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Stanley MyHaven Crib - How to get mattress to lowest position

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. 
Any tips?
Thanks very much in advance, Frustrated Mom

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