I certainly can. Here is the information from HON:
1. Remove all items from the drawer; this includes hangrail bars (the bars the hanging folders rest on.) Remember, when unloading drawers, always start with the top drawer and work your way from top to bottom. When reloading, start at the bottom and work your way to the top.
2. Fully extend the drawer.
3. You need to push in on the exterior side of the drawer side with the palm of your left hand. At the same time, pop up on the bottom of the drawer with your right hand. You are pushing up at the same time you are
popping the drawer up. (If hand force is not enough, you may need to use a flat screwdriver to release the drawer side from the suspension.)
4. Once you have released the first side, have your partner support the drawer side that has been released while you repeat the process for the other side.
5. If you are moving the cabinet, please follow the loading/unloading instructions. Remember to re-level the unit once it has been relocated.
Have a great day!
Answered on 6/14/2016 by Jenn from NBF-MILW