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Right door handle upside down pinches fingers. how to remove and flip?

My right door handle I believe is installed upside down such that the curve at the apex is so close to the left handle, fingers get pinched. I would like to remove the handle, flip it right-side-up and see if that helps.

Q. Can the handles be flipped upside down? Note: I don't mean reversed from left to right. The left handle is fine.

I guess I can find out real fast if I someone could let me know the trick to getting the handle off. Thanks.

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  • Mirellis Dec 01, 2007

    That was it!!



    No more finger pinches and the wife is way happy!



    Thanks a ton!

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    Door opens on the right vs left

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Mirellis, grab the handle with both hands and push in and up. The handle will slide off the retainer clips. To put them back on, line up the clip holes push in and pull down. I never tried flipping them, but you will find out real fast. This is for the GS6NBEXRL model that was posted, Catriver.

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