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I had same problem, fixed by removing screws under door and removing side panels . Then remove front glass ( 4 screws under glass ) and remove other screws behind glass to remove handle and then tighten 4 screws on handle. Works great.
I had the same problem. We took the door off completely & turned it upside down. There are screws on the bottom of the door, take them out, take off bottom trim piece that holds the outside glass panel in place, remove glass panel and you can access the door handle screws and clean the inside of the glass while you are at it.
Hi, You may have to get some loctite brand paste in a tube for applying to the threads of the bolts that hold it on. This will prevent the screws from loosening. Another way would be to get some spring washers or star washers at your local hardware store such as menards.