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I did not find any recall listed for this particular model, however the recalls for side bars may interest different crib models. To find out contact Delta Enterprise at (877) 342-3418 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., EST, Monday through Friday.
Hello! This is Products America. We supply crib hardware for many different manufacturers. According to our information, that model is under a recall if the date falls between 1/95-12/00. You may go to the www.cpsc.gov website to read about the recall. We do not carry conversion rails. Delta's contact number is 800-377-3777. I hope that we helped you with your crib hardware needs. Should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at 800-205-9642 or 800-772-1041. We are open M-F 8 am-6 pm CST. Products America
I need hardware as well. I called Delta Childrens Product Customer Service and they charge $35.00 for the hardware for my Luv 5 in 1 Crib (model 4822). I tried several hardware stores and none of the bolts I purchased fit. According to Delta, since the crib was made in Indonesia, the hardware has to come from that country.
You can order the crib rails through your local Babies R Us. We have the same crib, and have been having trouble locating them also. I spoke with the store manager today, and she said all DELTA cribs use the same rails. They are a metal pair that cost $69.99. The number for them is: 617153. Hope this helps!! :-)
Due to the numerous recalls involving Delta cribs Products America is not able to supply any parts for their cribs. I suggest you first going to the CPSC's website at www.cpsc.gov and making sure that the crib you are using is not part of the recalled units. If it is, you should be able to find details on how to go about replacing the crib from the CPSC website as well.
If its like mine, you just remove the front panel that went up and down. Then lower the wood mattress support to the lowest level. You are now ready for the toddler bed. Once you want to convert to a double bed frame. You have to purchase a metal frame that holds the bed. Then attach the back and the front to the metal frame. This should like a sleigh bed. Good Luck, Nicol