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Can not get side of crib to come down!

Help me lower the side rail!!!

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    I can't figure out how to drop this side either???

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Pull up on the rail, then push with your shin on the bottom middle of the rail then it will slide down. If you watch the guides on the bottom you will see it slide back then it will slide down.

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You pull up and push in with you knee on the lower part at the same time.

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If I had a picture it would help.lol
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You could try finding another one(for parts) at a second-hand store,yardsale,etc.
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