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The handles on my Ashley Furniture desser drawers are falling off.One by one they break off as we simply open drawers.

The furniture has been discontinued and I do not know how to get new handles. Haven't had any other problems with the furniture but not have handles on the drawers is aggravating . The bedroom suite is only a couple of years old and I love the design, but we are unable to use the dresser because of the missing handles and inability to open the drawers.

I would love to find out how to get replacement handles.

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Anonymous
#1464788

I have the same issue with the Camilla bedroom furniture.. I have 7 broken. Very poorly made.

Anonymous
#1450844

I have the same issue with the Coal Creek Dark Brown Poster Bed collection

Anonymous
#1386833

I have the same problem. Cheaply made.

Anonymous
#1370419

I have the same problem and can not find the dresser drawer handles.

Anonymous
Port Washington, Wisconsin, United States #1344584

Like the rest of you.I also have the Ashley bedroom set and the dresser pull on the dresser model B634-31 has broken where the pin goes into the socket that is screwed into the dresser drawer.

I have been on google all day trying to locate replacements with no luck.

Has anyone been able to locate the pulls or something similar?If so please contact me at midwestgirl2012@yahoo.com

Anonymous
Arkansas, United States #1330391

We have the same problem. Can't find the dresser drawer pull handles and all of ours have broken. Did anyone on here ever find any?

Anonymous
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa #1296753

I too am having the same problem.I contacted the home store and they told me to bring in one of the broken handles.

So I'm going to try that. I also told the person that answered the phone about the blog on the Internet about this problem.

We all need to express our concern with the home company where we bought the furniture.

Ashley HomeStore

Colton · 33 mi

Open until 9:00 PM

855 Ashley Way, Colton, CA 92324

Open today · 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM (909) 433-5303

Anonymous
Home, Pennsylvania, United States #1240949

If you find out, let me know! We had ours under a year!

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1299344

Has anyone had any luck on finding replacement handles? Mine are breaking too and I need three right now

Anonymous
Vienna, Virginia, United States #1201600

We have the exact same problem. Very annoying for the price we paid.

Anonymous
#1168460

I too am having the same problem of the drawer handles breaking off.My bedroom furniture have also been discontinued.

My first handle broke off about 3 months after it was purchased. So far I've had 4 to break.

Nice furniture, bad drawer pulls. I have (2) 3 drawer night stands, an 8 drawer dresser, a 6 drawer media chest, and a 5 drawer chest of drawers. That is 25 drawers with a total of 26 drawer pulls to be replaced that is going to be a very expensive replacement cost.

So far no luck in finding the right sized drawer pulls.I would love to know if we all have the same bedroom furniture or the same handles.

Anonymous
Clifton Park, New York, United States #1150609

We also have the same problem with the pull handles.Hard to believe they would use such cheap pull handles from china.

John

Anonymous
#1096922

We have the same problem our furniture has been discontinued and the handles are 5 1/2 inch hole to hole and no one sells them that long. Our furniture number is B634-31 Ashley furniture please let us know ggcaligirl@gmail.com Thanks

Anonymous
#1054262

Same here.Payed good money, for something that did not last.

This furniture is not used by children so it is not mishandled.Will not buy Ahshely products again.

Anonymous
#1053854

Same here the pull handles crack in the middle one by one. Cheap!!!! I need replacements as well.

Anonymous
#1053299

I have had the same problem with a handle on a Ashley furniture dresser, and would like to repeat the question "Where can one get new handles for furniture draws?"

Anonymous
Yucca Valley, California, United States #1033575

I could probably steer you in the right direction, but I cannot envision "breaking off" in regards to the handles.Are they screwed on and the handle breaks off and leaves the screws behind?

Are they glued on (unlikely)? Your description is unclear. If it is the first reason, then measure the distance between the screws, go to a hardware store and get handles that have the screws the same distance apart.

Get a screwdriver that fits the slots, then remove the old screws and install the new handles with the new screws (or reuse the old screws if they fit).This is an easy fix if this is what you mean in regards to "breaking off".

Anonymous
to PurrPurr #1043236

Our handles are also breaking off. It's pretty *** expensive to replace 16 handles when we've already paid over $6000.00 for the set!!! Not a good answer!!

Anonymous
to PurrPurr Cardington, Ohio, United States #1100238

In my case they are drop handles which break in the center and leave the posts that the drop handle swivels in behind.the posts are on a 3.375 centers and we can't find anything close.

if i could find something close in style and size i could put them on the bottom drawers so the mismatch wouldn't be noticed.

If you have an idea where to get a drop down style drawer pull in antique brass finish I would certainly take a look, Purrpurr.thanks.

Anonymous
to Milo Newark, New Jersey, United States #1238749

We have had identical problem!

One by one each handle breaks off and there is no way to fix it.

We had an Ashley warranty, however this began to occur right after the warranty was over.

We did the exact same thing as you...

we.moved them around so as not to be noticed. Finally we had so many broken that we went to Ashley and had to

replace them with similar looking knobs. These replacemenrs do not fit well. We had to put washers in to keep these tight.

Ashley took no responsibility for this inferior product.

The replacement knobs were expensive..we needed 26 plus we fear these new ones, too, will break.

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