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Old 08-06-2014, 11:25 AM   #1
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How do you remove the kitchen drawers?

We have a 2000 Seabreeze 1340. A couple of the plastic friction stays that hold the drawers in when closed, have broken. Havenít been able to figure out how to get the drawers out so I can fix them. These drawers donít have the little metal levers that usually are on drawers.
Does anybody know how to get the drawers out? Also does anybody know where I can get those plastic friction stays.
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Old 08-06-2014, 12:08 PM   #2
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on my 2001 dolphin you just pull on the drawers and they will come out.

You pull them until they get to the stop. Then pull harder and steady (don't have to jerk it) and they will come out.
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Old 08-07-2014, 06:11 AM   #3
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Maybe you can gently pry from the side......
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I distract my wife and then stick the bread knife between the frame and the stop block and PULL!!
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Thanks Mike, Just pulling on it worked. Now if I can just find those plastic things that are screwed to the side of the drawers and the rollers attached to the inside of the cabinet. I have several drawers that have these broken.
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Link below, this is what I replaced my drawer catches with.

RV Designer Heavy Duty Roller Catch - Latches & Catches - Cabinet & Drawer - Hardware
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Richard, Thank you so much-- you solved my problem. I spent a lot of time on the internet looking and couldn't find anything. Now I know what they are called and will order them right away.

Found them at the 'HARDWARE HUT' for $1.67 each. Ordered 5 since they seem to all be breaking.
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It should work out good for you.
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Just received my order from Hardware Hut. the 'roller catches are way too big. wanted to post right away before someone else made the same mistake. Am looking for the right ones now. Will post as soon as I find and get the smaller ones. I am sure I am not the only one who is having this problem.
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Thanks, I was wondering how to remove the drawer.
The reason I wanted to remove it was to figure out why it will not go all the way in and latch. when we try to slide it back in it stops about an inch from closing, I still don't know why that is. any else had that problem?

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The reason it won't close fully is maybe that the catch on the cabinet has got closed over. Look at the catch on the cabinet and compare it to one that will close properly. If the plastic catch has been pushed in then get a small teaspoon and using the handle gently prize it open. Hope that makes sense, I don't have a photo to show you but if you look at one that is working correctly you should see the difference.
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Thanks, I'll check that out!

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I guess I should add that a screwdriver will work just as well but it so happens that it's always the drawer I keep the cutlery in that has this happen so I use a teaspoon
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OK, I did get the big ones to work, but had to shim up the metal friction stays with popsicle sticks and drill new holes from inside the cabinet. I think I did find the ones that are the same size as the OEMs at "AZ RV Products. It is called " Concealed roller catch". If they had been the right (smaller) size, they would have been easier to replace.
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