Originally Posted by macantic
I drilled new holes and puttied up the old ones,then glued the pegs in so it wouldn't happen again and it's been almost a year now and no problems with glass shelves crashing down.
If you like the location of current shelving, mark where the wallowed-out holes are, use a small level to mark a spot 1" away (horizontal), and drill a hole the same size. Place drill bits into un-used existing holes to get the perfect size bit (probably 1/4").
If the first holes lasted 14 years, you're good to go.
Replacing with new wood could cause clearance problems with the shelving, making you have to buy new shelves, because trimming 1/4" off a glass shelf often fails.