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My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.
You did not provide a model number which is located on the upper inside wall of your fresh food section. So, I can not be accurate in regards to your unit.
1.) Inspect your handles. Are there 3/32" allen wrench screws at the top and bottom? If so back off the screws until the handle comes off. Then tighten the screw on the refrigerator door. Put handle back on the and tighten the 3/32" screws.
2.) No external screws - Then the handles are held on in a slip in slot fashion. Pull up on the door handle. This is going to take a little mussel. Remove the door handle. Tighten the screws on the door and the back of the handle. Slide handle back into place.
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Ok let's do this you need to have tool to remove window crank handle then remove door panel look for screws in arm rest then panel should be held on by plastic push pins remove the by prying door panel with screw driver after removal look at crank handle shaft you will find bolts attaching mechanism to door get help from another person to hold the glass after removing bolts you can work the unit to remove glass from the unit then reinstall glass into the unit and put back in reverse order this will take lots of patience but you can do this the glass is in a metal frame with rollers that slide into the mechanical window regulator make sure glass goes back into the window felt track during reinstall hope this helps.
Remove the triangle Piece at top by Mirror, it just snapps off, usually have to dig retainers out and slide back on for installation. then pull your window switch assembly out (snapps out also) watch for retainers falling off. next pull the Bezel off around the inner door handle snaps off, then there is a screw than holds it on and another screw in arm rest if I remember right then after screws are out grab by arm rest and slide the whole panel upwards and then pull off, there are pins that fit in a hole and then they slide or hook over inner door and screws hold in place. I would advise replacing the whole unit or you will be back in there again soon.Dorman company makes a lifetime window regulator assembly/with motor for around $100.00 and there are 4-5 10mm bolts that hold it in place, you can plug the switch to move window up or down to align with the 2 circle holes towards top of door frame, this is where you can acess the 2 10mm screws that you loosen to remove glass from regulator, once clamps are loose slide glass tight in to top of door and put big pieces of masking or duct tape over top of door to hold glass up out of the way while you are removing and reinstalling new assembly, then let the tape off after all the mounting screws are tight and slide glass down inside the clamps on reg. and run window up as tight to the top of door this aligns glass in the channel and then tighten the 2 clamps on the glass and try it couple times making sure it does'nt bind and rolls all the way up. don't forget to plug the motor in !
Most GMs are pretty much the same. Remove the inset around the door handle - there may be one screw and then it should slide out.
The panel itself is held in with plastic retainers - probably 3-4 along the bottom edge and then 1-2 on the sides. These need to be pryed loose. If you can't get them with your fingers, use some other non-sharp object to help.
Once the panel is loose, keep it close to the door and slide it up - releasing the edge right next to the window glass. You may have to work it back and forth a bit.
When you put it back, getting the edge by the window on right is key to holding the panel on correctly. Many people don't get this seated right and the panels always are loose.
you have to take out the screws on the plastic handle part of the door and then have to disconnect the little plastic connectors behind the panel very carefully ifyou go to the local library they should have a manual that will show you the illustrated location of the connectors and the screw locations
well first take off the door panel it shouldnt be hard remove plastic cover off door.Make sure your window is all the ways up before you remove the motor.you can hold it up with duct tape or anything similar.Then remove the screw that go to the regulator sometimes it has rivets wich have to be drilled off.The new regulator should come with screws if it has rivets if not u use the same old screws.Also unplug the harness of it . Install new one,screw it on and reverse the procedure.Any problems keep me posted
Ok you need to use plastic or rubber washers against the glass so it doesn't break. To stop the handle comming loose again you need to put "Lock Tight" on the screw threads then tighten carefully only untill the handle isn't loose. You can get this from any good hardware store. cheers
Remove Door Inside Handle: remove screw, slide the handle forward. Disconnect the control link and remove the handle.
Remove Door Trim with Inner WeatherStrip: Remove the two screws from the armrest. Insert a screwdriver between the trim retainers and the door panel to pry it loose. Eight hidden fasteners. 1 top left side of door. 1 right side about same height as top of armrest. 1 (each side) about same height as bottom of armrest. 1 on each corner bottom. 1 bottom in middle. 1 on left side between bottom corner and the previous at about lower armrest height...
Remove Service Hole cover. Remove Door Glass Run.
Remove Division Bar (upper window section divider): Remove the two screws under the weatherstrip Remove the bolt. Pull out the division bar.
Remove the Window Glass: Place the glass in the door cavity. Remove the two glass channel mounting bolts. Remove the window glass by pulling it upwards.
You now have access to the Power Window Regulator; possible replacement of motor etc.
What type of 'things' have you tried for fixing the window and restoring operation?
remove the door lock slide and will be a 7mm screw behind it and one under grab handle. also pop off the bezel around door handle. door panel will lift up and come off then you can get to window switch wires. look at the screws holding the window regulator sometimes the bottom screws come loose and cause rattle