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How do the springs go on the side rails?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bassett Crib Hardware
Try emailing the manufcaturer directly for parts at email@example.com or call
Unfortunately, over the years, crib standards and safety have changed. This crib may have been involved in a recall being so old and should not be used for a child. You can confirm with the manufacturer if this crib is still safe to use. The distance between the railings has been changed in recent years bacause of children getting stuck between the bars. Also, depending on the shape/style of your crib, there have also been stranglement deaths/injuries from multiple issues ranging from gaps between the mattress and the crib frame, the railings being too wide, and the end pieces with ornate corners with cut outs, etc.
The manufacturer should be able to assist you with any questions you have or parts that you need to make this crib whole again.
Good Luck! from Moms Just Know
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: looking to put together bassett
THIS IS A GOOD PICTURE IF YOU HAVE THE SAME KIND OF CRIB i DO.. THESE INSTRUCTIONS WILL WORK. i JUST PUT MINE TOGETHER USING THEM
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
We have this crib as well. We bought it from Babys R' Us in 2005.
We also purchased the rails to convert it to a full sized bed. It did not come with instructions but I can explain to you how to put it together.
The rail conversion set should come with 2 pieces of wood that act as the bed frame. You do not need to purchase the extended frame. The set should also come with 4 long screws, the hex tool to tighten it and 4 metal pieces. You might also have some wood nail cover plugs.
Once you've taken apart your crib, the only pieces that you will need are the 2 longer pieces of the crib...the headboard and the footboard. The 2 shorter side pieces which served as a headboard and footboard as a crib and the metal grate to hold up the mattress can be put into storage.
On the sides of each of the new wood rails, you will see a circle indent on each end with a hole. You will insert one of the long screws into each and then insert it into the head board. You must use the special tool to screw/ tighten it in. The metal flat pieces can be inserted into it the circle befor eyou are done tightning so that it does not strip or damage the end of the circle. You do this with the other rail on the other end and then add the footboard using the same process. If you would like, I can send you a copy of what this looks like close up. ( the cricle indent with screws. The bed is extremely strong. We've all napt in it as a family along with our 2 large dogs. I highly recommend ordering the extra long/ tall bed rails from OneStepAhead for security because my son has rolled out of the bed and it is super tall!
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
We can help you. Please call us at 800.205.9642 or 800.772.1041 to answer a couple of questions about your crib so that we can send the correct assembly instructions.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
This is Products America! Although we do not carry conversion hardware, you may try www.bassettfurnituredirect.com and see if there are any rails for your Bassett crib at a Bassett direct near you. We hope that this will help with your crib hardware needs!
Posted on May 20, 2010
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