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I need 1 bolt and 2 nuts for a Jenny Lind Cradle

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Where can I buy parts for a Jenny Lind crib bought in 1982?


If you have the model number usually on the bottom of the crib, if it is one of the Jenny Lind make you will need to know the date it was made that is on the same spot. You may find it in Jenny Lind, but it depends if the crib is still replaceable or not. It all depends on their product replacement parts policy.

Keep in mind that "Jenny Lind" is actually a style name used by several different manufacturers. Although we can service most of the U.S. made cribs and cradles, it is very helpful to know who originally made the crib or cradle. "Jenny Lind" is not a manufacturer.

Check in this links:
- safety.evenflo.com/cs/sc/cssc99_RD (for contact)
- evenflo.com/replacement_parts (search right model and manufactured date).

Hope this helps.

Jun 03, 2011 | Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib

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I would like to purchase a Jenny Lind Cradle where can I purchase one


If you go to http://www.angelline.com/products/cradles.html They have the Cradle you are looking for in a various range of colours, the Jenny Lind one is the one on the bottom on the cradles page,
Hope this helps

Mar 02, 2011 | Angel Line Jenny Lind Cradle

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Need wheels for jenny lind crib


I haven't done anything yet, but I'm not paying to receive advise - especially $20.00 - I'll find it on my own.
thank you

Sep 19, 2009 | Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib

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We lost the bolts and screws to put together our jenny lind crib. what size should we buy?


call Million Dollar Baby parts at 1-323-728-9988 x120 and give them model and serial number.  If no help call us at 770-974-8895 or email us at lglbabyjunction@aol.com

Sep 01, 2009 | DaVinci Jenny Lind Crib

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Lost the scews to my jenny lind cradle that was bought in 1982. Just need to know the size of the scews


I would take part of the crib to a hardware stor and try a couple of different sizes- unless someone else has the same exact crib and a bolt measurer the hardware store is the easiest solution.

May 13, 2009 | Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib

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Crib hardware


Thank you to the Grandma J who pointed out the Jenny Lind is a style, not a company! I have two different Jenny Lind cribs and I found the phone numbers for parts right on the crib, on the mattress support for both cribs, with each company. Just remove the mattress and your information should be there!!!

Jul 27, 2008 | Evenflo Jenny Lind Crib

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