At both ends and actually inside the ends of the handle, are small metal brackets that are attached to the door face by a single screw. You access the screws by pulling the plastic plugs, using a very small and thin flat bladed screw driver. My handle was loose but hadn't come off on it's own. But I couldn't get the handle to fully tighten. My fix was to wrap each end bracket with a couple layers of electrical tape (not covering the screw hole) and reattached the handle. It is now very tight, as it should be.
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Consider measuring it.
- Height (from floor to top of lid)
- Depth (from back to front)
- Width ( from left to right)
.* take all measurements in inches
* Divide all measurement by 12 (that gets feet and decimals)
* Multiply the 3 results (2 decimal places is plenty)
What you end up with is volume of entire freezer including thickness of bottom, sides, and top.
I t will be slightly larger than the cubic foot capacity of the freezer, but will help you find one that will fit in the same space.
*** If you want the capacity of the freezer, do the same calculations only measure the inside of the freezer.
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that handle is just pressure fit on the clips securing to the door. grab hold ad PULL.and i mean PULL the the right. it will snap off just make sure you really PULL it. after that you cantighten the brackets on refig and inside the handle as well