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1993 Chevy Silverado door panel removal

I am having a problem completing the passenger door panel removal on a 93 Silverado. I have the panel free of outside clips and the armrest screw removed but I am having trouble with the power switches and handle removal.
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The door panel is loose from the door and the only thing holding it is the electric window and lock switches and the door handle? What type of door handle is it? Is it recessed in, or a regular handle that sticks out? Can you take pictures of it and post them?
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93 chev door panel

where the door handle is located there is a plastic cover over the handlethat is held on by retainer clips use a durable flat blade such as a wide screw driver or a butter knife and with a little force it should pop free there are 3 clips also dont try to remove the plastic cover in cold weather as it will crack or break that shoulr release the rest of thr panel for you
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