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I have a bassinet by avalon products inc., model A95DL. I lost 2 bottom horizontal poles which have threaded holes in either end for a bolt to go through in order to attach to the vertical poles. do you know if you can get replacement parts? It was bought at Zellers in Kitchener, Ontario and made in May of 2010.

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SOURCE: 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

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