itself. It will stay closed when I close it
for a while, then if I bump the desk (which
I do often while I'm sitting at it), it will
open. Does anyone know a quick/easy way
to fix this?
Well, it depends. Is the drawer on a 'fixed rail', or is it on a removable rail? If you have a fixed rail, any fix may create a problem where the drawer will be hard to OPEN.
If you have removable rails, you could re-level the rails and reinstall them. You may have to drill NEW holes in the rail this time around unless you putty-fill the existing holes and re-drill. Just be careful when redrilling. Start w/a small bit, then work your way up to the size you want to finish with. Depending, you may have to 'block out' a spot if you end up remounting the rails. I had to do this on 2 of our kitchen drawers because inside wood was so worn, I couldn't reuse it. I simple glued and screwed a piece of wood next to the bad spot (that was the same width as the bad piece in there already), and drilled a couple of new pilot holes in the rail, and then remounted it.
My best to ya and hope this helps.
Jay J -Moderator
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