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Old 03-17-2018, 05:26 PM   #1
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Pull out under kitchen sink

Hoping someone has figured out how to remove the large pull out under the kitchen sink on an Allegro Bus. We have a 2014 45L.P. And the track that holds the big two tier pullout under the kitchen sink has come loose at the back. Thought it would be installed like the drawers with the black release levers at the end of the rail it slides in but it's not. Anyone know how this big "drawer" can be removed so we can reach the back of the track and replace the loose screws?

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Old 03-17-2018, 05:29 PM   #2
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Not sure what slide you have but if they are like mine in the S&B, pull out and at the end of travel, pull up and the slide comes out.
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Old 03-17-2018, 10:38 PM   #3
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Pull out under kitchen sink

If it is the same as mine, the slide rails are different than all the rest of the drawers, so you have to pull it all the way out. Then lay on the floor with a light and a short Phillips head screwdriver. Then take out the 3 or 4 small screws on each side that go into the wood on the slide bottom. Then remove the very heavy drawer.
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If it is the same as mine, the slide rails are different than all the rest of the drawers, so you have to pull it all the way out. Then lay on the floor with a light and a short Phillips head screwdriver. Then take out the 3 or 4 small screws on each side that go into the wood on the slide bottom. Then remove the very heavy drawer.
X2. I did it a couple months ago and it was a "pain". I don't want to do it again.
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Yikes! I was afraid of that!! Looking at the underside there's one screw that's not accessible with even the shortest phillips head. Will see if I can get a right angle driver to work.

Thank you for the solution. Was hoping it would be something simple I was overlooking but simple doesn't seem to apply too often on these....
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I took mine out due to all the wasted space around it. Like in an earlier post while laying on your back there are a number of screws that hold the wood assemby to the slider track. Once removed you can lift it off. I found the top sliding drawer was too short to hold any cleaning supply. Once I removed the tracks I could easily slide 2 bins 11x17 ( to hold bottled water , soda's ets etc ) , a small round tub to hold cleaning supplies, a rectangular garbage can and a small recycle tub as well.
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I took mine out due to all the wasted space around it. Like in an earlier post while laying on your back there are a number of screws that hold the wood assemby to the slider track. Once removed you can lift it off. I found the top sliding drawer was too short to hold any cleaning supply. Once I removed the tracks I could easily slide 2 bins 11x17 ( to hold bottled water , soda's ets etc ) , a small round tub to hold cleaning supplies, a rectangular garbage can and a small recycle tub as well.
Great idea. As pretty as that rollout drawer looks, it's not very practical with the exception of the section that holds the sink covers. And the sink faucet sprayer hose seems to always get caught in it. Will check out some retrofit possibilities when I get it removed. Thanks for the tip
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