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Door handle on 2dr model GS6SHAXMB00 is loose on the top and it will not slide up and off like the reference book shows. How to fix

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Jjust grab the bottom of the handle and the top and pull up slowly but firmly it will pop loose. If the handle is wiggly then just tighter the screws on the handle to tighten it. It will require a star key so if you dont have one just use pliers to tighten it. be sure to put handle back same way you found it because it has a slight curve on it. good luck! email me if anything at chrisrubio827@yahoo.com
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