Question about Cribs, Cradles & Bassinets
My son is now 8m and I need to lower his mattress so that he doesn't fall out. I lost my directions>
SOURCE: childesigns carrollton crib
I am not familiar with this crib, but I have been through many cribs and they all (so far) are adjustable to lower the mattress. You can figure it out by removing the mattress and matress board and inspecting the way the board is connected to the frame. Often there is a bar or rung that sits in a clip or groove at each corner of the crib just below the matress board. You may have to crawl underneath and look up at it. Usually you will be able to lower the platform without using tools, but be sure to take the weight off the platform by removing the mattress and board. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 14, 2006
Id need to know what model you had to put it together...
If you do know the model number just go to this link http://www.childcraftindustries.com/childcraft/assistance/
and type the model number in under "crib assembly instructions"
If you dont know the model number you might want to just browse the products and select one that looks similar to what you have and download those instructions.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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