Supplies and Tools:
Cordless drill/driver Kit 3/8-in. 12-Volt
Drill bit 1/16-inch
Green drawer Guides
Purple drawer Guides
Phillips metal screws #8
Screwdriver bit tip holder with Phillips bit
Sheetrock 3/4-inch Screws
This job was done in Chino Hills, California. Inez has a beautiful condominium home with multiple levels. Each level is decorated like the homes you see on television. In this job, Inez hired me to repair her master bathroom vanity drawers.
This post show the ten steps on how to repair drawer guides that have come loose from the rear wall of the bathroom vanity.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the purple rear guide that will be screwed to the rear wall of the cabinet and the original metal monorail.
|Fig.1 Purple guide|
|Fig.3 Metal screw|
|Fig.4 Original guide|
Step 7: Fig.7 shows the Phillips screws
|Fig.7 Phillip screw|
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