If drawers appear crooked or won't fully close, there are some small adjustments that can be done to correct this. First, you would want to ensure that the unit is square, and that the back panel is properly attached. You can learn more about that by reading this article or by watching these helpful videos.
If the drawers are still a little bit off, most units include an adjustable drawer bracket; this is the plastic piece that attaches the drawer front to the drawer sides. This piece may have one of several part numbers, but generally resembles one of the following:
You may notice that the screw holes in this piece are oblong. By loosening the screws attaching this part to the drawer, you can move the drawer front up or down, so that it better fits in the frame surrounding it. Notice: there is no need to completely remove the screw; simply untightening it works best.
Drawers may be off in one of several ways. They could be too high, too low, or just crooked:
- If the drawer is only catching on one side, you can shift that side up or down, depending on which part of the frame it is hitting.
- If the drawer front hits the top of the frame, move the drawer front down.
- If the drawer front hits the bottom of the frame, adjust the drawer front up.
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