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Replacement uPVC Door Handle

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by deeloughran, 15 Oct 2020.

  1. deeloughran

    deeloughran

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    Hey All!

    REALLY struggling to work out the exact replacement for my front door handle (as you can see by the replacement i purchased (left in the photo) that wasn't the correct one :)
    Wondering if any of you kind folk could help please

    My rough measurements;
    • centres or PZ = 92mm
    • screw to screw = 200mm
    • plate length = 230mm
    • top screw to middle screw = 90mm
    • bottom to middle screw = 110mm
    Anything else i'm missing that can help you help me please let me know :)

    Thanks,
    David
     

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    Looking at your third picture you can see a hexagonal logo, so its a 'Hoppe' handle and googling Hoppe 216N does bring a few results but not exact, the original handle may very well be obsolete now so finding an exact match might prove difficult, the crucial measurement is the 92PZ for obvious reasons but if your replacement handle covers the dirty marks left from your old handle then its totally fine to drill new holes above and below your existing ones, not between them though as you may drill into the gearbox which you can see inside the door on your fourth picture
     
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    Yes you can, wouldn't hurt at all not having a centre screw
     
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