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Old 08-01-2016, 06:31 PM   #1
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Drawers in Sofa

I have a 2001 3150J. Does anyone know how you can remove the 2 drawers under the sofa? For cleaning underneath.
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Old 08-01-2016, 06:59 PM   #2
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If they're on ball bearing glides you pull the draw all the way out. On each side is a black lever, you push one side up and the other side down and pull the draw straight out.
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Thanks for responding. They are on silver steel tracks and I don't see anything that would release them. I slid a hacksaw blade in between the slides but only ran into a dead end. Thought there might be a spring release like a mechanics tool box.
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Post a picture..maybe we can figure it out by looking at it.
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If they're like mine - then they are indeed "roller bearing, full extension" drawer slides.

Pull them out as far as they'll go and look down on the metal slide part that attaches to the drawer. There is a small, black plastic lever, hinge, tab that will appear only when the slide is completely extended. You simply tug it to release one slide.

On one side of the drawer, you push it down to release and on the other side of the drawer it is pushed up. I usually hook a thumb on each, push and tug the drawer.

Here's a link to one Youtube video of several:
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Old 08-05-2016, 04:51 PM   #6
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Hope this works. Was away a few days. Best picture I could get of the slide
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