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I have a WESTBURY COT BED and one of the drop side guide pins has broken and needs to be replaced.

I have contacted Mothercare local outlets but was advised that such parts are no longer available since the WESTBURY COT BED is no longer manufactured. Is there anywhere from where I may obtain such drop side guide pins?

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No! And this is a critical component. I hate to tell you but you should throw the drop side away. You can use as a toddler bed or headboard and footboard to a twin, but it is unsafe as a crib and this is a prime example of why drop sides were banned.

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