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Popular Refrigerator Handles
Refrigerator Handle set (2 pieces) - White
PartSelect Number PS11770473
Manufacturer Part Number 5304506469This Refrigerator Handle set comes in 2 pieces, and measures roughly 17" in length. It can be installed with a screwdriver to allow the door to be opened and closed. If your handle is visibly broken then it should be replaced. Refer to your model number, and user manual to see if this part is right for you. These door handles are not sold individually, so we recommend replacing both handles at one time, or keeping the second one as a spare in case of future repairs. If you require the mounting blocks for the handle, these are sold separately. To make the repair, simply remove the screws at the top of the lower door, and replace the handle, screwing it into place.
GREGORY from CLINTON, MD
Lower handle on door broke offremove screws at top of lower door, replaced with new handle very easy to do. Read more...
Refrigerator Door Handle Set (2 pieces) - Black
PartSelect Number PS11770475
Manufacturer Part Number 5304506471
Lynette from FLUSHING, MI
Refrigerator door handle broke at the top of the door at the screw in point.Removed the old handle and lined up the new one and screwed in. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS427922
Manufacturer Part Number 218428101This white handle can be used with both the freezer door and the fresh food door of many refrigerators. Note: As per the manufacturer, this handle includes the mounting block and screw for the top of the handle. If you need the screw for the bottom, it must be ordered separately. This is a simple repair that only requires a Phillips screwdriver. You will remove the 2 screws located on the top of the fridge door and slide the old handle out of place. Take your new handle and use your screwdriver to position back into place.
Lisa from Linton, ND
Door handle broke offFirst I removed the top screws, then I slide it off the lower screw that is hidden behind the handle. I replaced the handle by sliding it onto the bottem first then attaching it onto the top with the two top screws. Read more...
Refrigerator Freezer Door Handle Kit - White
PartSelect Number PS9864030
Manufacturer Part Number WR12X22148This door handle kit includes handles for both the refrigerator and freezer. It also includes a plug for the handle. These handles make it easy for you to open and close your appliance door. If they are cracked or damaged, it is a good idea to replace them. The refrigerator door handle is approximately 19 inches in length, and the freezer door handle is approximately 18 5/8 inches in length. These handles are white in color. You will need a screwdriver to successfully install the new handles on your appliance. This kit does not include the screws required for installation.
Arles from RADCLIFF, KY
Handle Broke next to screws because improperly tightened at installation to switch handlesRemoved the old handles with a phillips bit and 20V drill for freezer handle. Popped out plug with screwdriver on bottom screw of refrigerator handle and used star bit for this one screw on refrigerator door handle and phillips for other 2 screws. Positioned handles one at a time on proper door and then manually tightened all the screws with phillips screwdriver so as to not crack the handles. Used the 20V drill set on a torque setting for the star screw. After screws were in, i then put in the new screw cover over the one screw on refrigerator door and I was finished. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS2368270
Manufacturer Part Number 297311201The screws and trims are NOT included with this handle.
Kimberly from Edmon ton, KY
I broke the door handle off while moving.Partselect made it easy and affordable to replace the part myself. It arrived on the 3rd day after ordering. Thanks Read more...
Smooth Door Handle Kit - Black
PartSelect Number PS9494525
Manufacturer Part Number WR12X22183This kit includes both refrigerator and freezer handles. It is used for replacing refrigerator doors handles
Sandy from Clawson, MI
Broken door handleI'm a 73 year old female but this was easy pezy. 3 screws and it was done. Perfect fit.. Read more...
Freezer Door Handle
PartSelect Number PS11743615
Manufacturer Part Number WP67005140This is a door handle for your refrigerator or freezer, which allows you to easily open and close the door. Take note that the screws are not included when you order this part; you will need to keep the screws from your old handle when making this repair. You are going to need a Phillips screwdriver and either a flat-blade screwdriver or a putty knife for this repair. This handle is white and is nine inches long by almost four inches wide.
David from Vineyard Haven, MA
freezer door handle started to crack at one endI removed two screws and the old handle. I installed the new handle with the two screws. Read more...
Handle Mounting Block
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PartSelect Number PS427804
Manufacturer Part Number 218396700Sold individually.
Roy F from Oakdale, CA
Broken Handle on Main DoorUnscrewed the old screws and removed broken piece of handle. Put new screws in for handle to latch in. Swung handle in place and put the 2 special screws in top of handle. Job done. With the correct parts from Parts Select The replacement was a breeze. Thanks for your speedy delivery and support. I will definitely continue to get all my various appliance parts from you
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PartSelect Number PS10056095
Manufacturer Part Number WR12X21070This is the replacement door handle for your refrigerator. It has a slightly curved shape, is chrome in color and is approximately 34 inches long and 2 inches wide. The door handle allows you to open and close your refrigerator door, and you will want to replace it if it is damaged or missing. This part is sold individually and is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
Will from PHOENIX, AZ
Broken plastic end on handle.Remove and replace. Unfortunately this is the third handle on this refrigerator. The end is plastic and it works itself loose. If there is the slightest amount of gap it will snap the plastic. Need to tie an allen wrench to the handle and tighten it after every use apparently. Read more...