draw front


Just assembled (?) an MFI draw. The draw front connectd to the draw side by two protruding metal T shaped lugs. I pushed the draw in place, felt the click, then when I offered it up to the draw runners ,,,,,,, the draw front was upside down. Anyone know how to release these clips or get the front off please.
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I do not know the answer but drawER is the correct spelling, but if you had read the instructions you would know this, and also the frontage would be the right way up! I suggest you ask MFI as I am sure this has happened before, but not to you obviously!
HTH
John
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I did look at the instructions but they are picures with no written guidance. The picture does not show which was the drawer front is clipped on as it is so small.
I did phone MFI and they were to get back to me......................... I am still waiting.
Anyway, I have just had another go at it and have released the front, more by luck than anything else. I used a small screwdriver and moved a small spring held clip, and it released the catch.
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Once put up small trampoline for by daughter. This involved stretching the elastic and winding it through numerous eyelets of the canvas - keeping the tension even all the way round so it would be centred within the frame. Then with sweat pouring off me, I tried to attach the handrail to the frame only to find that the front section of frame was back to front (there was a hole on the inside rather than outside and not shown anywhere in the instructions!) Had to dismantle whole thing and start again.
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John wrote:

John,
Not a very helpful answer was it?
You must have had a bad day and the ethos of this group slipped your mind.
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