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How do you put the handle back on a sabora frying pan when u take it off?

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The handle is suppose to come off of a Sabora frying pan. It was made that way. Only, I've never been able to get it off, so I always left mine one. Now, somehow, my husband got it off. I'm not sure how to get mine on either. No rivets necessary (it just slips on and off anyway). I'll come back and repost if I find the directions online.

Posted on May 27, 2013

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    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sabora-Induction...

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    Maria gillespie Mar 01, 2017

    I also have a sabora 20cm and use it without the handle as I can't get it back on was there a screw with it ???

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Http://www.castey.co.uk/tips/4576254626

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