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On my On my Homak the drawers have brown plastic stops at the point where the inner slide is stopped by the outer slide when the drawer is extended. These brown plastic stops have brown tails pointing to the front of the drawer. I had to lift the tail on the left while depressing the tail on the right and the drawer slid right out. When you put the drawer back into the slides and shut it, it automatically locks in place/

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There should be slots in the sides of the drawer slides. Insert a screw driver in the slots and push the tabs in and pull the drawer out that way. To reinstall the drawer just hold the drawer slide and push the drawer past the tabs.

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