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Need Help Does anyone know how to remove this door handle?

Discussion in 'Tips & Tricks' started by Annette Asberg, Nov 10, 2019.

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  1. Annette Asberg

    Annette Asberg Member

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    Yes absolutely Gino :)
     
  2. signage

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    nice job.
     
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  3. mark-s

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    Glad you got it all taken care of.
    Looks great by the way.
    Glad to help.
    mark-s
     
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  4. The Yanki & The Brit

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    It may not be just a hole. Many of those handles take a pin that you push into the hole to release it. I have used a finish nail a few times for some of them. They do come off.
    Some take some serious pressure to free them, so if you have an old screw driver that you could grind down to a point, and slightly flatten the end, that might give you enough pressure to make it push loose.
    A screw driver from a set that you use to repair glasses might be enough too.
     
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  5. GAC05

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    You handled that well - good work!
     
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  6. PortlandPrint

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    It turned out great. Wondering what material you used for that job?
     
  7. Annette Asberg

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    Thank you, Portland Print!
    We used 3MIJ180 we have tried HP PVC free Wallpaper but that was a mess and it stretched so bad so we went to the 3M instead.
     
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