How to Fix a Sagging Kitchen Drawer by Installing a Runner04:58
HGTV expert Henry Harrison helps a homeowner fix a sagging kitchen drawer by replacing a runner. After removing the drawers, they discover the drawer's runner to be missing. They remove the old nails, measure the length of the space using a folding ruler, and then cut a new runner using a scrap piece of wood. They attach the fresh runner using high-performance construction adhesive, and the drawer works as good as new.