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Old 07-14-2013, 03:28 PM   #1
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kitchen drawers falling apart

My kitchen drawers are coming apart and I can't get them out to fix them. They do not disengage from their track like house ones do.

Does anybody know how to get those darn things out?

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What kind of track do you have? Plastic or metal side tracks, or just one bottom plastic one? Because all the ones I've seen do come out, but you might have to unlock them first.
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What kind of track do you have? Plastic or metal side tracks, or just one bottom plastic one? Because all the ones I've seen do come out, but you might have to unlock them first.
I have a single track centered on the bottom of the drawer. Not sure what it's made out of.
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If they're like these , you push up the black plastic tab on one side and push down the one on the other side and pull the drawer out.


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Bottom track has a lock. Get down and look at it, but you just depress it and it'll come out.
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Last week I re-built and replaced a kitchen drawer for my DIL's aunt (aunt in-law?). I had an undermount slide shaped like a triangle. Plastic. It had a slot in the middle that needed to be pressed in to release drawer. If you can look from under the bottom, you can maybe see what is needed. Hope this helps.

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I have an all metal track and slide, center mounted. Can't find any release mechanism. This is so frustrating.
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OK, if you're absolutely sure there's no locking mechanism, have you tried lifting up the back of the drawer at full extension then pulling outward? This locking system is normally used on metal tracks on the drawer sides, but since you've tried everything else, give it a shot.

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Our center drawer slides, Accuglide, are removed by pulling straight out, hard.

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