Question about Refrigerators
Place the blade of the flathead screwdriver under the ridge of the top of the trim on the door handle. Push this up while pulling on the bottom. This should remove the trim and expose the screws.
Determine the type of screws used on your GE refrigerator model; it will vary. Select the correct type and size of screwdriver. Tighten the screws.
Replace the trim by snapping it back over the handle.
Screw the handle in, making sure it is held securely in place. Test it by pulling on the handle a few times.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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