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Handle portion of suitcase is falling apart
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: handle on oven door falling
Murray...after a DJ here in NY from the '60's!
First, why is the handle falling off? Is it loose or damaged? Most of these handles are only plastic with holes tapped in. If the holes are damaged and you can't fix them, you will have to replace. Most handles are through bolted in the door. You should be able to access those screws from the inside of the door. If not....
How do take a door apart: First locate any screws in the bottom of the door. Remove them. Open the door and remove screws from the sides and inside of door. Get help supporting the outside of the door and note that it will snap shut when you remove any weight from the door. Caution, most door glass is not well clipped in...it may come loose!!!! You may want to take pictures of the inside of the door once you open it. Once the door is apart, locate any fasteners holding the handle and attempt to tighten them. If not successful, you'll need that new handle. Get an extra set of hands to help with removal and reinstallation of that door skin. You'll need 'em!
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
I'm not sure what you want us to do about this--as long as the computer is under warranty, you're covered.
Otherwise I'd suggest you get a tube of silicone seal and glue it back together. Won't affect the operation.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
Testimonial: "Glueing might work. On the other hand, maybe I will just remove what is useful from the case and build something else. Thanks."
SOURCE: I bought a samsonite
You most likely purchased a fake product. East Asian countries are famous for knockoff goods that are sold to tourists. It is highly doubtful that you purchased the product that the shopkeep claimed you did.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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