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20 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (1-Pair)
  • Liberty
  • Model 942005
  • Internet #205171292
  • Store SO SKU #667322

20 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (1-Pair)

$1698 /each
Discontinued Model:

Model # 932005

Internet #203274020

Store SKU #667322

Liberty 20 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (2-Pack)
0885785470763

Discontinued Liberty

20 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (2-Pack)

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Product Overview

These full extension drawer slides have a built in soft close feature that closes any drawer slowly and silently. Each medium duty pair of ball bearing slides can be used in frameless or face-framed cabinets and contains screws and installation instructions. (Additional installation brackets needed for face frame cabinets).

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum expandable length (in.)
20
Product Height (in.)
1.81
Product Width (in.)
0.5
Slide Length (In.)
20

Details

Brand compatibility
N/A
Builders Hardware Product Type
Drawer Slides
Drawer Slide Type
Undermount, Euro/roller bearing, Ball bearing
Finish Family
Specialty Finishes
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
2
Returnable
90-Day
Self closing
Yes
Slide System
Full Extension
Weight load per set (lb.)
50

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Soft close latch immediately returns to the closed position after opening the drawer.

Immediately after I open the drawer I here a clicking sound which is the soft close mechanism failing to remain in the open position. What alignment should I do to fix this?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hi BRP, Thanks for your question and interest in this item. More information is needed to accurately answer your question. Please contact our Online Customer Service Department at 800-430-3376 to get more assistance with this item. Our hours of operation are between 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time daily.
Answered by: Sushma
Date published: 2015-11-04

the draw is shorter than the depth of the cabinet, what can I do.

Asked by: Anonymous
Purchase Drawer Slides to fit your Drawer if it is shorter than the depth of the cabinet. The drawer needs to be shorter so it won't stick out.
Answered by: LibertyHardwareSupport
Date published: 2015-09-17

Considerable drag on the drawer

I need to push/pull the drawer with a fair amount of force to open and close the drawer. With the ball bearings on both sides (20 inch / 508 mm), I was expecting a much smoother feel to the drawers. Is there a lubrication that I should apply to the ball bearings to lessen the friction?
Asked by: Anonymous
Most drawers shouldn’t require that much force. While this sort of problem can be caused by an overweight drawer, these slides are rated to 100lbs so that is rare. If the drawer gets more difficult to open at the beginning or the end then this is probably an alignment problem, where the two slides are not quite parallel. This can be often be fixed on face-frame cabinets by adjusting one of the rear sockets or on European cabinets by using the screw holes near the punched out U-shape on the slide. The holes closest to the bottom of the U allow the most flex to prevent problems like this. If the drawer just takes a lot of force the whole way out, it is likely caused by a lack of space between the drawer and the frame. The slides need ½” on each side of the drawer so they aren’t getting squeezed together, which interferes with them. The bottom of the drawer could also be dragging on the top of the frame, adding resistance. If you still want to add lubrication then most common lubricants, but I usually have the best luck with white lithium grease, all-purpose grease, or 3-in-1 oil. The stuff that is in the slide to start with is a custom grease that you won’t find in a store.
Answered by: LibertyHardwareSupport
Date published: 2015-09-17
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Customer Reviews

20 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (2-Pack) is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad design I bought a bunch of these to replace the aging slides in the house we own and these were the only "soft-close" option in stock at HD. I went home and did the first drawer. Force required to pull the slide out of the "soft close" mechanism is extreme and after you push the drawer nearly all the way closed the soft close doesn't engage until it's an 1-2 inches from closed. Also, I don't know if these are over greased or just assembled inconsistently, but the drawer requires some level of pressure all the way open and all the way closed. Classic bad installation symptoms, except everything is dead level, cabinets are plumb, and measurements double checked. The installation is correct. Also, as a final check, I opened two more packages of these slides and you can feel the same resistance as when it's installed.
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst drawer slides on the planet Soft close drawer slides are a wonderful thing if you buy a good quality brand. These are horrible. I purchased these at Home Depot rather than ordering a reputable brand online - big mistake. It takes a lot of force to get these open or closed. The soft close stops about 1/2" from being fully closed on some drawers. On other drawers it doesn't work at all. It just provides resistance so you have to push the drawer really hard to get it closed. Wish I had read the reviews before purchasing them. As another reviewer said, they behave as if they are installed incorrectly, or maybe as if the drawer is slightly too large for the opening. I'm a retired cabinet-maker and built these cabinets myself - I don't believe any of the problems are related to the installation of build of the cabinet or drawers.
Date published: 2014-04-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from total bad extremely hard to line up, I mean had to be computer perfect . Then the soft close mechanism would would not always engage and some times would just fall apart. Save your money and just buy regular slides. If you can find made in USA you are O K, otherwise not worth bringing home
Date published: 2014-04-19
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