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The handle has fallen off my stainless steel kitchenaid superba oven and screws go from inside edge toward front. Can't tell how to access without removing frame and that's another question!

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Yes the door has to be disassembled to repair the handle. In some cases you can just loosen the sides and top and work with it on your lap without removing from the unit but it takes patience and an extra set of hands is nice to have around. Any visible screws have to come out first. Eric

Posted on Aug 18, 2010

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