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PartSelect Number PS232251
The screws are sold separately.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This white door handle does not come with screws. You can use the existing ones or order new.
This handle is almond. Screws are NOT included.
Took a total of 5 minutes to replace the handle including going and getting the philips head. Unscrew from inside door and replace. Piece of cake.
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Removed the 2 screws then the handle and then replaced the handle with the new one and placed the screws. Very easy and did not take much time!!!!
Removed the screws on the inside of the microwave door that held the handle on the front in place. The old, broken handle easily came off. The new piece fix perfectly and we just put the screws back in. Back in service!
I used pliers to grasp the remaining door handle stubs and removed the two screws. Then I installed the new handle with the same screws.
Removed existing screws. Clean where the handle is attached. Attached new handle with existing screws.
Took off what was left of the handle. Put in the new handle. Took less than 2 minutes. Was very surprised when I got the part way sooner than was told. I will definetly buy from you again. You have been added to my "favorites" on my pc.
I was very concerned that I would have to buy a new microwave because the door handle broke. It literally took 2 minutes to find on google, shipped overnight and fixed in 5 minutes for under $50! Woo hoo!!!!
Unable to do the repair. Called Parts Select to verify if handle was correct style for model #. It was correct. The top opening on the microwave door is definitely larger than the bottom opening.
Super easy repair, getting the part was just as easy. I did a simple search with the model number and was able to verify that the part I was ordering was the correct one by using the many pictures and diagrams available.Thank you for providing such a user friendly site as I hate sending stuff back. Although I hope my appliances last a long time if I ever need repair parts again you can be sure that I'll use this site.
1. Removed old handle (removed 2 screws).2. Removed and discarded old handle.3. Put new handle in place.4. Replaced and tightened screws. Note: old screws were reused - new screws not supplied with replacement handle.5. Done.6. Time required: less than 5 minutes.RJL
It took about 3 minutes to install this handle. Only two screws and it was done. Thank you for having this part in stock, as the microwave is still in good shape after all this time.
Real simple, removed two screws, lined-up new handle and installed two screws, job done.
The cost for the replacement door handle is outrageous coupled with the overnight shipment I could have bought a band new microwave.In any further repairs are required I'll deal directly with GE.
I unscrewed the one screw holding the handle but had to use a plier on the other screw because the screw was stuck in a small piece of plastic that had broken off the handle so I held the plastic piece in place with the plier and turned the screw with the screwdriver and then it came right outI then just screwed the two old screws right back in to the new handle and it was done!
The repair took only a few ;minutes. Unfortunately it was the second handle I have replaced in the three years we have owned the house. It's an obvious design or materials problem and I see no way of lessening the force needed to open the door. Otherwise the microwave works very well.Larry NilsonEdmonds, Washington
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