Hi and thanks for your help.
The door seal is in a very narrow channel in a wider section of plastic trim that returns back onto the the door glass. The seal is easy to remove and reinsert into its channel. The bolt/screw heads for the door handle are not in the door seal channel. I suspect that the complete plastic trim needs to be removed to access the handle screw, however it is firmly fixed into the metal door casing and it looks as if it will be completely damaged during the process of removing it, although that if true seems to be an odd design.
I don't believe that you have answered my problem. Actually you haven't answered my question. In your first answer you said remove the seal to reveal the handle screws. I had already said that I can easily remove and reinstall the seal and that doing so is trivial and does not result in any damage to the seal but does not reveal the handle (or any other screws). You seemed to say that I need to remove the seal and doing so will damage it.
Are you actually familiar with my particular beverage centre?
In your second reply you said I was correct but about what? I said several things in my second question).
So are you saying that I need to rip out the whole of the extruded plastic trim that appears to sit inside the metal door housing. (The trim also contains the narrow channel that the door seal sits in). I have tried to prise a corner out but it just tears along the edges and leaves the majority of the trim still firmly embedded in the door frame. So I can only remove it if I can be sure that I can get a replacement otherwise this expensive appliance will be junk.
You were completely wrong! There are grub screws on the underside of the handle top and bottom door attachments. They allow the handle to be removed thus giving access to enable the handle brackets to be tightened. Your answers would have resulted in certain totally unecessary damage requiring a new door. Despite me asking you to confirm, you had no knowledge or understanding of this appliance. Very poor service and a rip-off of 16UKP.