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It's for the brackets. I had to find a site that led me to storkcraft recalls and then it let me choose brackets, then I filled out a short form and I recieved them in a week and a half. Hope this helps.
Be careful with used cribs as they can be quite dangerous.
I'm not sure if your idea will work,as both sides of the rail need to be raised up and down. Or do you mean that both sides of the crib go up and down?
If I had a picture it would help.lol
Make sure that if you can't fix the sliding rail that you leave it at the highest position so that baby can't pull itself up when he/she gets to that stage.
You could try finding another one(for parts) at a second-hand store,yardsale,etc.
There is currently a voluntary recall on this very part. Visit www.storkcraft.com and click on recall. If your crib was manufactured between 2001 and 2008, fill out the form and you can get a free bracket replacement kit. You will need to look at the sticker on the base under the mattress (where the instructions are usually glued). Write down the model number, date of manufacture, etc. and fill out the form. I'm not certain whether the form submission will allow for a UK address, but I would think if it doesn't you could phone customer service and tell them you'd like the free bracket kit being offered because of the recall.