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Old 08-06-2018, 05:30 PM   #1
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How to remove drawer under stove for 2016 Jayco Pinnacle?

Hey everyone,
The wife leaned on the drawer under the stove. The drawer pulled away from the wall under the stove. It turns out that they are stapled to the wall. Not impressed by the quality.

In order for me to make the repair, I need to get the drawer out so I can fasten the drawer frame back to the wall. Unfortunately, I have been unable to figure out how to take the drawer out.

Has anyone had to do this? If you have, can you shared any tricks you might have employed to get the drawer out?

Also, any recommendations how to fasten the drawer back to the wall? Not sure I want to use staples but no sure if the wall can take screws?
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Little black tab on each drawer rail. Push one up other one down, pull out. End of rail should be attached to a plywood gusset, not the wall.
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Old 08-06-2018, 06:19 PM   #3
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Little black tab on each drawer rail. Push one up other one down, pull out. End of rail should be attached to a plywood gusset, not the wall.
You are the man, Grumpy. Using your tip, drawer came out easily. I see the rail attached to the plywood gusset which in my case has split and I will need to replace it.

Thanks so much for your very quick and accurate response!
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You are the man, Grumpy. Using your tip, drawer came out easily. I see the rail attached to the plywood gusset which in my case has split and I will need to replace it.

Thanks so much for your very quick and accurate response!
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