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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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I bought a kinderkraft crib used and it came with the hardware, but no instruction manual. Can I find assembly instrutions online?


  • I can tell you how to assemble it.
  1. Place an insert nut into the top of the stationary rail.
  2. Place another nut into the bottom of that same rail.
  3. Flip that rail over and put another nut into the top and bottom of it the same as you just did.
  4. Now stick a two bolts into one side of the headboard.
  5. Stand up the headboard and twist them bolds from the headboard into the stationary rail.
  6. Now you want to twist two bolts through the secondary headboard and through the other side of the stationary rail. Make sure not to tighten them bolts up to much yet.
  7. Now put the mattress support inside the crib.
  8. Take four bolts into the top holes that are pre-drilled in the slat on the headboard and then on through to the mattress support.
  9. Do the same now with the other slat support for the headboard.
  10. Now do the same with the two remaining slats for the secondary headboard.
  11. Now tighten all the bolts real well.
  12. Put the crib on it's side.
  13. Now your gonna stick the canisters into the legs. Tap them in with a hammer if they are a bit stubborn.
  14. Now slide the rubber off of the lower side bracket.
  15. Hold the front drop rail so that the push plate faces away from the crib.
  16. Now slide that front drop rail on the tracks until it is all the way in the crib and then reinstall the rubber stoppers.
  17. Now put the crib on it's casters and go over the crib and give it a once over and make sure everything is secure and tight.
  18. Crib is ready to use now.


Regards, Tony

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My friend gave me a crib she purchased from you years ago, it has the drop sides but is not on any recall list, she checked before I got it, only thing is I am trying to put it together and don't know how....


You havent given us enough detail. When you say 'Bottom Spring" do you mean the mattress support?
The drop down bars bolt on to the headboard or footboard (one each) and let the dropside move up and down, held in place by the bars. The backside usually has bolts that run thru the head and footboard
to attach them. Some just have small nubs that the top of the backside sit onto and a bolt holds the
bottom of both sides. If you wish to send a picture of what you have for further details, send
it to ozarks333@hotmail.com
I will help you get it right.

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1. Remove drawer.
2. Face crib's drop-side.
3. On left side of crib (based on you facing the drop-side) locate two allen head screws close to you. Unscrew them. A piece of wood in the front will drop. This is normal.
4. Push left side of crib outward (about 1/4") until you can see the metal pin that controls the locking function of the drop-side. It is near the bottom.
5. Pull out the bottom part of the drop-side so it's not in the plastic groove area anymore. This should get the right side out as well.
6. Tilt the drop-side -- the bottom part should swing toward you. When it is completely tilted, you will see the wooden groove in the side of the crib, and you can then remove the drop-side pretty easily.
7. Replace the screws. You may need an extra pair of hands to get all the parts in place.
8. Replace the drawer.

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