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My daughter was given a Kidkraft drop side crib and we are not sure how to assemble. There are two slats that we are not sure where they are suppose to be attached and we can not get the sliding side to attach on the bottom (when we get one side done and are working on the other side, the first side comes undone). Also the other side looks like there should be a metal rod going through it but there is no rod. Also have lots of screws but don't know where they all go. Any advice or manual would be helpful. Thank you.

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have a crib that was given to me so dont have instructions
Cosco Sleigh Crib
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try contacting modus furniture. telephone *310-827-3490 or 1-800-827-2129

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SOURCE: Cosco metal crib assembly instructions

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Posted on May 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Morigeau Crib model 750

Hi! You can contact a company called Products America at 800-205-9642 or 800-772-1041. They may not be able to provide you with model specific instructions but if you can provide some gerenal information about your crib they may be able to provide a set of instructions similar enough to get the job done! :)

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Simmons Crib sold under Little Folks Cannot figure out how to assemble.

I hope the instructions in this document work for you:

http://humm.110mb.com/Downloads_Crib.htm

The guide was written for a 1992 Simmons Little Folks Crib but many of their models are very similar.

Also in the same website are the instructions obtained from customerservice@sjfdec.com

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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  1. Place an insert nut into the top of the stationary rail.
  2. Place another nut into the bottom of that same rail.
  3. Flip that rail over and put another nut into the top and bottom of it the same as you just did.
  4. Now stick a two bolts into one side of the headboard.
  5. Stand up the headboard and twist them bolds from the headboard into the stationary rail.
  6. Now you want to twist two bolts through the secondary headboard and through the other side of the stationary rail. Make sure not to tighten them bolts up to much yet.
  7. Now put the mattress support inside the crib.
  8. Take four bolts into the top holes that are pre-drilled in the slat on the headboard and then on through to the mattress support.
  9. Do the same now with the other slat support for the headboard.
  10. Now do the same with the two remaining slats for the secondary headboard.
  11. Now tighten all the bolts real well.
  12. Put the crib on it's side.
  13. Now your gonna stick the canisters into the legs. Tap them in with a hammer if they are a bit stubborn.
  14. Now slide the rubber off of the lower side bracket.
  15. Hold the front drop rail so that the push plate faces away from the crib.
  16. Now slide that front drop rail on the tracks until it is all the way in the crib and then reinstall the rubber stoppers.
  17. Now put the crib on it's casters and go over the crib and give it a once over and make sure everything is secure and tight.
  18. Crib is ready to use now.


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Even if your's isn't a Storkcraft you should be able to call the manufacturer of your crib and ask them.
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