Oct 14, 2011 6:43 pm
A tupperware lid has dropped over the back of one of my softclose drawers. My arm is too fat to get through between the drawers to get it and the drawer won't shut because the lid is too thick. My Friday brain isn't working - any suggestions as to how do I get this lid out?
Re: Soft close drawers: Recovering lid dropped down the back3
Oct 15, 2011 12:57 am
If Your stuck you may need to remove the bottom drawer.
What runners are they?
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Re: Soft close drawers: Recovering lid dropped down the back5
Oct 24, 2011 10:16 am
Did you get the lid?
We have Blum runners and we can get the drawers off, you pull all the way out and lift up straight, can be abit fiddlely but it is possible.
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