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PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2018 12:19 pm 
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Good Morning,
I really hope someone can help me.
I had some fitted office furniture made about 10 years ago, and during some recent building work, a couple of the clips from the filing cabinet that attach the hanging rails for the files have gone missing.
Does anyone know where I can source either a complete new frame, or just 3 of the clips - as shown in the 2nd picture.
Thanks in advance

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Have you tried Staples?

https://www.staples.co.uk/search?x=30&y ... g+cabinets

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I think that you might struggle to find a particular plastic part like that.
Hafele have complete rails for filing drawers.
https://www.hafele.co.uk/en/


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This site seems to stock quite a few parts
https://oodlesofpartsplus.com/

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over the pond i think :lol:

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over the pond i think :lol:

It's amazing what you can get in the States. Must be a dream for DIYers.


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