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The tracks were level. I think the second photo exaggerated the slant due to camera angle. I actually wound up loosening the screws a bit and it completely fixed the problem. When I tightened them again to test this, the problem started again.
Your tracks are not level. What you need to do is take the drawers out and then unscrew the back of the track where it attaches to the wall. Then you need to move it down so it is just a little bit unlevel (make sure the track slants down away from you!).
It's opening either due to gravity, or something pushing on it. Either way, solve the problem by adjusting the tracks. Make the tracks themselves level or slightly past level. Don't use the level on the drawer top, but on the tracks themselves. You'll probably have to take the drawer out entirely to adjust the track screws inside the cabinet.
I had a drawer that was stuck and perhaps by the weight of the contents inside, it had become slightly derailed on the back side. Fortunately, I could view it from below, prop it up beneath (with a $5.00 plant stand, just the right height!), and pull it out enough to un-derail it. Seems to have fixed the problem. Hope this helps.
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