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Where can I find the plastic rail insert assemblies to replace the ones that are located on both sides of the headboard and footboard

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Most walmarts have the universal railing but if you cant find it try the ebay for the best price on the specific type.

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I bought a kinderkraft crib used and it came with the hardware, but no instruction manual. Can I find assembly instrutions online?


  • I can tell you how to assemble it.
  1. Place an insert nut into the top of the stationary rail.
  2. Place another nut into the bottom of that same rail.
  3. Flip that rail over and put another nut into the top and bottom of it the same as you just did.
  4. Now stick a two bolts into one side of the headboard.
  5. Stand up the headboard and twist them bolds from the headboard into the stationary rail.
  6. Now you want to twist two bolts through the secondary headboard and through the other side of the stationary rail. Make sure not to tighten them bolts up to much yet.
  7. Now put the mattress support inside the crib.
  8. Take four bolts into the top holes that are pre-drilled in the slat on the headboard and then on through to the mattress support.
  9. Do the same now with the other slat support for the headboard.
  10. Now do the same with the two remaining slats for the secondary headboard.
  11. Now tighten all the bolts real well.
  12. Put the crib on it's side.
  13. Now your gonna stick the canisters into the legs. Tap them in with a hammer if they are a bit stubborn.
  14. Now slide the rubber off of the lower side bracket.
  15. Hold the front drop rail so that the push plate faces away from the crib.
  16. Now slide that front drop rail on the tracks until it is all the way in the crib and then reinstall the rubber stoppers.
  17. Now put the crib on it's casters and go over the crib and give it a once over and make sure everything is secure and tight.
  18. Crib is ready to use now.


Regards, Tony

May 02, 2011 | Toys

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Need assembly manuel for Jenny Lind 012614 where can I find it online?? Every website takes me to another I am very frustrated....didn't think it would be such a ordeal to locate a manuel online???? Is...


Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib has been recalled.

When you call to get the kit to fix the problem (800) 356-2229 you could ask Evenflo directly!

Here are instructions without a manual...

1. Lay the headboard on the floor in front of you with the bracket holes and model number facing you. Use 2 ¾-inch wood screws to attach the L-bracket and the latch bracket to headboard. The L-bracket has 3 holes and attaches to the holes on the lowest section of the headboard. The latch bracket only has 2 holes and goes directly beneath the metal bracket for the mattress that is already attached. It should face toward the center of the headboard. Once you're done, complete the same procedure on the right side of the headboard. Then do the same for the footboard.

2. Stand the headboard up so you can attach the rails to it. First, place the cross dowel (the small piece of wood with a hole in the side of it) into the hole on the underside of the top rung of the rail. Then put a second dowel in the top side of the bottom rung. Line the left rail up with the headboard at a 90-degree angle, placing it in the brackets you just installed, and insert a 2 13/16-inch machine screw into each of the 2 holes on the front side of the headboard (the side that will face outward). Tighten each screw with your screwdriver until it hits the cross dowel. Then turn the cross dowel clockwise to lock it in. Do the same for the right side and then for the footboard.

3. Slide the mattress platform (the bottom of the crib) into the stabilizer rails (easy to distinguish, since they are the same size as the sides of the platform), putting the longer ones on the sides and the shorter ones on the ends. It will slide in easily. Use 5 ¾-inch screws to attach the hanger brackets to the corners of the platform. The holes are predrilled and you can only put the bracket on one way to match them up, so there is little worry that you will attach it wrong.

4. Put the support brackets (the straight, flat ones) on top of the predrilled holes in the underside of the stabilizer rails. Screw them in with ¾-inch wood screws. Then place the hanger brackets in the slots that were preinstalled on the headboard and footboard. Choose the level that will suit you best. Evenflo recommends the top two for infants.

5. Snap a caster (the round disc) on the bottom of each foot of the crib. Check that all your screws are tight to keep your baby safe.

Jan 29, 2011 | Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib

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We have a Morigeau-Lepine convertable crib-day bed-full size bed, but we are missing the instructions to convert it to the full-size. It's model number is DA722-BC & the model is somewhere between...


I can't offer the exact answer, but hopefully my suggestions will be helpful...

