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PartSelect Number PS11738211
This white refrigerator door handle is just over eighteen inches long. If the hinges are on the left side of your refrigerator, then this handle becomes the freezer door handle. Made mostly of plastic, but also of a little metal, this handle has a strip of metal up one side for decoration.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
I removed the screws holding the old, cracked handle in place, and used the same screws to affix the new handle, which fit perfectly. The whole job, including a bit of cleaning to remove the scuzz that had built up around the top and bottom of the handle over 13 years' time, took about 5 minutes. Note: the screw at the bottom is covered by a small plastic tab (easily removed by prying, gently, with a screwdriver), which doesn't come with the new handle, so if covering the screw matters to you, don't break or lose the old one!
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Inserted the glass shelf into position - very easy. Replaced the broken door handle. Note - the screws that held the handle in place and a plastic insert that covered the screws were not included with the repair parts. Fortunately, I had kept the old ones. Otherwise, the repair was very easy.
I removed the 3 screws that held the handle on refrigerator, then cleaned up the grime before putting on the new handle, which fit perfectly. The only complaint I have was there were no new screws with the handle. I am a single woman and this was a very easy project for me. I am very satisfied with the product, and with the fast delivery.
unscrewed the side rail and rotated it to remove it from the rest of the assembly. Then ran the humidity tape through the new one and screwed it on. put it back in the ref and put the glass back on and the drawers and it was done!removed the old handles and replace with the new. It was all very simple.
Both handles had become unsightly. Cleaning with various household products failed to restore the white appearance. Use of stronger solvents softened the finish material and made the stain permanent. Replacement of the handles appeared to be the only remedy.Snap-in covers on the sides of the handles had to be popped to reveal screws, one under each cover. Two other obvious screws were removed. The Amana logo plate had to be removed by un-bending two retention tabs, flipped over, then re-installed. The parts supplied do not include new screws or screw covers, all of which have to be re-used.
I removed the old screws, removed the handles and replced the handles with the new handles
Removed the old handle, did a little clean-up of the refrigerator door, inserted the new handle and used the old screws to secure it. The fit was perfect.
Removed old handle. Cleaned area. Installed new handle. Remember to save small cover at bottom of old handle.
removed the three screws, removed the broken handles, put the new ones in places and screwd the screws that iI had removed back in place. it was very very simple
First I removed the old handle by removing the 3 screws holding it in place. There are 2 on the top and 1 at the side of the door. When I began to put the new handle on it became apparent that the metal frame inside the handle was not aligned perfectly with the old screw holes. The plastic is not even with the door horizontally on the top, but it fits otherwise. Be careful not to over tighten the screws when installing. Pretty easy overall.
removed 3 phillips jead screws. removed old hangle. cleaned around the site of old grime./ smile. positioned new handle, applied the 3 screws, tightened, and " whalah" like new.
Replacement was extraordinarily easy. It took about 5 minutes, including the time to find my tools and put them away after I was done. As others have warned, only the handle itself was shipped. The trickiest part was being careful not to break the little plastic cover at the bottom of the handle when I pried it off. Apparently a screwdriver under any edge would have worked okay. There were three Phillips-head screws (replacements were not included in the package!) - and that was it.
I used a phillips screw driver to remove the screws. The toughest part was removing the lower screw cover so that it could be reused. Piece of cake!
Removed 2 screws from top and removed bottom cap cover to access the bottom two screws for its removal. Replaced handle by using the same screws and put back the small plastic cap cover and DONE.
Removed old handle with a total of three screws, two on top and one on bottom of handle. Replaced with new handle and put existing screws back in place. Very easy!
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