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You may be able to find some NOS (new old stock) pulls of the same type on eBay or Etsy. I recently did the same thing for an old writing desk that was missing one of the pulls. I couldn't find a match for the missing one, so I replaced the whole set. If you want them repaired, then they will probably need to be brazed and re-tapped. That is a job that you ...
Undermounts are the standard of the industry these days and most models don't require a side wall to support the drawer. Here's a pdf from Accuride that shows the rear hook you'll need (See page 3, figure 9), although Blum, Hettich, etc. all have there own version. The drawer will have to be made to the specs of the slides you purchase which will mean some ...
Top mount drawer slides are an option.
Knitting needles worked for me! Drawer was able to be slightly opened and with aid of flashlight realized it was the handle of a large knife that was the culprit. We had tried all of the above suggestions without success. Pushed the handle down with the knitting needle and drawer slid right open!
Slide a metal tape measure into the drawer and keep feeding it into the drawer until you are able to catch a loop of it at the back of the drawer. Pull the loop through until you have the end of the tape then pull on both ends. This will mean that the tape will be at the top of the drawer and you can work it from side to side until it dislodges the item ...
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