Its the one that is shaped like an L and has six sides. When putting on the new tail pieces slip the large end on first, it has a tongue that slips into the handle, then pop it in working to the thin end.
Item sat in a garage and needed to be thorougly cleaned of mold that grew in its 2 years off. I had to remove the doors to get them into my new house. The repairs went easy once I figured out how to put the doors back on. This website had excellent detailed schematic drawings. It was very easy to order the parts. I wanted to replace the handles on both doors beacause they didn't clean up at all. Once these handles are soiled, theyre impossioble to clean! So I replaced these parts, and it looks brand new. Thanks fo making everything so easy!
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