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Old 06-03-2024, 07:27 PM   #1
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Jayco drawer removal from cabinet

Our 21MML is eating stuff, as in, two items (a ring, and an earring) have fallen into the area underneath the sofa. I think the type is called a jackknife sofa.

The 21MML has two drawers in the sofa that are accessible when the bed is down for sleeping, or stored for use of the sofa.

What is the trick to removing those drawers? That appears to be the only way I'll be able to get a good look underneath for locating the lost items.

The guides appear the same as the guides in our previous camper, and in others I've seen.

Thanks in advance,

Rick
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Is there a little black tab at the end when you pull the drawer all the way out? You push one tab down and lift one tab up and pull the drawer out.
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Is there a little black tab at the end when you pull the drawer all the way out? You push one tab down and lift one tab up and pull the drawer out.
Not sure but Iíll check that out and report back. Thanks!
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Old 06-11-2024, 04:26 AM   #4
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Mr. Gumpy there does not appear to be a tab such as the one you mentioned.

That noted, there has to be a way to remove those drawers. SWMBO will be in town today so I'm going to get onto the floor with a flashlight and see if I can figure out the drawer-slide latching mechanism.

Thanks again. More later after I've had a chance to look more closely.
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On mine there are two metal spring clips one on each side of the railing. Take a mirror and search under the drawer. They are at the "junction" of the slide and railing.
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