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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.
One screw would not come out cleanly as the plastic housing from the broken handle had to fished out of the hole. Using pliers to assist with that, once the old plastic was removed, the new part inserted into the hole and using the same screws, I attached the new handle in probably less than 5 minutes. I was extremely pleased that the new handle arrived in much less time than I thought it would...3 days from time of order to install!
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Easy replacement.!I used the tip of the screw driver to remove all the broken parts from the microwave. Cleaned the screw path and screwed the nuts into the handle.
My wife broke the handle on the microwave and asked me to glue it back on. I refused to do such a tacky thing. So I got online and found your site,ordered the part and got it in about 5 days. I fixed it in less than 15 mins. If not for you site I would have a really ugly microwave right now.
Removed 2 old screws and replace with new handle and screwed it on!
HANDLE:1. Removed the 2 screws that used to hold the old handle.2. Reattached the 2 screws to the new handle.LIGHT BULBS:1. Removed the screws that hold the light cover in place.2. Replaced the bulbs.3. Screwed the cover back in place.
Opened microwave and removed screws to the door handle from the inside face of the microwave oven door. Once the screws were removed, I removed the broken handle pieces, placed the new handle in the existing holes, and reattached the handle using the original screws. All this was done in under 5 minutes.
Before ordering the new handle, I tried super glue which did not solve the problem. I used my cordless drill to remove some super glue so the handle would slip right into place. I then used the screw driver to secure the handle.
Removed the screw from the broken piece. Put the new handle in the proper location and screw it tight to the door. It is like new now and my wife is very happy to have it ready for the holidays.Jim Maholic
The repair was very simple i just removed the plug from outlet and removed the 4 screws in oven and the 3 on back of stove then unpluged the 2 wires on element and then removed element from oven and then reversed process and then was back to broiling supper only took 10-15 mins tops.The service and customer service were a great help had part and was shiped and was back inservice in less than 2 days. Door handle was replaced within above time the removed 2 screws, and then installed new handle. Thanks Benny
Removed the two screws (top and bottom) from the interior of the door which allowed the handle to be removed. Positioned the new handle and secured it with the two screws that were used previously
Two screws. Too easy.
When the handle broke again, I had to remove the old glue. That part was the most difficult. After that, it was a snap to install the new part. I was a little afraid that I may have ordered the wrong part but there was a 30 day return policy so I went ahead and ordered it. My son was so proud that I had fixed it myself!
I ordered the part and received it within 2 days, despite my expectations of one week. My husband undid the screws, attached the new handle and screwed it in. It was that simple! And to think that I was ready to phone an appliance repair man!
The door handle on the microwave had broken at the bottom fastener, and several glue repair attempts had proved futile over time. After removing the existing handle, I needed to bore the existing hole a little, to remove glue and plastic remnants. So I used a 5/16" drill bit and bored the hole to a depth of about 1/8." Once this was done, I used the existing fasteners and attached the new door handle. No movement in the handle when the door is pulled.
Replaced the handle with a new one with only two screws.At least the original lasted 15 years
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