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Manage My Life

How do I remove the drawer from my washer pedestal base?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
December 27th, 2011

I have a Kenmore washer model number 110.45981400. I have lost an item under the pedestal base. I can't figure out how to remove the pedestal's drawer to be able to retrieve the item. The manual makes only slight references to the pedestal base and nothing about drawer operation.

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Manage My Life
I followed the steps in #1 above but not cannot get the drawer slide to go all the way back to the front so that I can screw it back in. I am working in very tight quarters. Is there any way to remove the drawer with the slide attached so that I can take it to a better place to get the slide all the way back to the frontand screw it back in?
by Manage My Life
December 27th, 2011
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There are 2 different models of pedestals. Since you did not submit which model you have I will give you instructions for both:

1. In order to remove the pedestal drawer you will need to slide the drawer out & remove the 2 screws, one on each side of the front outside drawer rails. Once these screws are removed the complete drawer will lift off of the slide rails. Lift up & out to disengage the rear tabs. Reverse this procedure to re-install.

2. Locate the levers on the drawer slides on each side of the drawer. Pull the lever up on the left side of the drawer and at the same time, push the lever down on the right side. While holding the levers in position, pull the drawer all the way out and set aside.
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June 12th, 2008
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