Removing Broken Refrigerator Handles
Refrigerator Handles – To enhance the aesthetic qualities of the assembly of a door. Many modern manufacturers are producing today knobs that come with false plates ornament. This plate covers the operational assembly of the door handle and the screws. The end result is a streamlined design, but nevertheless, difficult access to the screws to remove the handle until you knows how to remove the trim plate.
Instructions: Examine the edge of the metal plate refrigerator handles on the inner side of the door, and for hidden and recessed screw. This screw holds the board in place and usually is sunk into the side of the plate, making it difficult to see with the naked eye. Find an Allen wrench that fits the screw, trying with each assembly until it fits one. Insert the tip of the key in the screw, and turn it in reverse clockwise until the faceplate slide freely.
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It may be that sometimes the door refrigerator handles uses another screw as one Philips head. If so, use a Philips screwdriver instead of an Allen wrench. Remove the plate motif front of the door. The faceplate can get away completely, depending on the design of the door handle. If this were not so, turn the plate until the screws are accessible from the base. And then use a Phillips screwdriver to remove them.