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Crib locks they hold the side rail

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If you're missing the lock parts from the ends of the side rails(end caps), I was to. I borrowed the cap from the youth bed rail
since when it's configured as a crib, that rail is extra anyway.
when it was time to go with the youth bed I simply put the end
caps back onto the other rail. GOOD LUCK!

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Childesign Shelby crib replacement parts

You know I just purchased a Childesigns crib from a garage sale thatI thought had everything needed. When I got home, we found it was missing one top plastic rod. Of course nothing will work without that. I found this webpage that sells a VERY similar product. http://www.productsamerica.com/page65.html. It is not exact, but to be able to use the crib, this was a good option for us. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 30, 2007

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SOURCE: The Dorel 3-1 convertible crib model # WM1633

I would try this...at the bottom of the drop side there should be a spring lever on both ends. It must go on the OUTSIDE of the crib following the rail. When you put that side on, it wants to go towards the inside. Just pull it out on both sides so that it follows the rail up on the bottom.
Hope that helps and is understandable.

Posted on Jun 23, 2008

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SOURCE: simmons baby crib

Have you tried the website: http://www.simmonskids.com/consumer_service.cfm

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

SOURCE: Trying to find replacement parts

call storkcraft 1-877-274-0277 7am-3pm pst or go to www.storkcraft.com

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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SOURCE: crib model 017201. I need the tan plastic part that screws into the top of the adjustable gate and slides thru the side rail. Jeff

You can email them - they emailed me the instructions and parts list in a 16 page pdf.
customerservice@sjfdec.com


Here are the instructions for your crib. Please review them and see which parts you will need. We accept Visa or Master Card. Parts are non returnable. Delivery is normally 7-10 business days. We do have replacement parts for this crib. Please review the instructions and see what you will need. J Thank you, Cindy Customer Service Rep Simmons Juvenile Furniture ':Phone: 1-800-218-2741 ':Phone: 1-920-779-4004 7:Fax: 1-920-779-4216

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Trying to find replacement parts

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

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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Does anyone know where i can find the instruction manual for my crib model #343-8420-0018?


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  1. Take out four screws (two on each side) of the front railing and top bar. They are the screws holding the front railing and the top bar to the side of the crib and the dresser.
  2. Lower the mattress to the lowest setting.
  3. Place the toddler bed railing in place. It can go either way depending on which side of the crib your toddler sleeps. We put the taller part of the toddler railing closest to the dresser because that is where our son's head usually is.
  4. You'll need 4 1.5 inch hexagonal screws to screw in the toddler railing. After 2.5 years, I could only find two of them, so I used two 1.5 inch regular screws that came with the crib. On the taller part of the toddler railing -- the screws go into the 1st and the fifth holes. On the shorter side of the railing, the screws go into the 3rd and the 5th holes.

If this doesn't help you can try contacting the store you bought it from.

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We have a Morigeau-Lepine convertable crib-day bed-full size bed, but we are missing the instructions to convert it to the full-size. It's model number is DA722-BC & the model is somewhere between...


I can't offer the exact answer, but hopefully my suggestions will be helpful...

Converting the crib to a full-size bed should actually be a fairly simple process of detaching the 4 sides that make the crib, and replacing the 2 short sides with the full-size bed rails that were sold separately in a conversion kit. The 2 long sides of the crib become the headboard and footboard of the full-size bed.

Unfortunately, it's only a simple process if you already have the full-size conversion kit bed rails. And since Morigeau-Lepine went out of business, they aren't making any more conversion kits. If you don't have the full-size bed rails, then this could be quite difficult.

It's possible that some stores that used to sell Morigeau-Lepine cribs might still have a conversion kit hidden somewhere in the back of their stock room or warehouse. You could try calling around to a few of your local stores to ask if they would check for you. It's a long shot, but it doesn't hurt to ask.

