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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do not use this crib. This crib broke and caused my infant son of six months to get caught. He passed away on October 16th because of getting caught in this crib. I am trying to getting this crib recalled. Please Please do not use drop down cribs. They are entrappment devices for infants. 3 infants including my son have died in 2008 due to drop down side cribs. Please for your babies sake, take this crib back.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
SOURCE: Graco Lauren crib instructions
I, too, bought this crib and it had no instructions. After a lot of hassle with 2 companies (because the manufacturer is actually LaJobi) and wasted time on gracobaby.com (which offers no solutions), I finally got a hold of someone at LaJobi and got the instructions emailed to me. For the convenience of everyone else in the world who share in this particular struggle with me, I have posted the instructions in an album on photobucket. I believe you can print them from there. To get to them, go to photobucket.com and in the website only search field (not the web search) type emilykenepp and change the search from images to people. It should bring up my profile and under albums I have an album called Graco Lauren Crib Assembly Instructions. Click on that and you're good to go! I hope this saves someone some angst. Also, if you have any further need, the number for LaJobi is 1-888-266-2848 and the number for Graco is 1-800-345-4109.
Posted on May 07, 2009
We recently put together a PBKids sleigh crib bought on craigslist. the original owner gave us all the old bolts. We actually put the side that DOESN'T say "push" on first. When attaching the "push" side - the one thing we figured out is that you have to fit that side UNDER the rails that are visible on the sides and then pull UP (rather than going down, you have to pull up to fit it in.) that said, the original owner did not give us any bolts/stops to put in the sides that would keep the rail from falling completely to the floor when you push the drop side in. anyone else have suggestions?
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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