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Old 11-07-2014, 10:18 PM   #1
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Anyone know where to find the latches for the drawers?

I'm looking for a place to purchase some extra latches like the ones used in the drawers in the kitchen? The cabinet side of the dish drawer is no longer working as expected. I've "popped" out the latch but that only worked once or twice before it decided to stay in the closed position which effectively no longer keeps the drawer closed.

Had a similar problem with the latch on the closet doors. Eventually just removed it.

It would be nice to purchase a couple of these to replace the worn ones and keep a few more on hand. Didn't want to call Redwood and try and get a couple as I expect that might be more hassle than it's worth. These can't be more than a few $$ online somewhere.
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Old 11-07-2014, 10:28 PM   #2
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Camping world had them, I bought some last year for my other TT
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Old 11-07-2014, 10:33 PM   #3
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Amazon has a few latches. This looks pretty heavy duty.

But many others as well. Search rv cabinet latch
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Old 11-08-2014, 01:48 AM   #4
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I'm looking for a place to purchase some extra latches like the ones used in the drawers in the kitchen? The cabinet side of the dish drawer is no longer working as expected. I've "popped" out the latch but that only worked once or twice before it decided to stay in the closed position which effectively no longer keeps the drawer closed.

Had a similar problem with the latch on the closet doors. Eventually just removed it.

It would be nice to purchase a couple of these to replace the worn ones and keep a few more on hand. Didn't want to call Redwood and try and get a couple as I expect that might be more hassle than it's worth. These can't be more than a few $$ online somewhere.

I purchased the last one I needed at a local RV dealer. Dealers that stock a lot of parts will have them. Or, you can purchase on line. If you look at the part used on the Redwood cabinets, find the name on the side of the latch and google it you will come up with a source. Also, just google RV push latch and you will come up with it.
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I had the same ones break. I called my dealer and they sent me a new one. I also ordered a couple from Amazon that are more heavy duty. The part number is H316.
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I had the same ones break. I called my dealer and they sent me a new one. I also ordered a couple from Amazon that are more heavy duty. The part number is H316.
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I think those are the 10 lb pull version. Ours our the 5 lb pull, I think that's H315.

Found one on Amazon I'm going to try. Will also check Lowes and Camping World. Was surprised these run $10, guess I won't keep as many on hand as I had hoped...
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I think those are the 10 lb pull version. Ours our the 5 lb pull, I think that's H315.

Found one on Amazon I'm going to try. Will also check Lowes and Camping World. Was surprised these run $10, guess I won't keep as many on hand as I had hoped...

I think I paid $7. and change at a local RV dealer in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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We had the same thing happen on our closet doors... We took them off and replaced them with strong magnets and that works great. We have the latch for travel at the bottom anyway, so we just needed them to stay closed. I actually like the magnets better than the latches.
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We had the same thing happen on our closet doors... We took them off and replaced them with strong magnets and that works great. We have the latch for travel at the bottom anyway, so we just needed them to stay closed. I actually like the magnets better than the latches.
Good idea and perfect timing as I'm just about to head down to Lowes.
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Say hi to Todd... he's probably down there too buying pex connectors for under the bed... LOL!
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Hi Theresa

What were those you used for the front closet magnets. I think I'd like to replace our latch with something else as they don't seem to line up. Magnets are good, I think. Where and what did you buy?

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Hi Jim; I don't know what you call them... here are the pictures of them. They are just from Home Depot. They are nice because you know how stuff is always getting "out of alignment" and the magnets aren't so picky. We are going to put the soft closers on all the drawers too because they eliminate the need for latches on those too. That will be a bit bigger project!
Here is the Left door. Notice that we had to add a small block of wood to mount it on:

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How nice. Thanks for that idea. We northwesterners need to stick together.
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