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crib design has not change much through-out the years, except for the fire-safe matresses and the side bars are a little closer together. Other than that it's not much different. I hardly doubt you will find parts for a crib that old but you may find parts for others that are compatible. The Jenny Lind line is made by delta enterprises.com You can order everything from their website
Start with www.evenflo.com
If they don't have it,you could try places such as www.productsamerica.com
New/used shops sometimes have cribs that have seen better days,but some of the parts are still good.
Hope this helps.
i put my kid up with the manual that came with it but i more of a guessing game with the cribs cus the diagrams and instuction that come with the crib sucks i would suggest putting the hard ware on the railing side first and putting the sides together then the sidling front then we put the middle in it was a whole afternoon but dont use a drill if is says not to cus you will strip the wood and the nails
Hi, My solution may be a little late but I just had the same problem today. I wanted to share this information with you! Good Luck Go to daxstores.com at this point you can opt to live chat to a service rep. Then I typed her my situation and gave her my model number. She popped up instructions for me almost immediately! I printed them out and am putting the crib together now! Hope this might help others :) Marty
This is intended for the Simplicity Ellis 4-in-1 crib not the Aspen. My hubby just put together the toddler bed, and he had a problem with securing the screws of the metal mattress support to the crib. He put the screws one by one and there was a gap of nearly 1/2 inch from the crib. He resolved this problem by putting the screws on all four ends of the mattress support, then he tightened the back rail screws (the higher end) first and when he tightened the front rail screws the gap automatically disappeared. I hope I am clear enough on this as I'm not the one who installed this crib, but as he was quite frustrated I thought this might be able to help others who may have the same problem.