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Certain cribs are going to the crypt. Simplicity Inc. is now out of business. As of July 12, 2009 at least 13 children have died in cribs and basinets recalled by Simplicity.
Sorry to say,but you may never find the manual.
I tried to access their site,but to no avail.
Please check to see if your's is one of them. You have to call the 1-800 number...if you can find it.
I have the same crib and it can be transformed into a toddler bed by removing the front rail and it can be transformed into a full size bed using a full size bed frame and the front and back rails of the crib.
Install Safety Rails
Mattress support must be in lowest postition
Remove the Front Panel Contoured Top rail and Front Panel
Loosen connector pieces on the end of the leg of the Safety Rail to the End Leg using two of the Allen Bolts (11/2 in). Loosely attach the leg of the Safety Rail to the underside of the Mattress Support using one of the short Allen Bolts (3/4 in) through connectors. Tighten all three of the bolts holding the safety rail to the unit.
Repeat procedure with the other safety rail.
These are the instructions in the manual. Basically, you take off the front cross board and rail, attach the safety rails to each of the front legs. They kind of go 1/3 of the way across the front with about a 1 1/2 foot opening in the center.
i think this is the same crib that i have. I remove the front rail that slides up and down, then i removed the plastic contraptions that allow it to slid up and down on. I then attached the bed frame on the lowest setting, by first fastening the two back ends first. Then I attached the toddler rails to the bottom of the bed frame and then once they where on I attached the bed frame to the crib with the rails and the brackets for the bed frame pressed together. I hope i explained it so that i makes sense.
Hi, I know it looks hard but It's really simple .just take out the screws that are on each side on the bottom and top 1 on the top and one on the bottom each side( 4 in total )(Sides not on the front) and that's it, the front part comes off and you save it for when you make the bed a full size bed wich that part becomes the foot board. Hope this information helps! Good luck!!
They do have answers on their website, you may want to check your printed or online crib instructions to remind yourself how you put the crib together, too.
I found the answers here: http://www.pali-design.com/index.php?path=customer_services&template=faq§ion=customer_services&subsection=faq&page=faq
i've pasted them below. You can make it a toddler bed without a side rail just by removing the movable side of your crib, and you can install the side rail instead of the movable side if you want it to look a little more finished and help keep your child from rolling out of the bed.
How to convert a crib into a toddler bed To
convert a crib into a toddler bed you must loosen the two front gold
bolts left and right side of the crib and remove the dropside (the
front gate that goes up and down). After removing the dropside be very
careful that you tighten back your two gold bolts.
How to install the streight rail (toddler rail) To install a streight (toddler) rail
loosen the two front gold bolts left and right side of the crib and
remove the dropside, once you have removed the dropside replace with
the streight rail. Always be very careful and make sure you tighten
back your two gold bolts in the front.