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I'm trying to put the ends on the box spring and their r two holes one has a wooden peg that fits into hole the other doesn't so is a screw suppose to go in r a piece of wood

I'm trying to put end of crib onto the box spring metal so how do u secure the pieces together

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My solution may be a little late but I just had the same problem today. I wanted to share this information with you! Good Luck
Go to at this point you can opt to live chat to a service rep. Then I typed her my situation and gave her my model number. She popped up instructions for me almost immediately! I printed them out and am putting the crib together now! Hope this might help others :)

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The above picture is how our Jardine Enterprises crib attaches the mattress support to the frame. I am thinking you need the bolts to make your crib work. And that might be a chore unless you are very handy with hardware. Also, being a new parent ourselves, I would recommend against anything but the safest crib for your child. Call the original owner--see if they can find the bolts/hardware, if not get a complete unit if you can afford it, it may cost more in the short run, but may save a serious injury or worse. Also, if you go the used route see if it has been recalled, you can start here:

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