You can see how the wheel wouldn't roll at all...the drawer was just sliding down the rail
So, I melted some FP pellets in my little craft skillet and fashioned them around the part of the wheel that had broken off
I used my dremel tool and ground down the plastic until it looked about the thickness of the original piece still there
Of course, the plastic did not adhere, but I simply put some E6000 and let it dry for about 6 hours
Looks just like the original wheel on the other side of the drawer:
And I'm happy to report that when I put the drawer back together....it works perfect!!! Of course, Kerry is amazed and is convinced that I can now repair anything that breaks with FP pellets!
I think I just made a horrible mistake!
If you live in Colorado - you can buy pellets at McGuckins in Boulder. I was just there last week and they have it in stock. MUCH cheaper than replacing the brackets and hardware on your kitchen drawers!
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