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Lost parts need brackets for the back rail both sides and the front slide rail, right side lower bracket. got this used please help. can e-mail at nch_kesh@yahoo.com

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Go to www.afgbabyfurniture.com and you can order what you need. Mary

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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.

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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


hope you could come to this sites there are many related manners all about mattress:
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Hello. Products America may be able to assit you with your parts. You will need to be with your crib and prepared to take measurements when you call in order for them to determine if the parts you need match what they carry. The numbers are 800-205-9642 or 800-772-1041. Hours of operation are Monday thru Friday from 8am to 6pm CST. Have a great day!

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I need to replace parts on my KINDERKRAFT CRIB 'N JUNIOR No 5103


Here is the 800 number for kinderkraft. They have a website but it doesn't appear to be working. 1-800-822-6748
e-mail service@kinderkraft.com
http://kinderkraft.com/main.htm
I Hope this helps!

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Trying to find replacement parts


Check out www.productsamerica.com have your model and serial # ready. Good Luck!!!!!!!!

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1-Lower drop side to lower position. Then on the opposite side of the crib, remove stationary side. To remove stationary side, press the small tab on the end hardware(brown plastic piece that connects the rail to the frame) and then pull rail up.
2-Before reinstalling the conversion safety rail(csr), remove the mattress support bolt that is on the side the the csr opening will be(the foot of the bed). A new bolt will be used to reattach the mattress support in the next step.
3-Slide csr hardware onto the hardware on the crib ends. Insert two 1/4-20x2" bolts into each end. One bolt will replace the mattress support removed in step 2. Be sure to put the bolt back through the mattress support bracket before screwing into the end.

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