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Need to put crib together

I need 1 bracket that holds drop side bar in place on bottom of side there are 4 but 1 is missing and need complete assembly bolts for stationary side these were lost in move.

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The company said this is discontinued and cannot be replaced. They no longer use this type of latch bracket. I guess we will have to purchase a new crib.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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