I just receive a bassett crib that folds and has adjustable bars with levels at the bottom. I am not sure if the bars go on the outside or inside of the crib. Somehow the bars are to let the side go up and down. I can not find the model # anywhere. Please help
I believe the parts need to be inside. I ended up getting a horrible product assembly description from bassett by going to their website and contacting customer service. The pictures are blurry and you feel like they are speaking a foriegn language, but I did get a slight amount of assistance from e-mailing them. Good luck!
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First you will need all of the original hardware that came with the crib for it to be safe. Then you might want to google it to make sure there were not any recalls on it ever, just to be safe again.
Then I beleive you will need 2 flat screwdrivers and an adjustable wrench or plyers. You will need to connect all four sides and the bars that go under the sides that release the side to go down. Then the parts that hold the mattress and then the mattress.
Bassett has manufactured many different crib configurations, each with a different instruction set requirement. We should be able to help you identify the style of Bassett crib you have and supply the correct assembly instructions. Please call us at 800.205.9642 or 800.772.1041 from 8am to 6pm Central Time M-F for direct assistance.
im not sure of a recall but if you have any doubts why bother, as its too late if something bad happens!
if it has metal locking devises get rid of it & if a baby can place any parrt of it body between the bars DESTROY IT!
I have a wooden bassett crib and we have only 3 metal bars to hold up the springs Is there any way to get another one I have not been able to find crib parts. Please help me. Kathy email me at [email protected]
Bassett recommends that all cribs manufactured prior to 1972 be
replaced because improved safety features were instituted that year. If
your crib was made in 1972 or after, replacement parts are available
from Products America at 1-800-772-1041. If you are unsure when your
Bassett crib was made, Bassett urges you to replace it.