1-Lower drop side to lower position. Then on the opposite side of the crib, remove stationary side. To remove stationary side, press the small tab on the end hardware(brown plastic piece that connects the rail to the frame) and then pull rail up.
2-Before reinstalling the conversion safety rail(csr), remove the mattress support bolt that is on the side the the csr opening will be(the foot of the bed). A new bolt will be used to reattach the mattress support in the next step.
3-Slide csr hardware onto the hardware on the crib ends. Insert two 1/4-20x2" bolts into each end. One bolt will replace the mattress support removed in step 2. Be sure to put the bolt back through the mattress support bracket before screwing into the end.
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are quite a few varying types of toddler beds in the market. The first kind I will mention is a
convertible crib. The great thing about
a convertible crib is that it will last much longer. Some parents also find that a convertible
crib eases the transition phase. Next
there is the "captain bed" also known as a storage bed. This bed has built-in compartments everywhere
- under the bed frame, in the footboards, even in the headboards. There are other types of toddler beds such as
loft toddler beds, futon toddler beds, and platform toddler beds; however I
think they are less popular and ultimately less safe for your toddler.
If you have it on the lowest setting already, that's as low as it can go. If you have wheels (which I don't think yours does) you could remove them to lower it a bit more. If it comes with a wood toddler rail to keep her from falling out, I would use that. If it doesn't, you can pick a metal/mesh one up at any baby store in various lengths. You could also put pillows or stuffed animals on the floor to break her fall. Another helpful tip for when she is a bit older and no longer has a toddler rail, you can slip a pool noodle under the sheet to prevent simple rolling out of bed. Hope this helps.
It should have come with the toddler rail when you purchased the crib. Simply remove a few screws and take the front of the crib off (what would be the footboard). Then simply slide the toddler rail in the tracks.
A purchase of adult rails is required to make the conversion to a full size bed for the next step.
What color is the crib? Call at 770-974-8895 if we can help with your toddler rail.
i think this is the same crib that i have. I remove the front rail that slides up and down, then i removed the plastic contraptions that allow it to slid up and down on. I then attached the bed frame on the lowest setting, by first fastening the two back ends first. Then I attached the toddler rails to the bottom of the bed frame and then once they where on I attached the bed frame to the crib with the rails and the brackets for the bed frame pressed together. I hope i explained it so that i makes sense.
I have the same crib for my daughter when I went to change it I called the company bc I couldn't find the toddler rails that matched the crib.. They said that it doesn't convert into a toddler bed, just a day bed, and a full-sized bed.. I said NO it's a four in one.. their reply.." yes, a crib, a day bed, a full size bed with foot board, and a full sized without the foot board." I laughed and told them what a joke that was.. So my husband and I took the front off the bed to make it the daybed and went to walmart and bought a toddler bar for like 20 dollars in the baby department. She loves it and it worked for us without having to spend another 150 dollars for a cheap toddler bed.. good luck.. btw this crib has been recalled.. you might want to check it out