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Old 04-29-2017, 12:45 PM   #1
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Pulling out a Drawer

Got a drawer under the stove that th ebottom fell out of. (I guess the 10 cast iron skillets were too much for it).
Anyhoo..how do you pull that think out? I can get it out to a point, but cant see any clamps or buttons to push...

Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 04-29-2017, 12:57 PM   #2
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Got a drawer under the stove that th ebottom fell out of. (I guess the 10 cast iron skillets were too much for it).
Anyhoo..how do you pull that think out? I can get it out to a point, but cant see any clamps or buttons to push...

Any help would be appreciated.
Tim
Look at it from the side... on the Slide rails is a black lever that is the catch. move the lever as you pull the drawer out farther, then the other slide.

Ours did the same thing - but full of canned goods. I took the bottom out and reinforced it with a section of shelving bracket.
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I had the same issue (fixed the bottom) and now can't keep it from coming out of the slide tracks. Its like they spread out in the back once there is any weight at a in the drawer... Any suggestions?

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Old 05-15-2017, 09:40 AM   #4
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I think you aren't getting it in the track on both sides. Very fine line from working and fitting correctly and missing the track. For us, it takes two people. One on each side. Or maybe three people. One on each side doing the job and one watching, offering advice, and has absolutely no idea how it goes together.
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I think you aren't getting it in the track on both sides. Very fine line from working and fitting correctly and missing the track. For us, it takes two people. One on each side. Or maybe three people. One on each side doing the job and one watching, offering advice, and has absolutely no idea how it goes together.
Yep... I had found this very true... you have to push the drawer slides inside of the track...

also see if you have tweaked the roller-bearing holder.... that got bent on me when I removed the broken drawer - had to pull the entire drawer slide out and work on it in a vice on my workbench - to get all the balls back in place.
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