I've searched everywhere for the goofy plastic piece for the bottom of the stationary side rail. I've been securing the side with a strong ribbon for four years. I had contacted them back then, and they had the replacement part. But I neglected to order it right away, and now it seems to be too late.
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Re: Broken plastic brace on stationary side
Childesign is in fact out of business and did not leave any way for their customer's to buy lost or broken parts. Unfortunately, you will find it extremely difficult, if not impossible, to find the part you are looking for.
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take off inside panel roll down window while you hold window with hand if you look on bottom rail you will see a plastic piece that holds window on bottom rail that broken part will let your window move off bottom rail that lifts window thus it will come off track its a cheap part that you can buy and fix your window
Sometimes with Dell laptops, the keys on the keyboard gets stuck or damaged or fells off the keyboard. There are many different ways to repair your broken keys. Just put your mind to it and you will be able to repair it yourself.
You can place an order to replace your broken key or you can repair it you have all the parts intact.
You should have a key cap, 2 or more retainer clips (plastic pieces), which goes under the key cap.
Following is the installation guide to replace and repair Dell laptop key.
To install your key on your laptop keyboard, start out by observing your metal plates on the keyboard.
Always be sure to look at the metal keys because they differ in every keyboard.The larger metal hooks can be at the top, bottom, right or left side. The position of the metal hooks determines the position of plastic pieces.
Here you can see that it has one large metal hook at the top and two metal hooks at the bottom.
Take the larger plastic piece and observe that it has two larger sticks at the bottom, two holes at the middle and two shorter sticks at the top. The bottom sticks are going to go into the bottom metal hooks. The smooth part faces away from the keyboard.
Take the smaller plastic piece and observe that it has a small bar at the bottom, two sticks at the top and two sticks at the middle. The sticks in the middle are going to go into the middle holes of the larger piece and the bar is going to click on to the top metal hook. The smooth part faces away from the keyboard.
Place the smaller piece on the larger piece and insert its sticks to the holes of larger piece.
Push it evenly to insert completely. Get a thin object or blade and stretch the plastic pieces upwards so that it clicks together.
Take your letter key, put it in the middle and push down evenly from all four sides.
You’ve just repaired your Dell laptop keyboard. Source: LaptopKey
How did this happen? Did you drop the shaver at some point? I've heard of the side parts popping off when dropped. Otherwise, it could be one of the plastic securing pins that holds it has broken off.
On the bottom is a small panel where the plug does through it. You can pry that off, which releases the side housing parts. Be careful prying that part off. Use a small screwdriver and a piece of rubber or cardboard to brace it so you don't scratch up the part. Hopefully the side part is intact and can just be repositioned. Good luck!
Products America can not provide parts for the Sorelle cribs however they should be able to provide you with contact information for the company. You can call 800-205-9642 or 800-772-1041 and speak with a customer service rep who would be more than happy to assist you in contacting the company.
There should be a couple of little plastic clips (curvy) on the bottom of the rail, last stop before the floor. If one or both are either missing or broken it will simply fall out. Call Simmons directly (www.simmonskids.com for the phone number) and they can sell you the pieces. Mine came in about 3 days and they're very easy to replace.
Has something fallen behind the drawer, and is preventing it from sliding back all the way? Remove the drawer by pulling it all the way out and lift it up and out. Look for anything that has fallen back there.
On the bottom of the front rail that drops (the drop rail), there are two plastic tension pieces (one at either end) that engage the two fixed, bottom rail slider hardware (the long, narrow pieces screwed top-and-bottom into the lower, inside portion of the tall, upright crib ends). These tension pieces are spring loaded, and the outer edge of each one rides along the outside (i.e., the parent's side) of the two bottom metal rail guides. Their purpose is to supply outward pressure against the lower part of the drop rail - that's what you push against when you press your lower leg upon the bottom of the drop side of the crib to lower it. They insure that when up, the drop side locks safely into place. I suspect these tension pieces are your problem. It sounds like they are improperly installed. Good luck.
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.
I have the instruction page with pictures if you would like a copy emailed. firstname.lastname@example.org