Converting the crib to a full-size bed should actually be a fairly simple process of detaching the 4 sides that make the crib, and replacing the 2 short sides with the full-size bed rails that were sold separately in a conversion kit. The 2 long sides of the crib become the headboard and footboard of the full-size bed.

Unfortunately, it's only a simple process if you already have the full-size conversion kit bed rails. And since Morigeau-Lepine went out of business, they aren't making any more conversion kits. If you don't have the full-size bed rails, then this could be quite difficult.

It's possible that some stores that used to sell Morigeau-Lepine cribs might still have a conversion kit hidden somewhere in the back of their stock room or warehouse. You could try calling around to a few of your local stores to ask if they would check for you. It's a long shot, but it doesn't hurt to ask.

If you have the rails, or are lucky enough to find them, then it should be as simple as locating the screws that hold the crib sides together, removing them (most likely with an appropriatly sized hex-key,) and putting the screws back through the headboard and footboard into the bed rails. (I'm really just assuming that it works the same as the Babi Italia conversion.) If no screws are visible, or if removing them doesn't detach the crib sides, then they are probably also held together with locking bed rail fasteners. To release the fasteners, remove any visible screws, then push upwards on the short side rail while pushing down on the long side rail. You might have to tap the rail up with a rubber mallot to get it moving.

If you don't have the full-size bed rails, and you can't find them anywhere, your only option may be to build them yourself, or find a woodworker to build them for you. Search online for "Bed Rail Fasteners" and you'll see several options for hardware, but they might require modifying the headboard and footboard as well. Full-size matresses are 75 inches long, so you'll want the length of your rails to accomodate (ours are 77 inches long.)

I hope I've been helpful. Good luck!

Jan 19, 2011 | Baby Gear

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I have a model 791 crib from the Morigeau Lepine 1900 series and the two plastic studs that the metal guide on the drop side rail slides over are missing (headboard and footboard). How can I get these...


I have a similar problem with one of my plastic studs. My solution is going to be to take the one a have to a plastic prototype shop and have it duplicated. Don't know if you still need this piece but I would be willing to have two made for you when I order mine in exchange for a PDF of the 1900/791 instruction manual emailed to: heyv8@yahoo.com

Apr 05, 2010 | Baby Gear

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How do I assemble a Bassett crib model 5096-0505? I think I have all the parts. this includes a headboard, footboard, spring mattress support, mattress, two long iron rail support brackets, two sides, four...


where's the manual?
you can assemble it immediately!
have u lost the manual?

you can find the manual here:
Please use the form below to send us an email.
Infant furniture questions to juvenile@bassettfurniture.com


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Dec 06, 2009 | Bassett Mission Crib

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I have a twin size white cottage style sleigh bed. the hardware is missing. How can i find what hardware i need?


I'm going to take a wild guess here...the bolts?
Most beds are comprised of the following items:
Headboard
Footboard
Siderails that join the headboard and footboard together
Bolts
Some contain fancy decorative pieces,(such as end caps on the sides of the head/footboard)...but most don't.
Some have pieces of wood that span across from side to side for extra mattress support.
If the bed contains drawers then there will obviously be more parts missing...however I have yet to see a sleigh bed with drawers underneath. (Not saying that there aren't any)
If it's just the bolts that are missing you can buy them at any hardware store. Just ensure you get the right size.
If the metal rails are missing you can get those at almost any new/used store,yardsale,or on the sides of the highway...seriously...those things are everywhere! lol
If I knew which bed it was,and I knew which pieces you already have in your possession it would help a great deal.
Possibly you could re-post with pics?
Hope this helps and doesn't confuse or aggitate even more.

Sep 22, 2009 | Baby Gear

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Unique Oak Treasures Crib - Full Bed Bassett Model 5542-0521


We have this crib as well. We bought it from Babys R' Us in 2005.
We also purchased the rails to convert it to a full sized bed. It did not come with instructions but I can explain to you how to put it together.

The rail conversion set should come with 2 pieces of wood that act as the bed frame. You do not need to purchase the extended frame. The set should also come with 4 long screws, the hex tool to tighten it and 4 metal pieces. You might also have some wood nail cover plugs.

