Broyhill is a furniture company that produces high-quality furniture. The dressers often come with a small plastic latch along the runner of the drawer track. This latch prevents you, or small children, from pulling the dresser drawers out completely. You can release the latch and remove the drawers easily.
Pull the dresser drawer out half way. Remove any of the items in the drawer.
Try to pull the drawer all the way out, slowly. If the drawer feels like it is caught and you can't pull it out all the way, it has a latch. Empty the rest of the drawers.
Stand to the right side of the dresser, facing it, and pull the drawer out as far as it will go. Reach your left hand into the dresser behind the drawer. Feel along the drawer track for a small plastic latch.
Push the latch inward, toward the track, to release it. At the same time, lift that side of the drawer off the track with your free hand. Walk over to the other side of the dresser and repeat this with the other track. You can now pull the drawer out completely. Repeat with each drawer.
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