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One side of the stove door handle came un-screwed. How do I separate the two pieces of the door , so I can screw the handle back on?

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There are 4 screws on the underside of the door, that once unscrewed allows the front
panel to come off. Then just below the handle, there is a bar with two screws that hold it on, one on each side of the door. Unscrewing these 2 screws and taking the bar off, gives you access to screw the handle back on.
Then put it all back together in the order you dismantled it...

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