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Compant no longer carries this specific model. The pilot holes were drilled by manufacter too close/crroked so when it was put togther it chipped the wood,. I now need replacement part. It is the long

The bottom piece on my Product#10330 Eddie Bauer Wood bassinet was screwed too close to the edge by the manufactuer so when it was put together it chipped the wood on both ends of the one piece. I need to know how I can get a replacement part.

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  • Anonymous May 16, 2009

    The wood frame is cracking at the edges where the bolts attach. Do they make a replacement part?

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You can fix this with wood glue - But if you want replacement parts you have to go back to the manufacture.

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