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Need 1 end drop slide piece for white metal crib

The crib was given to us as a hand me down and is missing one of the drop end slide pieces. Wondering if I can order it? My baby is done with his bassenett and need to get him in his crib ASAP.

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Contact one of the highly trained, very friendly customer service reps at 800-205-9642 or 800-772-1041 and they should be able to assist you with your problem. You can also look at what parts they offer before calling on their user-friendly websites, www.productsamerica.com or www.productsamerica.net.

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