Need manual and some parts for Bethany James 4-in-1 crib
I was in a fire, and unfortunately, the extra parts and the manual that I had was burned. So I have no idea where to look or who to contact to get a manual and parts. I need to convert it into a daybed for my daughter and I am lost at what I am supposed to do. It is a Bethany James 4-in-1 crib. I bought it from Wal-Mart. Please help me firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
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If the manufacturer doesn't offer the parts any more - that is a strong indication that they don't feel using the crib is safe. How old is it? If it was made before June 2011 then it doesn't meet the mandatory crib standard that went into effect then. The crib is the only place you should leave your baby alone. Thus it should be the safest product in your home.
Hi I can help you. The items you need are common items found at any hardware store. I would spend a few extra dollars and get all stainless steel parts if I could. If you have any of these items, just bring samples to the hardware store and match them up. other wise, bring in the manual.
gud morning..maybe you can put a replacement of the plastic piece that slides or snaps on and covers the entire top of each side rail, you replace it by puting a cloths on it..and make sure that the child is safe.
I have a similar crib by Rita Bella. This is what worked for me.
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.
Take the matress out and look in the envelope attached to the frame which should have your directions in it. If you didn't put them here, it is pretty simple. You have two options but you need to have the extra screws and parts that came with it to make the modification.
1) there is a 'day bed' option that requires two short pieces of wood for each end. Remove the front adjustable wall along with all the slider hardware. Make sure the bed is at the lowest point and screw the wood pieces into the holes directly above the bed frame spot and to the point under the bed with the metal spacers provided. (You need 2 long screws and 1 short screw and 1 wood piece per side to make the day bed option.
2) to use the back piece as a headboard, remove the back piece and replace the back right post of the drawer stand with extra board provided. Add the brackets and your purchased frame.