Question about Bassett Mission Crib
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Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Missing crib screws
I just had the same problem and called Babies R Us. Look under where the mattress would go or on the legs. Somewhere there should be a company name. Google them and I am now getting a full set of replacement screws for free. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
THE DIRECTIONS FOR BASSETT SOUTHHAMPTON CONVERTIBLE CRIB (model 5925-0521) ARE LOCATED *INSIDE* THE WARNING LABEL ON THE WIRE CRIB BASE. The warning label is an envelope that holds the direction packet. I was confused, too--I thought they hadn't included them with my crib! Hope that helps!
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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!
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
SOURCE: cant put the crib togther
First you will need all of the original hardware that came with the crib for it to be safe. Then you might want to google it to make sure there were not any recalls on it ever, just to be safe again.
Then I beleive you will need 2 flat screwdrivers and an adjustable wrench or plyers. You will need to connect all four sides and the bars that go under the sides that release the side to go down. Then the parts that hold the mattress and then the mattress.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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