Ihave a second hand jolly crib/playpen.i do not have the model and serial number anymore.2 sides won't stay up for long.i'm able to pull them all up, but the slightest pressure will make those 2 particular sidest go down again.i'm worried that baby might get hurt .
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that use to happen to me on my sewing machines, I would rethread the machine to make sure the thread is not caught on anything like the thread spool, or around anyone of the thread guides
also for both top & bottom threads, I keep a thread tail of 3 to 6 inches & before I start sewing I pull the thread behind the needle to the back of the machine & the I put the fabric under the foot & start sewing & now I don't have that problem anymore
The "trick" with the collapsing the foundations playpen is to step on the middle ring while pulling up on the "quick release latch in the middle of the long sides first, then the short sides. Works every time!
honest answer: take super heavy duty zip ties and tie the drop side in place in like 8 places to be sure it will stay put.
i did it with my crib to be safe when simplicity recalled theirs for rail issues, i would start with trying to get a hold of a person st simplicity for children your crib may be one of the ones recalled for rail failure issues then they would send you parts free
they should also be able to help you find out if the crib is theirs or not too
you should under the crib for a sticker with numbers, usually the model number / serial number and date of manufacture if you come up with a model number type it into a search engine online if manufacture name not on that label to find out who makes it, then contact them for pieces