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loosen the allen head set screws located close to each end of the handle.. loosen but don't remove all the way.... install the new handle tighting the set screws snug but not too tight, u don't want to strip the screw head........... hope this helped............ ken
You need to remove the handle befor eyou can tighten the mounting bolt behind it. T remove the handle just grab it and yank UP quick and hard. The handle will unclip and release, then you can tighten the bolt down and re-install the handle.
How strong do you have to be?!!! Trying that and it won\'t unclip. Not sure how hard to try--or will you break something?!!
You have to pull up pretty darn hard with a jerk. That is how both handles are removed on these conquest refrigerators
HI.TONY.try defrosting all first.it might work.normally if freezer ices up your fridge would stop working.in this case is the opposite.is the freezer ok?realistically it needs a visual check .fridge to freeze up it sounds like the thermostat .flaps sensor or board.hope this helps ali