How do I get these drawers out???


Old 03-21-16, 09:00 AM
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How do I get these drawers out???

I can usually figure things like this out on my own, but these dresser drawers have me completely stumped. I bought this bedroom set from Bob's furniture in NH about 5 years ago, and when I called them they were no help and I am now in MN so I can't just drive over and ask them.
I have tried everything I can think of on these slides. I have looked everywhere for levers or a release but cannot seem to find one. There is nothing I can see that would allow me to get these drawers out. I have looked for a manufacturer's mark as well and have not been able to see one, so no help there.
If anyone knows how to get these drawers our or can give suggestions of ways to try and get the drawers out, I will be super grateful!!!!
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Old 03-21-16, 09:45 AM
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Will the track drop if you remove that screw at the end of it?
Old 03-21-16, 01:54 PM
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A few more pics from further out and more lighting might help us see things better.
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If the slide can't be separated, then one half of the slide must have been attached (to the side of the dresser or the side of the drawer) with the drawer in the open position. How is the slide attached to the drawer?
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I don't know how to release the slide.
For the other guys, I rotated the picture. It looks like this is a bottom drawer slide, a single slide mounted at the center of drawer.

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If Brian is correct that it's a center slide then it should have a cut out at the front that the inside slide will come out of. At least that is how one that I had worked.
Old 03-22-16, 05:54 AM
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I have a center slide that to remove you have to pull hard at the end. It has some kind of pressure fit at the end. About 3 inches pull out hard after it is open.
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