|Flat tipped screwdriver|
#8 brass 3/4-inch door screws
Cordless screwdriver with Phillips tip
Door handle cover
Dr. Shaw tried to replace his door handle on the garage door. He was so frustrated with the knob that it was a little bent when we arrived. He called my repair service to fix his door handle. Carl, my friend, helped solve this door knob issue.
This post shows the five steps to replace the inside door handle.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the handle. We were not able to use this part and this went to the recycle metal yard.
|Fig.1 Damaged door handle|
|Fig.2 Door knob extra part|
|Fig.3 Carl fixing the door knob|
|Fig.4 Dead latch|
|Fig.5 Door knob base|
Step 5: Fig.6 shows an old door knob on the left. On the right shows a used gold door knob on the inside of the metal door. We were able to use the old dead latch; we just replaced the wood screws.
|Fig.6 Shows the old and used gold door knobs|
|Fig.7 Door knob unlocked|
|Fig.8 Door knob locked|
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