Retro-Active
I have reached back and retrieved a number of items like spatulas that lurched out of a drawer into the space behind the drawers.  I need to reach back further to get the rest of the items (forks, spoons, etc) but the drawers get in the way.
Does anyone know how to remove the drawers so I can do that?
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mikes
There's a little plastic tab in the drawer slide which needs to be pushed aside (up on one side, down on the other, as I recall) so the drawer will come out completely. I don't know who makes their slides, or I'd go look for a picture. 
Mike
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Retro-Active
Thank you Mike. I fiddled with those parts but did not figure out how they worked. I will try again and move them up or down.
Much appreciated!
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mikes
I can only say how mine work. Newer trailers may have different ones. But, they're all basically the same in that there's a lever or tab which has to be moved to release the drawer.
Mike
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Retro-Active
I just removed multiple pieces of silverware, a pen, a package of wipes, etc from behind/beneath my retro drawers, thanks to Mike S's recommendation.
I did lots more fiddling with the sides of the drawers, thinking it would be one of the round/oval parts I am supposed to push up or down.
My reading glasses were fogging up and I was working up a sweat (how can one do that when barely moving?)
I took the enclosed photo before I figured out what part is supposed to be moved up or down.
It turns out the important part is the little black plastic tail furthest forward on the drawers, which is just out of view in the photo.  I believe I moved them up. I was able to remove the top drawer, but not the bottom one.
Luckily that was enough to give me full access. Be aware that there are wires both beside the drawers and in the space behind them and the heater. I was groping around in that space without being able to see. Thank goodness I do not have any critters using the space as a hideout.

Thanks again Mike. Problem solved. retro drawer.jpg 
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