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Difficult to put in words so my best advice is go to Nissan Parts dept and ask them to print you an exploded diagram of the internal door mech parts as you may need to order some clips etc... most parts guys will do this. The diagram will make the job easy for you
The door handles mount on hex bolts sticking out of the door, the door handles have key hole inserts that match with the bolts. The door handles are then slid in one direction to lock the handles in place. Removal is the reverse. To tighten the door handle screw the bolt out enough that you can still put the handle over the bolt heads and slide the handle to lock the handle in place.
We found a brillant person who posted the perfect solution on a blog and just tried it this weekend. The plastic composite on the handles is not UV protected plastic, so it yellows or turns brown over time. You can't clean it, as it's a defect due to light exposure. We downloaded a diagram of our fridge and learned how to take off the handles. The top and bottom white portions pop off, but be careful when doing so. We gently lifted them off the metal backing and put a butter knife underneath so we would not damage the plastic. You can then see the clips that hold them in place. Gently pry them and they will pop out. You have to remove the top and bottom pieces first then it will expose the screws that hold the handles in place. You need a star type screwdriver-we found one at Home Depot. The metal strip is a simple backing and will just stay in place. Now, the key is the Krylon Fusion paint-Satin White. It's for plastic. Clean off the handles and make sure they are dry. Tape off the portions you don't want paint on and spray them outside with the paint. It dries quickly, but we waited about 8 hrs to put them back on. Just put them back on with the handles first and then the top and bottom portions-they cover the screws. Ours now look brand new! Cost? Only $6.50 for the can of paint and we got it at Walmart. If we had to replace them w/new handles? About $175. Thank you to whomever it was that shared this idea. It really works.
It's very easy--but you have to know the trick--I know 'cause it took me awhile to figure it out. Place the machine with the on-off/pulse button on your left. Lock the container in place--the handle will be on your right. Put the blade on the shaft. This is the trick: Lock the lid in place so that the shoot is directly in front of you and the "***" slides into the **** on the left of the machine (between the container and the inside of the machine, left of the on-off button). Good luck!
bottom plate of the handle has a keyhole shape in the door-face of it
to go over a mushroom headed screw already secured in the door
tap the old broken handle down the door and it will pop off the screwhead
set the new handle sideways on the door, top end out into empty space, and pull it into place on the screw head, rotate the handle top over the door and screw it into place, dont flex the handle much to twist it in place, they are brittle, and break
Remove two screws on top at front in order to remove plastic front vent grill. Then the door lifts off pin hinges. Lay door flat on surface. Plastic trim snaps off with gentle prying (start at bottom middle and bottom hinge side). Then remove six screws holding notched metal section with door latch. This piece will also snap out (several visible clips holding it around edges). Then remove door handle screws, Replace handle and reverse process to put back together.
1) Turn machine on (innermost right switch) 2) Red light goes on (power on) 3) Yellow light goes on (thermablock heater) 4) Wait for yellow light to go off 5) Detach handle (pull to left) 6) Clean handle, remove crema sieve, clean with soap & water 7) Put crema sieve in handle (you should have a choice of two) 8) Put espresso ground coffee in with brown handle 9) Tamp coffee down FIRMLY with handle 10) Place handle back into machine (push to right) 11) Ensure flip switch on leftmost side is at top position 12) Flip down rightmost switch to infuse coffee into handle 13) Wait 18 - 24 seconds 14) Flip up rightmost switch to turn off infusion 15) Put milk into container (about 200ml in a 600ml container) 16) Flip down rightmost switch to bottom position = steam 17) Keeping tip about 5mm from top of milk, foam to ~400ml 18) Place sugar in coffee, if desired 19) Pour milk in coffee