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I want to put safety 1st bed rail back in box. I cannot figure out how to take off the adjustment arm. Everything else is off

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Try this site and input your model number and date of manufacture. Good luck.
http://www.safety1st.com/usa/eng/Instructions?ProductNumber=09022

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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How much do safety rails for toddler beds cost?


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Where can I buy a safety rail for my toddler's new bed?


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Trying to convert from crib to toddler bed but have no instructions. Can you advise?


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Trying to turn our crib into a toddler bed


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We cannot fold down our Safety 1st Bed Rail. Product no 09100B.


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lick on the "Instructions" link underneath the "Buy Now" button.

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Jardine convertible crib instructions


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Convert crib to toddler bed


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!

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