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How do i get the side to drop on this cot or does it??

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Can you see anything like sliders attached to the rails top or bottom on either side? If they are fixed into the head board at either end then probably not. If there are rails, try pushing the bottom of that side inwards while lifting the side slightly and it may drop. Make sure the mattress is not blocking it.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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