Once you've taken apart your crib, the only pieces that you will need are the 2 longer pieces of the crib...the headboard and the footboard. The 2 shorter side pieces which served as a headboard and footboard as a crib and the metal grate to hold up the mattress can be put into storage.

On the sides of each of the new wood rails, you will see a circle indent on each end with a hole. You will insert one of the long screws into each and then insert it into the head board. You must use the special tool to screw/ tighten it in. The metal flat pieces can be inserted into it the circle befor eyou are done tightning so that it does not strip or damage the end of the circle. You do this with the other rail on the other end and then add the footboard using the same process. If you would like, I can send you a copy of what this looks like close up. ( the cricle indent with screws. The bed is extremely strong. We've all napt in it as a family along with our 2 large dogs. I highly recommend ordering the extra long/ tall bed rails from OneStepAhead for security because my son has rolled out of the bed and it is super tall!
http://www.onestepahead.com/catalog/product.jsp?productId=534602&parentCategoryId=85183&categoryId=85216&subCategoryId=86203

Jul 12, 2009 | Bassett Cottage 3-in-1 Crib

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I dont how to fix it without manual. i neeed help





To get assembly instructions go to;
http://www.childcraftindustries.com/childcraft/assistance/

and enter your crib model number. The number you gave does not look correct.



Information from Child Craft Industries

MODEL NUMBER VERIFICATION:
Crib model numbers are stamped directly on the crib in black ink on the underneath bottom edge of one of the crib sides, headboard, footboard or stamped on the label attached to the inside face of footboard bottom rail.

On other Child Craft and/or Legacy furniture the model number will be stamped in black ink on the back panel.

Often "47167" and "01700291" are mistaken for model numbers. These numbers are NOT valid model numbers.

Apr 08, 2009 | Babys Dream Baby Gear

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Instructions To Convert Jardine Madison Life Time Crib


To convert your crib to a Full Size bed you will need to purchase a set of full size bed rails (hook style for headboard and foot board). You can find this at any discount mattress store, or furniture outlet, it can range in price from $39.99 - $99.99. To install the rails you will see slots with bars on the headboard/footboard, this is where the hooks on the rails slide into. There are no bolts used to secure the rails to the headboard/footboard.

Jardine enterprises does not make a wood rail kit as was shown in some of the earlier ads for the Madison line of convertible cribs, and do not waste your time ordering the rail kit from Babies-R-Us as it is simply a metal rail kit (which you may be able to get cheaper at a local furniture/mattress store).

Use the lower daybed rail between the two front posts for the foot board. Another option for the full-size conversion is to purchase the metal rails (hook style) for a headboard only and not even bother with a foot board.

If you are still unsure of what you need to do for the full-size conversion please feel free to email me at gistecknician@aol.com.

Feb 21, 2009 | Baby Gear

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Side rails


I have a similar problem, but a different Simmons crib. I called the company that momof4girls unrecommended and they were VERY helpful, but they were not able to ship me the parts as Simmons discontinued this type of hardware in the early 90's. My crib has a headboard and footboard - the 2 side boards are able to slide up and down on aluminum slats (almost 3 feet long.) The aluminum slats are connected to the headboards with 8 bolts; what I needed to order replacements of are the plastic sliders that allow the sidewalls to go up and down on the aluminum bracket. Not only do they allow it to go up and down, but without them you are not able to assemble the sidewalls to the crib at all. I solved the issue buy purchasing L brackets at Lowes and permanently attaching the sidewalls to the headboard and footboard, but it made it so the sidewalls did not raise or lower. I am ok with that! However, if you do NOT have the aluminum slats, you may be out of luck. The spring for the bed attaches on the aluminum brackets, so even if you were able to bolt the 4 sides together, you still have to figure out a way to attach the spring for the mattress (which connects by sliding a hook into holes on the aluminum bracket... no room for bolts here.) I am rather surprised that the hardware for this crib is plastic and aluminum; the bed is HEAVY and it is very difficult to put together as the aluminum slider is easily bent and the plastic sliders are flimsy. I actually broke the plastic pieces during assembly. No wonder this hardware was discontinued! I called Simmons and asked if they had an "updating' kit... they do not. Good luck!

Aug 25, 2008 | Bassett Baby Gear

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