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I have a broXXXXX XXXXXdle on my EV200N freezer door. Who Has

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I have a broXXXXX XXXXXdle on my EV200N freezer door. Who Has a replacement handle in stock?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  The Home Smithy replied 6 years ago.

The Home Smithy :

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The Home Smithy :

I will need the model number of your unit, please.
Please click here for help locating the number.

Customer:

EV200N

Customer:

Model EV200N

The Home Smithy :

I am sorry but that part is no longer available. Please click here to see the parts listing that I am getting for your unit.

The Home Smithy :

One option would be to have someone that is handy with wood carve you one out of a nice piece of oak.

The Home Smithy :

Another would be to use the screws that hold the origonal handle on to apply a nylon strap to the front of the unit.

The Home Smithy :

Please let me know if you require further information, or assistance.
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Thank you.

Customer:

I am unclear as to whether you found the part and what I need to do next.

The Home Smithy :

The part is no longer available as a replacement part. The only option you have is to fashion a handle out of something. That could be wood, leather, nylon strapping, metal, or anything that you can run a couple of screws through that you can grab ahold of to open the door.

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