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Trying to find replacement parts

I have a Storkcraft Baby crib which I need to find parts for the sliding side. The top and bottom brackets that hold the rail in place snapped and I cannot find how to order replacements. I have a Storkcraft - Rochester Stages 3-in-1 Crib, Natural that I need parts for. The top right side of the sliding rail piece broke and I need the replacement piece. Please email me at sweet35401@aol.com if you can help thanks

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  • peppers4ever Jan 10, 2009

    i jneed the replacement part as well

  • prichclan04 Jan 11, 2009

    I have a storkcraft crib with the same broken piece as sweet35401

  • Jessica - 87 Jan 16, 2009

    I have a Storkcraft Baby Chelsea Stages 4in1 Crib, and when I opened it, the Bottom Left Slider is broken. How do i get another? Email jessica_d_lopez@yahoo.com


  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    were do i find crib connectors


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Hi, replacement parts can be found on amazon, click here: Amazon com Storkcraft Baby crib parts and take a look. Wish you best of luck. Cheers

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I have a simplicity for children 5-n-1 ultra deluxe graco convertible crib, and the bottom lower track connector with the metal clip is broke. How do i get another?

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Follow this link for the recall to get replacement parts free. This is a Major International Recall

http://209.207.119.61/Default.aspx

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

If the crib is older than 2005 storkcraft will not help you!

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

Call storkcraft 1-877-274-0277 7am-3pm pst or go to www.storkcraft.com

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I have a storkcraft crib and i cant get a hold of any one about the repair kit. solve this

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I have a rochester stages crib (in cherry) that we just converted to a full size bed. I am selling all the peices we don't need for the crib. If you are still in need of certain pieces, please email me, acappaert@comcast.net, or check ebay for my auction!

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    Brebre Lua Aug 14, 2015

    Would you still have all rails parts available?

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When you call to get the kit to fix the problem (800) 356-2229 you could ask Evenflo directly!

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You can fill out the online order form above or you can call them at
877-274-0277 M-F from 7:00 AM to 3:00 OM PST.

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I'm not sure if your idea will work,as both sides of the rail need to be raised up and down. Or do you mean that both sides of the crib go up and down?
If I had a picture it would help.lol
Make sure that if you can't fix the sliding rail that you leave it at the highest position so that baby can't pull itself up when he/she gets to that stage.
You could try finding another one(for parts) at a second-hand store,yardsale,etc.
Good luck.

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