The crib contact simplicityforchildren.com for a manual, their number is on there if they tell you they can not get it contact your local BBB they been giving people hassles on manuals and parts lately
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You just take off the rail and Tada! it's a Toddler bed.
Then you can change from elmo sheets to Pokemon sheets and Tada! it's a Day/Bed. I don't know how they get away with advertising it as a 4-in-1 since there is no material difference between the daybed and the toddler bed.
Click on the link on the right hand side. You have to use picasa if you want to download, which is a free software. Just to view the photos you don't need to download and you can print them if you look at the photos individually.
i have lost the directions to my 4 in 1 simplicity crib, we are trying to convert it to a twin or the daybed but do know how, the manafacturing code is 3804cw and the vender item # 8994w, if u have any info on this bed please let me know.
The following will link will provide you with video instructions. If worse came to worse you could always watch the videos and type out the instruction and print them. Hope this helps and let us know if you need further assistance.
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!