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Drop side latches at bottom are broken, side wont stay up without zip ties or some other thing holding it together.

Want to know if replacement parts can be ordered for anything like this or if I need to get a new one (we are about 6 mo away from not needing it) or if I should just buy brackets and screw them to the crib myself

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  • Well-Well Dec 05, 2007

    I need the two lower brackets and what attatches them too. Have you found a source or can anyone help?



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Buy a different brad crib, delta won't answer e-mails and or phone inquiries!

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I got a hold with Delta and they told me that model 4822 is obsolete and that they no longer sell the hardware. I need new brackets as well.

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SOURCE: drop side latches at bottom are broken, side wont stay up without zip ties or some other thing holding it together. You might want to also check out this website.

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