How To Fix A Broken Travel Bag Handle In Under 30 Seconds

I’ve never been one to travel light. I pack a lot of stuff, and my luggage is heavy, which means I have to be careful when using it for fear of breaking my handle. But then all the sudden, one day when pulling on my bag handle, it broke! Luckily for me (and now for you), there is an easy fix that will allow us all to continue traveling with our broken handles without having to buy a whole new suitcase or go through the hassle of sending it back to get repaired.

First, pull off the white plastic cover from the top of the suitcase handle.

First, pull off the white plastic cover from the top of the suitcase handle. You will see a silver metal piece underneath; remove this metal piece from the top of the handle and set it aside. Then, take a screwdriver and insert it into one of two small holes on either side of your broken handle. Turn counter-clockwise until you are able to remove your damaged luggage strap by sliding it off from its end where it attaches on both sides. Take another screwdriver and insert it into another small hole on either side of your broken handle with an open space between each other (see picture below). This will help you remove any remaining pieces attached inside so that you can easily slide out any remaining pieces without having them get stuck anywhere else inside! After doing this, simply slide back over all three prongs at once before closing up everything again by putting everything back together in reverse order: first put back onto its original place with screws inserted into each hole underneath; then attach back onto its original spot using super glue or epoxy glue (only if necessary); finally put back onto its original spot

Now that you have removed the plastic cover, you can see an aluminum (or silver) circular piece. It is about 1 inch in diameter and is held in place by a spring which creates tension between it and the plastic above it.

You do this by first removing the plastic cover which will reveal an aluminum (or silver) circular piece. It is about 1 inch in diameter and is held in place by a spring which creates tension between it and the plastic above it.

This can be tricky, so you may need to push on the top of both small white pieces simultaneously to get them moving up and down without getting caught on anything or breaking.

Remove this metal piece from the top of the handle and set it aside. You will need to replace this piece back into its original position when you are finished fixing your luggage handle.

Now, remove this metal piece from the top of the handle and set it aside. You will need to replace this piece back into its original position when you are finished fixing your luggage handle.

Be careful not to lose this metal piece! Do not put it in your pocket or backpack; do not throw it away on accident; and do not leave it on the floor by accident.

Now that the silver metal piece has been removed, you can access the parts needed to fix your luggage handle. There are two small white plastic pieces with a round hole in them. These sit loosely on top of one another.

You’ll notice two white pieces with a round hole in the middle of each. These sit loosely on top of one another and are held there by a spring-like tension device that creates an opening through which you can slide your metal piece into place.

When pulling on the bag handle, these two pieces should slide up and down freely as they are not attached to anything else in the mechanism. If they are not sliding freely they may be caught on something or broken which is why your bag’s travel handle is stuck! You may be able to see where they have become stuck on something like a screw or where there is a crack in one of the pieces that would not allow them to move like intended.

When pulling on the bag handle, these two pieces should slide up and down freely as they are not attached to anything else in the mechanism. If they are not sliding freely they may be caught on something or broken which is why your bag’s travel handle is stuck! You may be able to see where they have become stuck on something like a screw or where there is a crack in one of the pieces that would not allow them to move like intended.

If you think this is the case with your travel bag, then it’s time for some quick repair action!

Conclusion

Now that you know how to fix your luggage handle, it’s time to get started.

If your bag has a broken travel handle, the first thing you need to do is find its replacement parts online. You can purchase them from an online retailer or find them at a local hardware store if necessary. The most important thing is making sure they match up exactly with what came with your bag when purchased new! Once these parts are acquired it’s time to get down into those small spaces inside where no one wants go unless absolutely necessary like fixing something broken on their favorite travel accessory!