Re: Simplicity for Children Aspen 3 in 1 Convertible 8750...
I have this exact bed and just today I converted mine to a toddler bed. I was scrambling for instructions until I realized they were permanently affixed to the mattress slats. (LOL) I would be glad to help you out if you still need some help. email me at email@example.com and I can email you a scanned copy of the page you need. There is only 1 page of instruction for baby into toddler. I'll be looking for your email!
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Hi "Nat" To my opinion you can't attach one, the only thing many people use in similar case is a smaller crib/bassinet like the Bugaboo Cocoon. This cocoon won't fit your stroller but there are more, for instance: Look for a babynest, like Childwheels or so. Hope this helps!
There is a plastic adapter part that is supposed to come with the bassinet. There's one for each side where the Bassinet attaches. It's the same part that's also used to attach the car seat. I suggest seeing if you can purchase just that adapter on the Quinny website.
I have the same crib. Babies R' Us do not sell the conversion rails online. You have to order them through Babies R' Us. They run $59.99 and it takes 7-14 days. It is standard metal rails. They told me I can go to any furniture store and buy the bed frame if I want to.
I did contact the manufacturer and they told me the same thing. It is not rails that are made specifically for this crib.
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Hi, I know it looks hard but It's really simple .just take out the screws that are on each side on the bottom and top 1 on the top and one on the bottom each side( 4 in total )(Sides not on the front) and that's it, the front part comes off and you save it for when you make the bed a full size bed wich that part becomes the foot board. Hope this information helps! Good luck!!
i have a crib with the same model number, except it's not cosco..at least i don't think it is. it's dorel. anyway, i have the same crib i believe, and if you say all the parts and hardware is there, maybe you forgot to put on the stoppers at the bottom of the sliding rail. that's the only thing i can think of. hope it helps...if not..try see if you can contact dorel.