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Old 07-15-2015, 09:53 PM   #11
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I just use Velcro and run it through the handles and pull it tight. Simple, cheap, effective and haven't had a drawer pop open yet.
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I just use Velcro and run it through the handles and pull it tight. Simple, cheap, effective and haven't had a drawer pop open yet.
You can also cut Velcro strips and put on the back side of the drawer face and the stiles.
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They are adjustable.
Are the factory latches adjustable? If so can you explain how?

I am about ready to add add'l. latches, but if they can be adjusted that would be even better.

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Are the factory latches adjustable? If so can you explain how?

I am about ready to add add'l. latches, but if they can be adjusted that would be even better.

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You can move the spring loaded jaws in and out.
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No one should have to do that. It should be taken care of at the factory for what these units cost.
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Old 07-15-2015, 11:56 PM   #16
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You can also cut Velcro strips and put on the back side of the drawer face and the stiles.
Yep, that would work. But when we are setup they move freely and don't have the extra resistance of the Velcro. Either way works.
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Old 07-22-2015, 02:09 AM   #17
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Drawers opening voluntarikt

May I ask what you are using for the rod. Love the mod
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May I ask what you are using for the rod. Love the mod
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Just a piece of 3/16" round stock from the hardware store.
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