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Microwave Door Handle

Part Number: AP2021173
MFG Part Number: WB15X10022
Made by: GE
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Color: Black. For bisque order WB15X10045. For white order WB15X10023.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Microwave Handle.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB15X10022 (AP2021173) replaces 245428, WB15X10083.

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Door handle replacement for this model hotpoint counter saver manufactured in 1994 I cannot find this model listed and closest is RVM 225 BL 01 but says that Handel is not compatable

Michael C for Model Number RVM 225 BL 001

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Replacing Handle. 2 screws at top and 2 at bottom. Area accessed from inside of door after removing panel. However 2 are hidden. How do I get to those>

Mike for Model Number jvm1630bb004

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It looks like the only way to replace the handle is to take the door apart. Am I correct? How complicated is the replacement? Thanks.

Andy for Model Number JVM1650BH01

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Regarding the forum instructions for handle WB15X10022 replacement. There are indeed two screws holding the handle visible after removing the inner door trim. Unfortunately there still two remaining screws that the heads are not visible for access that hold the handle on. The video on the forum shows how to access only two screws. Further information on how to access the "hidden" two screws would be immensely helpful. The previous thread addressing this tells me that the consumer had to pry the outer door cover apart and still had difficulty accessing these two screws. Hopefully there is an easy solution to access for this problem.

George for Model Number JVM1430BD03

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I don't have a question, I have a statement based on reading the other questions which state that only two screws retain the handle. If you have the same model as me, there are four screws. The handle comes in two halves; an inner and outer shell that snap together but each half requires two screws to hold it to the door. Two are immediately visible when you have pryed off the snap trim on the inner face. Two are extremely difficult to see and access. I had to partially pry the outer trim away and hold my screwdriver at an agle. When I replaced the handle I used chewing gum to gold the screw to the driver. Thanks.

Steve for Model Number GE JVM1660BB005

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Robert D. for Model Number jvm1660sb005

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