I'm looking for ideas on how to extend a damper handle on an existing fireplace that will have new glass doors attached in the next few weeks. New glass doors are on order, Stoll Reface, this is a ZC manufactured FP. The layout of the doors will make the existing damper handle much less accessible. So I'm thinking of ideas on how or what to do to extend the existing handle. Best thought is a hollow tube with a pivot-pin/clevis-pic arrangement into the existing handle, so the the new tube can pivot and extend downward and be accessible. Then use a magnet to hide the extension tube behind the new glass door frame when not in use. Exisitgg handle is 5/16 in. round metal, which I'd have to drill in place to get one hole in to make the attachment. Picture shows existing arrangement. Green lines are open/close of existing handle. Between the red lines will be a new louver, glass doors will be below the lower red line, and there will be a cabinet-type mesh door behind the new glass doors. Existing screen mesh will go away. Any thoughts?