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Not sure where to find the product code

I bought the product at Wal-Mart. I have the original box. I installed the product on my computer w/ no problems. Just recently my computer crashed and everything was wiped out. I went to reinstall w/ the numbers on the box, (which I think I used, not sure). It's similar to the type of tag that comes w/ Vista and their other software. Anyway, it will not accept any of those numbers. I have only had this about 3 or 4 months. I feel like I wasted my money. What numbers are they looking for? Please help!!!
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Sounds like you are using the correct code.

Is there a trial version of Office on your computer after you installed your OS? If so, use Control Panel to uninstall the trial version, (and the full version if you installed it) and then try reinstalling your new version.

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This along with many many of the drop sidecribs our there has been recalled due to problems with the drop-side detaching on these cribs.

Here is a link to the CPSC recall on that includes the 8740 crib.

According to the info the company is most likely our of business and no longer sending out repair kits.

If you know where you purchased it, then check to see if they will take it back.

We has purchased ours a wal-mart about 8 years ago and we took ours to a local walmart (different state then we had bought it at) last summer and recieved a full refund without the original reciept. Because it was an older one and wal-mart was not listed in the CPSP report the Customer Service clerk did have to work a little harder at finding it in there system, but once she did it was not an issue at all. I don't know if all retail stores are a good about refunds on recalled products, but they might be.

If you can't remember where you bought it then check with your local wal-mart and see if they carried it since it's a recalled item.

As a last resort, you could screw the drop-sides in and use it as a non-drop-side crib to continue it's use.

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The company that made these has gone out of business, so you cannot get a replacement. However, I have a used 702 which I can sell to you for $45+shipping. It has all the parts, in original box.
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