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Old 04-22-2018
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This has been posted before, and just recently, but here we go again.

Having replaced a number of these, I found the easiest, quickest, and simplest way is to use two screwdrivers behind the broken piece, apply pressure, and wait for the silicone to part. Clean it out, and install a new one, but apply a tiny piece of tape over the holes in the back of the new handle assembly. Drill no holes. Apply no heat. Break no mirror. Say no xxxx words.
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