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Bassett Convert instructions

Can you email a copy of the instructions to convert a crib to a full size bed?

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  • jwgordon2 Aug 22, 2008

    I need instructions on how to covert to toddler bed and also a double bed.. Email is jwgordon2@yahoo.com



    thanks,

    JG

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The instructions to convert this be can be found on the bottom where the stick is with the manufacturers info and warning, but be careful i have the same one and the screws ripped through the wood causing it to colapse.

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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