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Crib is minus pegs/screws to attach side rails to head and foot boards. Bought used. No assembly instructions.

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    Bought better homes and garden queen head board and foot board ashwood from walmart has no instructions and has alot of pieces cant seem no get anyone to get me these instructions can you get them

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