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Damaged Door Handle for a Rangemaster Cooker

Regardless of your range cooker’s door handle being slightly loose or barely hanging on, a snapped or loose handle needs to be replaced. If the handle is left to be as it is, then it will only deteriorate over time - and will become unsuitable and unreliable for you to use
 
When the door can’t be opened or closed correctly you will eventually see a decline in the cooking time of your meals. The damaged door could also lead to unnecessary costs requiring you to replace the door entirely.
 
Luckily fitting a new door handle is neither complicated nor expensive. Simply by replacing the damaged handle early on, it will help ensure that you will be able to continue to open and close the oven door with ease.
 
At eSpares we have concocted this simple to follow guide on how to identify the fault with your Rangemaster’s door handle, along with a simple guide on how to replace it yourself.

Cause 1

Oven Door Handle

A loose oven door handle can be a nuisance which can prevent you from opening and closing the door efficiently - leading to much frustration for you when it comes to preparing your meals at dinner time.

Safety First! Please make sure that you have disconnected the appliance from the mains before beginning any repair.

  • If your cooker’s door handle is loose, it may only require the screws to be tightened.

If upon further inspection though, you realise that the handle is in fact damaged and needs replacing, a brand new handle can be purchased from our extensive range of spares found within our cooker and hob handles

Not only that will you be able to get the right handle for your oven, but you can also see our easy to follow video guide on how you can fit this yourself - an easy repair to do, meaning that you can fix it for minimal expense.

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