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upvc door handle replacement

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by johnsmith123123, 28 Jun 2021.

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    Hello,
    The following door handle has become loose and needs replaced. However there are no visible screws like many others I have seen. How can it be removed?
     

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    Show us the one on the other side.
     
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    the other side is the same, no screws.
     

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    Screws on the side of the door?
    Where the lock mechanism is.
     
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    i will get a picture of the side of the door later on i dont have one right now. thanks
     
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    Or a small bolt under the handle removable with allan key.
     
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    There is a bolt under the handle. I tried to remove that but the handle didn't move. Is it just rusted and needs pulled off? Or could something else be holding it?
     
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    Spray some WD40 in there, wait an hour and juggle it.
    It should come off.
     
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