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11 YEAR OLD CHILD CRAFT CRIB.GOING THREW THE FORTH CHILD.WOOD CRIB,BOUGHT AT SEARS.BOTH SIDES DROP DOWN.HAS TWO DIFFERENT SPRINGS FOR THE RAILS. ONE TWO HOLD UP.THE OTHER FOR A COUSION. WHICH SPRING IS WHICH SPRING IS WHICH?ONE IS LONGER THEN THE OTHER.

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Can I ask where you found those instructions online? I just bought the same crib, used, and have no idea how to put it together.

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The longer spring goes on the bottom between the bottom of the bottom rail and the lowest L-bracket. the shorter one goes between the top of the bottom rail and beneath the upper L-bracket. the purpose of the top spring is to provide some resistence so that the rail must be consciously lifted before the kick lever can be actived. It prevents a toddler in the crib from accidently dropping the rail. The bottom spring catches the rail so it doesn't drop with a "thunk" when you open the rail to take the child out.

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Found instructions online

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