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Missing metal stud - fine thread and base bracket nut for murano cot/bed

I have to metal studs - fine thread missing and a base bracket nut for a murano cot/bed

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hi dont know if this is any help but going from memory with my own little lads cot bed do you still have 2 side pieces the lenght of the cot well they replace the side rails and also both head ends of the cot divide in two to form a smaller headboard kind of thing....hope that is of help
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Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Mamas and Papas Murano cot bed problem

fully dismatle the cot, keep all the bits.. Take the two slatted sides to bits and put the base pieces of wood from these to one side.
pull the headboard and footboard (is that whats its called) apart take the feet from the footboard and add to the headboard (they are now the sole head and foot boards) screw the 4 nuts with blanking plates to the top 4 holes on the new head and footboards
take the two long slatted size bases and screw them to the lower holes on the head and footboard put the base brackets (L shapped screws) into the corners put the cot base onto the L shaped screws done

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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SOURCE: assembling instructions for cot bed

I'm selling a salisbury cot bed and would like to download a copy of the instruction manual which I no longer have - also need a couple of fixings to be replaced, where I can get some. Thanks.

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SOURCE: I have a mamas and papas cot i brought in 2002 and

Hi i have a cot with no fixtures only the metal bars i have lost the nuts and bolts the make of the cot is Mamas and Papas SONIA EN 716-1:1995 i have been intouch with Mamas and Papas and they say that they cannot help. This cot was lent to us and i am in big trouble

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