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The slide out won't attach and it keeps sliding back out

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Where the trash can / machine is, when installing it, was it put in level or on a slant, could be an easy fix if you take it out and try put it back in with an upward position, So when you go to the trash pullout machine, you will have to give it a little pull.

Posted on Oct 17, 2013

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    Rhonda Harris Oct 17, 2013

    I can check. When it was first installed, you would hear a little "click" when it attached when being pushed in. There is no longer any click, and it rolls back out and opens the cabinet door

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