Remove all the drawers you can and any stuff accessible.
Turn the whole cabinet upside down and start banging around to dislodge the
"Larry" wrote in message
Thanks for the good ideas. This is a top drawer. I've removed the
drawer beneath with the hopes of removing the drawer slides of the
offending drawer. No luck as they are side mounted. Looks like I am
going to cut an access in the drawer bottom and start pulling stuff out
until it will open.
By the way, she also managed to jam shut a drawer in an antique china
cabinet. On that one, I'm going to ponder some more before cutting.