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My crib is broken how can i get it fixed? the rails will no longer stay up and when applied pressure they fall

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REPLACE THE HINGES OR PERMINANTLY SCREW THEM TOGETHER BUT PLEASE FIX ASAP FALLIN RAILS HAVE CAUSED MANY BABY INCEDENTS

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If I had a picture it would help.lol
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