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Handle Support - White
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PartSelect Number PS8753758
Manufacturer Part Number WB06X10943
This part is a replacement handle support for your microwave door. The handle support is the part that connects the handle to the microwave door. Occasionally the handle supports can become loose and damaged, and need to be replaced. This part is white in color and is sold individually. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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Cheryl from AURORA, IL
Tray and Handle were broken.
Removed the outer frame on the inside of the door. Then I removed the metal frame to get to the handle screws. Removed the handle screws and replaced the broken handle with the new one. Then put everything else back together. For the tray. I just put the new one on the rotating wheel. Read more...
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$68.09
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Door Handle - Stainless Steel
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PartSelect Number PS8754188
Manufacturer Part Number WB15X21101
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$110.73
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Door Handle with Screws - Black
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PartSelect Number PS2583001
Manufacturer Part Number 5304477398
This handle includes the screws. It is used for replacing the door handles of refrigerators
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  • Door not closing properly
  • Door stuck closed
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Tommy from Spring Hill, TN
The plastice door handle broke off at the ends on the front of the microwave
Let me start by saying that this model microwave is nice, but there shouldn't be a plastic handle placed on it when it is mounted above a gas stove-top. The manufacturer should know this but I guess it was a poor decision on their part.

I popped the inside of the door off of the microwave. I then unscrewed the two screws that were holding the next bracket on and popped it off the door. When you take the second piece of the door off, then the glass and front come apart. You can then unscrew the two screws the hold the handle on. Replace the old handle with the new one and work back in the steps you took. A small tipped screw driver is a must.
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$50.51
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Door Handle
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PartSelect Number PS232102
Manufacturer Part Number WB15X10022
Screws NOT included.
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Eduardo from Cypress, TX
Door handle broke
I removed a plastic cover that goes around the glass on the back of the microwave, There are two screws that hold the handle, I took the two screws out, put the new handle in place and put the screws back on and thight them. Make sure handle was secured and then put back the plastic cover around the glass door, took me about 15 minutes. Read more...
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$24.37
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Door Handle
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PartSelect Number PS2369996
Manufacturer Part Number WB15X10248
This is the replacement door handle for your microwave. It is made of black plastic and is sold individually. It is approximately 14 inches in length and 1 inch in width. The door handle allows you to open and close the microwave door. The main reason you would want to replace it is if it is damaged. To replace the handle, you will need to use a putty knife or a flat blade screwdriver to pop the cover off the inside ridge of the microwave door. This will allow you to access the bottom of two screws that hold the arm in place. This is an OEM part from the manufacturer.
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Patrick from BEAVERCREEK, OH
Needle nose pliers
Unscrewed broken handle and removed it... once new handle arrived screwed it on. Read more...
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$87.67
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Handle - White
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PartSelect Number PS1147400
Manufacturer Part Number 316443601
Mounting screws are sold separately.
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$82.26
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Door Handle
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PartSelect Number PS556624
Manufacturer Part Number 8184264
This is the handle ONLY. The screws are sold separately.
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  • Door not closing properly
  • Door stuck closed
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Madeleine from Edgefield, SC
Door handle broke at bottom
First -- and this was the key to success -- I watched a couple of Youtube videos on "Replacing a microwave door handle". As one video suggested, I placed a large towel underneath where I was working (over the stovetop) to catch any falling parts but this proved unnecessary. Once I removed the two screws from the end of the door, the inside of the door pried off easily with a screwdriver. It did want to drop quickly though, so be ready to hang onto it. The handle was attached with two screws (which I reused, no problem). It took a few minutes to re-insert the inside of the door into the frame, but once that's done, you just re-install the two end screws and you're finished. Read more...
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$65.12
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Door Handle - Black
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PartSelect Number PS1533002
Manufacturer Part Number 5304458312
With mounting screws.
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Charles from THOMASVILLE, GA
The screw holes for the previous handle became stripped. The new handle came with longer screws which shoul d prevent stripping.
Taped face of the oven door with masking tape to hold in in place while screwing the new screws into the new handle. Read more...
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$32.29
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Lower Handle End Cap - Stainless Steel
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PartSelect Number PS2582956
Manufacturer Part Number 5304477330
This is a lower handle end cap for a microwave door. It covers the end of the microwave door handle. The cap measures approximately 2 inches by 2.5 inches and is stainless steel. It is located at the lower end of the door handle. This is an authentic OEM replacement part. It is recommended to get a technician to replace this part because your microwave door contains shielding components. Replacing this part on your own may cause leaks in the door. Your microwave should be tested for leaks in the microwave shield to ensure safe operating of your appliance.
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Aaron from BAYTOWN, TX
Lower Door handle broke
Used spatula to remove inner door plastic beauty-ring to get to the eight (?) screws that hold the door together. Removed enough of the eight screws to gain BETTER access to the screw needed to secure the lower door handel. Secured door handle then reassembled door. Read more...
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$72.89
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Door Handle - Stainless
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PartSelect Number PS11749865
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10187840
Handle only.
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Raymond from Bishop, CA
Broken handle
Remove the door by lifting up the hinge side so that the two hinge pins disengage from the steel hinge brackets.This can be a bit fiddly so just keep wiggling the door until one of them pops off.
Remove the plastic cover trim piece that surrrounds the window, exposing the phillips head screws that secure the door to the handle.
Remove the screws to un-install the old handle, they are deep set so if they fall out of the door you will need needle nose pliers to pout them back into the door.
Set teh new handle in place and tighten the screws down snuggly.
Retrace your steps... snap the plastic trim back in place and reset teh door on it's hinges (once again this can be a bit fiddly so take your time.

Eat a Burrito!
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