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I'm not sure about the dresser drawers, but for the night stands and the armoire, pull the drawers all the way out. Feel under the drawer (towards the middle back), and there should be a plastic tab. Push the tab down toward the floor and pull the drawer at the same time. It should come right out.
Dressers are usually longer than chests ofdrawers and have 2 drawers that are long and not very deep. Dressers areusually shorter to allow room for a mirror to be places on top of it. Chests ofDrawers are usually taller and have multiple drawers usually smaller in lengthbut deeper and is more used for storage.
There are two metal tabs above the gliding rails on each of the drawers. Push them downward on each side simultaneously when the drawer stops. You may have to do this twice for each drawer; KinderKraft probably put this in as a safety precaution because it is nursery furniture.