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Under desk sliding tray won't slide

I have my keyboard on an under the desk sliding tray that won't slide open for full use. My niece pushed the tray closed and now it won't slide. It is like it is locked.

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It sounds like She closed it with it not quite aligned properly.

First try lift up on it a bit while pulling it out some, if it's jammed it may take quite a bit of force. If you have more than one person 1 might lift and the other pull.

If this is tried with no success, you may have to go underneath the desk with a screwdriver and remove one of the sliderails in order to dislodge it. Once loose seperate the sliderails from the mounts and then reattach the mount to the desk. Then insert the rollers into the mount (Holding tray at a 45 deg angle.) Once the rollers are in tilt the tray down and push the tray in to seat it. It should click into place when it catches. It should now be able to slide as normal.

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