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Order in Bulk and Save. White Gold Classic SMALL Side Handle with stainless Flame Guard Fits 2 qt. ONLY
White Handles Are Not Recommended For Gas Stoves
REMOVING and REPLACING Snap-On Handles
To change the handle, turn the pan upside down and lay it on a flat surface. Notice the wide slot between the flame guard and the pan. Using a flathead screwdriver, insert the tip into the right or left side of the slot (you may want to put a tape on the screwdriver to prevent from scratching the pan), and twist the screwdriver until the spring inside the handle releases on that side. Move the screwdriver to the other side of the slot and twist the screwdriver and that side will release.
Be sure you have the right size handle for the right size pan. There are three (3) sizes, small, medium and large. See www.healthcraft.com Replacement Parts for details on what pan takes what handle.
To install the new handle. Be sure the flame guard is installed on the handle properly. Put the handle on as far as it will go. Then give the handle a good tap on a cutting board (or a good tap with a rubber mallet), the spring inside the handle will push over the prongs on the end of the stainless attachment and lock the handle in place.
Posted by BillM on 4th Apr 2016
The part arrived and was exactly as needed. It was very easy to install. The decorative metal band from the old handle fit perfectly. The handle snapped into place with some force. It was firmly grabbed by the metal retainers on the pot. It works great. I love these pots.
Posted by Nancy Brownrigg on 29th Oct 2015
I was so glad to receive the new white handles. All of my pots have the white and I needed one replaced, hope in the future the larger sizes will be available. (I would also like to see more pots available with the white and gold handles.
Posted by Norma on 25th Mar 2015
Product: White Gold Classic MEDIUM Side Handle snap-on no screw
Posted By: Norma
I've owned healthcraft pots and pans for years and this is only the second time I've had to get a few new handles. I use them every day; and love every one of them.
Posted by Joseph Finch on 15th Mar 2013
The small pot handles are closer to the fire than the handles on larger pots, so they tend to get burned more often. You have to be careful with the smaller pots and those are the ones we older folks use most often.