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Old 04-13-2011, 02:19 PM   #1
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Unhappy Kitchen cabinet drawers under the stove

Does anyone have any idea how to remove these drawers? All we want to do is clean behind them. We have the microwave convection oven above the stove and then 3 cabinet drawers for storage beneath the stove. We have tried everything we can think of but there has to be an easy way to take them completely out for cleaning purposes. Help. There is nothing in the manual to address this problem. If anyone has any suggestions, we would really appreciate it or perhaps there is someone out there who has run into this same problem.

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Old 04-13-2011, 02:31 PM   #2
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The link below may help.

removing a drawer
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Old 04-13-2011, 04:30 PM   #3
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Our 05 Dolphin has the type that just need a good yank and they will pull right out. Same hardware as the bedroom drawers.
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Does anyone have any idea how to remove these drawers? All we want to do is clean behind them.

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If you can't get them out, how do you know they need cleaning?

I had the same problem until I thought, "They are not going to beat me."

So... grip firmly on both sides and pull! If they do not come out, don't force them, just pull harder, just make sure no one is behind you!

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Some draws you have to lift the first roller out of track than pull out to second roller.
Don't yank draw to hard you may pull rail brackets off wall inside on wall they are attach to.
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The system that National RV used is just a straight firm pull outward.
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My 2000 TRADEWINDS 7373 which is the same coach has a single center guide.Just pull straight out.
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When you pull it out to the point where the drawer stops normally, pull harder and the slide will come apart. Getting them back together requires practice but the procedure is basically in reverse.
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Not sure about the kitchen drawer but our bedroom drawers have small plastic stops mounted on one side of the drawers, I pulled hard and harder and the drawer came out and the stop fall to the bottom of the cabinet. Not sure how the builder got the drawer in with the stops.
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Our unit is an 08, and it has the full extension side rails.

As someone mentioned above, ours has the plastic stops, just either lift up or push down on the black plastic stops. Because the rails are identical, one may have the stop on the upside of the side rail, the other on the bottom side of the other rail, as it is installed upside down. Once you are holding the plastic stops in the release position, just pull the drawer out.

Reinstalling the drawers, simply put them in the position to align the rails and push in till the stops cause resistance, then push harder and they will go all the way in. Done.
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With your 2000 Tradewinds, you will have exactly what I have. Just follow my instructions.
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Thank you very much for all your answers - we will try the yanking straight out thingy. One is always a little skeptical about pulling too hard in case it damages it. Have not a chance to get out to our motorhome for a few days - we have had a blast of winter weather up here in Northern Ontario again - looks like January - enough already!!!!
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Because the rails are identical, one may have the stop on the upside of the side rail, the other on the bottom side of the other rail, as it is installed upside down.
Thank You!! Been fighting with it for an hour!!
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Take a look at the sides of the drawers. There MIGHT be a white plastic piece that keeps drawer from coming out 100%.

Look at my recent post "Need an ABS vapor release cap" for my drawer discovery
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