Drawer runners may require adjustment because of wear or simply because they were misaligned when the unit was constructed. Adjustment is a straightforward process of reattaching the runner.
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©2009 Dorling Kindersley Limited
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Unscrew the runner, ideally leaving the rear screw in place.
Position a level on the runner, and use an awl to mark new mounting holes.
Screw the runner back in place. Reposition the drawer and check for improved operation. Re-adjust if necessary.
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