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If you have the model number usually on the bottom of the crib, if it is
one of the Jenny Lind make you will need to know the date it was made
that is on the same spot. You may find it in Jenny Lind, but it depends if the crib is still
replaceable or not. It all depends on their product replacement parts
Keep in mind that "Jenny Lind" is actually a style name
used by several different manufacturers. Although we can service most
of the U.S. made cribs and cradles, it is very helpful to know who
originally made the crib or cradle. "Jenny Lind" is not a manufacturer.
We bought a used Jenny Lind crib for our daughter and when we put it together everything is tight but it's not stable. It can be rocked back and forth and we are concerned for the safety of our grandson. We need a parts list and/or instructions to see if there's anything missing.