Question about Baby Gear
This is wood crib with one side that moves up and down, has moveable bar on bottom for lock/release of the side and two round metal supports/attachments on each end that hold this side up/down. there is an L shaped metal support that is attached to this side also that appears to support the mattress but the mattress is actually held at various levels by a type of four s hooks. It is together correctly i think but the wooden side with holes where it attaches to the vertical supports appears the holes are swollen since the side doesnt slide at all easily, difficult to force.
I have directions for the Lullabye Princeton Crib, Model 311146
that I purchased in 1993. It sounds like the same type of hardware
that allows the front rail (only) to move up and down, with springs
at the bottom to cushion the drop. If you think this might help you
and you want me to post these directions, just let me know.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
This stupid thing won't let me post under I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM so I am posting under solution Sorry!
I also have a Lullabye crib that is 28 years old and I have no instructions how to put together the "up and down" side. My daughter is planing on usingteh crib and is due Friday Feb 13th so we need help ASAP.
I found some general instructions on line but I don't know if they will work for this crib.My dtr is in another city and I have to email them. If they work for you please let me know.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
I Have the solution to the problem with the L brackets on Lullabye cribs it is simple actually Below the mattress support height adjuster (long skinny metal piece on all 4 corners ..... with multiple heights) is where your L brackets will go the top one upside down then the bottom one right side up (so it looks like an L.
Any other Questions About this crib or other baby products don't hesitate to contact me @ MyAngel_MyBestFriend@yahoo.com
Posted on May 13, 2009
Please - DO NOT USE an older crib for your baby to sleep in. Look at all the recent recalls with cribs. A crib is the one place you should feel safe leaving your baby. How could you possibly trust something that is 19, 28 or 30 years old? Wood dries out, the glue dries out, screws get lost or threads get worn, plastic parts age and get brittle. And if you don't have the instructions, how do you even know if you have put it together right? And if all that doesn't convince you - do you know the safety standards in cribs have changed significantly over the last 10 years? A crib made 10 years ago would be able to be sold at Walmart or Toys R US. A $40 plain Pack N Play is safer environment for your child than an old crib with missing instructions or parts.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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