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Most cribs have tabs on the rails of them .... take everything out .. bedding,mattress,etc. Take a look at the platform that the mattress lays in especially the corners.... You might see a hook at each corner that fits into a release tab unlock the realease tab and remove the hook. Do this for each side and reinsert the hooks at the correct level in the crib... If this is not the case you may need to look at the owners manual... But I think you should be able to get a good idea about how it lowers when you remove all the bedding out of the crib..... good luck
fully dismatle the cot, keep all the bits..
Take the two slatted sides to bits and put the base pieces of wood from these to one side.
pull the headboard and footboard (is that whats its called) apart
take the feet from the footboard and add to the headboard (they are now the sole head and foot boards)
screw the 4 nuts with blanking plates to the top 4 holes on the new head and footboards
take the two long slatted size bases and screw them to the lower holes on the head and footboard
put the base brackets (L shapped screws) into the corners
put the cot base onto the L shaped screws
Step 1: Detach the front panel from the 2 front post using an allen wrench Step 2: If the mattress support is not in the lowest position unscrew the bolts and move it to the lowest position Step 3: Using the allen wrench, attach the guard rail using 4 bolts between the lest and right front post (the guard rail would be that extra piece that you couldn't do anything with while the bed was converted to a crib. Looks kinda like a wooden board) Step 4: Tighten all screws and put the crib mattress back in
That's all there is to it. I also took the wheels off so it wouldn't move quite as easily. And, also because my child was tiny for her age and that removed another few inches she had to climb up into the bed.