If you have the rails, or are lucky enough to find them, then it should be as simple as locating the screws that hold the crib sides together, removing them (most likely with an appropriatly sized hex-key,) and putting the screws back through the headboard and footboard into the bed rails. (I'm really just assuming that it works the same as the Babi Italia conversion.) If no screws are visible, or if removing them doesn't detach the crib sides, then they are probably also held together with locking bed rail fasteners. To release the fasteners, remove any visible screws, then push upwards on the short side rail while pushing down on the long side rail. You might have to tap the rail up with a rubber mallot to get it moving.

If you don't have the full-size bed rails, and you can't find them anywhere, your only option may be to build them yourself, or find a woodworker to build them for you. Search online for "Bed Rail Fasteners" and you'll see several options for hardware, but they might require modifying the headboard and footboard as well. Full-size matresses are 75 inches long, so you'll want the length of your rails to accomodate (ours are 77 inches long.)

I hope I've been helpful. Good luck!

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2002 Graco crib instructions . i bought a used 2002 crib and I need to know how to put it together.


ok first thing first ,  some graco cribs and other products from 2002 -2010 are being recalled , so what crib model do you have? second , putting together a crib is very easy , . First , take the head board and stand it up , next find the side railings and one by one put the screw thru the rail and into the headboard , hold it in place untill it is where it needs to be , then put the second railing on , the screws should go thru the rail and into the headboard with the headboard in back of the rails, after the rails are secured then hold the foot board in place untill the screws are fastened into the rails as well , after you do this , then go around and make sure all the screws are tightned, then take the mattress spring and place it inside the setup rails and screw it unto the places alotted for the screws , then after this , place the matress inside and your done....if this doesnt help , please email me at konmon52@aim.com and tell me which model it is

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I need the brackets that go on the side rails that hold up the side rails - until you kick the bar on the crib that allows the siderails to fall...


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On the bottom of the front rail that drops (the drop rail), there are two plastic tension pieces (one at either end) that engage the two fixed, bottom rail slider hardware (the long, narrow pieces screwed top-and-bottom into the lower, inside portion of the tall, upright crib ends). These tension pieces are spring loaded, and the outer edge of each one rides along the outside (i.e., the parent's side) of the two bottom metal rail guides. Their purpose is to supply outward pressure against the lower part of the drop rail - that's what you push against when you press your lower leg upon the bottom of the drop side of the crib to lower it. They insure that when up, the drop side locks safely into place. I suspect these tension pieces are your problem. It sounds like they are improperly installed. Good luck.

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Convert crib to toddler bed


I finally found my instructions!! It's actually really easy to convert to a toddler bed:
Step one: Take out four screws (two on each side) of the front railing and top bar. They are the screws holding the front railing and the top bar to the side of the crib and the dresser. 
Step two: Lower the mattress to the lowest setting. 
Step three: Place the toddler bed railing in place. It can go either way depending on which side of the crib your toddler sleeps. We put the taller part of the toddler railing closest to the dresser because that is where our son's head usually is. 
Step four: You'll need 4 1.5 inch hexagonal screws to screw in the toddler railing. After 2.5 years, I could only find two of them, so I used two 1.5 inch regular screws that came with the crib. On the taller part of the toddler railing -- the screws go into the 1st and the fifth holes. On the shorter side of the railing, the screws go into the 3rd and the 5th holes. 
That's it.. You've now got a toddler bed!

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Convert to toddler bed


They do have answers on their website, you may want to check your printed or online crib instructions to remind yourself how you put the crib together, too.

I found the answers here:
http://www.pali-design.com/index.php?path=customer_services&template=faq&section=customer_services&subsection=faq&page=faq

i've pasted them below. You can make it a toddler bed without a side rail just by removing the movable side of your crib, and you can install the side rail instead of the movable side if you want it to look a little more finished and help keep your child from rolling out of the bed.

FAQ

How to convert a crib into a toddler bed
To convert a crib into a toddler bed you must loosen the two front gold bolts left and right side of the crib and remove the dropside (the front gate that goes up and down). After removing the dropside be very careful that you tighten back your two gold bolts.

How to install the streight rail (toddler rail)
To install a streight (toddler) rail loosen the two front gold bolts left and right side of the crib and remove the dropside, once you have removed the dropside replace with the streight rail. Always be very careful and make sure you tighten back your two gold bolts in the front.

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