Many times the manufacturer puts the conversion instructions on the bottom side of the flat board that fits under the mattress. Remove the mattress, flip over the flat board, and see if the instructions are there!
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Re: Lost instructions for Jardine Madison Crib
Try contacting Jardine at (800) 646-4106. I am not sure if this phone number is only for the recalled cribs or for Jardine in general, but if it is the recall number only, they should be able to get you the correct number for customer service to get you instructions or any parts you may need. FYI - I did not see your crib model on the list of recalled cribs. =)
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I ended up calling the store where I purchased the Crib and asked for instructions. They told me to remove the footboard basicly the front part of the crib and then placed the daybed board on it. Done... once I was able to remove the front part the rest just fell into place.
I called Jardine Enterprises and they said they would email me a manual . Call them at 1-800-295-1980 and provide them with the model number and mfg date of your crib and they will send you a manual via email.
I have the same crib for my daughter when I went to change it I called the company bc I couldn't find the toddler rails that matched the crib.. They said that it doesn't convert into a toddler bed, just a day bed, and a full-sized bed.. I said NO it's a four in one.. their reply.." yes, a crib, a day bed, a full size bed with foot board, and a full sized without the foot board." I laughed and told them what a joke that was.. So my husband and I took the front off the bed to make it the daybed and went to walmart and bought a toddler bar for like 20 dollars in the baby department. She loves it and it worked for us without having to spend another 150 dollars for a cheap toddler bed.. good luck.. btw this crib has been recalled.. you might want to check it out
To convert your crib to a Full Size bed you will need to purchase a set of full size bed rails (hook style for headboard and foot board). You can find this at any discount mattress store, or furniture outlet, it can range in price from $39.99 - $99.99. To install the rails you will see slots with bars on the headboard/footboard, this is where the hooks on the rails slide into. There are no bolts used to secure the rails to the headboard/footboard.
Jardine enterprises does not make a wood rail kit as was shown in some of the earlier ads for the Madison line of convertible cribs, and do not waste your time ordering the rail kit from Babies-R-Us as it is simply a metal rail kit (which you may be able to get cheaper at a local furniture/mattress store).
Use the lower daybed rail between the two front posts for the foot board. Another option for the full-size conversion is to purchase the metal rails (hook style) for a headboard only and not even bother with a foot board.
If you are still unsure of what you need to do for the full-size conversion please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
I just went on to the Storkcraft website for Canada and found some installation instructions. There are instructions for the initial set up, for converting to a toddler bed, and converting to a daybed. Here's the link . On the right side there are 3 links for Assembly instructions. The first is the initial assembly, the second shows the toddler bed and daybed assembly, and the third is a complete installation manual. Hope that helps!