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Old 05-21-2008, 02:47 AM   #1
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well its just like dennym said about the drawer latches breaking from the wrong screws being used. this only happened to the drawers and not to any other cabinets, because the cabinets all had the correct screws holding the latches on. i found that you could put a finishing washer on the screw and it corrects the broken plastic at the hole where the screw goes.
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well its just like dennym said about the drawer latches breaking from the wrong screws being used. this only happened to the drawers and not to any other cabinets, because the cabinets all had the correct screws holding the latches on. i found that you could put a finishing washer on the screw and it corrects the broken plastic at the hole where the screw goes.
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billyb , thanks for the heads up . Just finish upgrading my latches with the finishing washers.
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