Back Plate for dresser drawer

A handy person from Los Angeles says:
Attached are two photos of a polyurethane back plate for a wood dresser drawer. Your part product coded 32-112 appears to be the right part. But since my parts are broken I cannot take all the measurements. Those that I can measure match yours. The only difference is your replacement has two holes for screws, which is better for me that the staples used for the original construction. Is your part the correct replacement?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
I think our 32-112 looks like a good match, yes. You should try to make sure all the dimensions we show match, maybe from an undamaged guide. You could either screw it in or try to use staples, whichever you think would be easier.
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