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I've had this happen before. Like the commenter mentioned, it's due to one of two things: The cabinet is not level with the floor causing the whole cabinet to lean forward. The tracks for the draw are not level, causing the drawer to tilt forward. Just get a level and test the drawer and the track.
There was no room to fit anything in the front so I took out the 2 drawers below and felt a space in the back of the drawer. Lying on my back, I took a large size padded envelope and threaded it into the narrow opening in the back pushing it best I could toward the front. It somehow freed the knife that had been jammed in the knife tray. It took 2 hours of ...
You can either replace the slides with a soft closing model, or you could possibly shoe horn in a damper piston like this one made by Blum. They work in the same way as the ones in your link (those are made to attach to a hinge) but it can be recessed into a block or, in theory, drilled into a drawer side. The process would be to attach the piston in ...
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