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1.Find and read the instructions carefully before doing anything. Become familiar with the instructions so that even if you do not remember everything, you have a basic idea of how to proceed before you start. Look on the manufacturer's website for directions if you have lost the original instructions. 2
Assemble the parts. Make sure you have all of the parts and all of the screws that are listed in the instructions, and that they are in working order. Lay out the parts so that everything is where you need it and you can clearly see all of the parts. 3
Set up the head and foot boards and attach any stabilizing bars. Some springs attach directly to the bed and some are movable, so you will either attach the spring board or you will attach the pieces that the spring board sits in if they are not part of the crib already. If the spring board is movable, put it on the setting that is the correct height for your infant (higher for newborns, lower for older babies). 4
Attach the back of the crib that is stationary and does not move up or down. The front part of the crib often is adjustable and lowers and raises back to a stable position. You may have to install rails for this part of the crib, then install the front portion onto the bars and then screw the bottom of the rails into the crib. 5
Put the mattress in the crib and make sure it fits. Test the crib by feeling to make sure that it is steady and not going to come loose. Make sure all of the screws and bolts are tight and that none are sticking out in any way. Make sure there is nothing that could hurt the infant such as any sharp edges or splinters
You havent given us enough detail. When you say 'Bottom Spring" do you mean the mattress support?
The drop down bars bolt on to the headboard or footboard (one each) and let the dropside move up and down, held in place by the bars. The backside usually has bolts that run thru the head and footboard
to attach them. Some just have small nubs that the top of the backside sit onto and a bolt holds the
bottom of both sides. If you wish to send a picture of what you have for further details, send
it to firstname.lastname@example.org
I will help you get it right.
crib design has not change much through-out the years, except for the fire-safe matresses and the side bars are a little closer together. Other than that it's not much different. I hardly doubt you will find parts for a crib that old but you may find parts for others that are compatible. The Jenny Lind line is made by delta enterprises.com You can order everything from their website
I have directions for the Lullabye Princeton Crib, Model 311146 that I purchased in 1993. It sounds like the same type of hardware that allows the front rail (only) to move up and down, with springs at the bottom to cushion the drop. If you think this might help you and you want me to post these directions, just let me know.
We recently put together a PBKids sleigh crib bought on craigslist. the original owner gave us all the old bolts. We actually put the side that DOESN'T say "push" on first. When attaching the "push" side - the one thing we figured out is that you have to fit that side UNDER the rails that are visible on the sides and then pull UP (rather than going down, you have to pull up to fit it in.) that said, the original owner did not give us any bolts/stops to put in the sides that would keep the rail from falling completely to the floor when you push the drop side in. anyone else have suggestions?
The larger white pieice that has holes in it should be connected between both the spring and the smaller razor, The bottom of the larger white peice has to be able to fit in the peice of medal that moves in a circular motion inside the top part.
First, Try to make the hooks of the spring go in pretty securly inside the small holes. The flat side of the white peice has to be connected to the flat side of the smaller razor. They should kinda snap together on the top hole. I had to gently place the parts together and push the larger white peice in the medal by placeing the larger razor peice right on top and pressing down really hard. You might hear some snapping but the peices should all connect together and the large medal peice should connect to the black groves and press hard. Hold in place while putting the screws back in.