Question about Stanley myHaven Built to Grow Crib
Hello, I have a Stanley MyHaven Crib and need to know how to change the adjustment bars to allow the mattress to be on the lowest position. I lost my instructions and tried to do it on my own, but could only get it to the middle position, but not the lowest. The reason? It's nearly impossible to screw in the bolts in the proper position unless one pulls the front wood panels off of the crib, nearly dismantling the whole crib.
Thanks very much in advance, Frustrated Mom
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most of the cribs that you buy have directions on the bottom of the mattress board on how to assemble. They might not be word for word, but its pretty informative. Hey, it does have pictures! LOL
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
Vancouver-based manufacturer Stork Craft is voluntarily recalling more than a million baby cribs in Canada and the United States over a potential suffocation hazard.
The cribs were manufactured in Canada, China and Indonesia between May 2000 and November 2008, the company said in a release.
About 494,000 of the cribs were sold in Canada and 535,000 in the U.S. in several retailers such as Wal-Mart, Kmart and J.C. Penny, as well as on several websites, including Amazon.com, Babiesrus.com, Costco.com and Walmart.com, the U.S.Consumer Product Safety Commission said in an advisory Tuesday.
Apparently in the garbage...but seriously,please call them. You may be entitled to free parts or replacement.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Most cribs have tabs on the rails of them .... take everything out .. bedding,mattress,etc. Take a look at the platform that the mattress lays in especially the corners.... You might see a hook at each corner that fits into a release tab unlock the realease tab and remove the hook. Do this for each side and reinsert the hooks at the correct level in the crib... If this is not the case you may need to look at the owners manual... But I think you should be able to get a good idea about how it lowers when you remove all the bedding out of the crib..... good luck
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Normally, yes- depends on how old the nailer is. But first, let's ask: are you getting at least 90 psi of pressure to the rig?
If so, you may adjust the nailer with an allen wrench, or with a thumbwheel, both of which are located near the firing mechanism.
IMPORTANT: before you mess with it, be sure no pressure is left in the unit, otherwise you may be on here asking how to extract a framing nail from your skull while your hand is attached!
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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