assembly directions and parts list

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HIDDEN HARDWARE SYSTEM
(PATENT PENDING)
SINGLE DROPSIDE CRIB/
TODDLER BED WITH DRAWER
CHILD CRAFT INDUSTRIES, INC.
P.O. Box 444, Salem, IN USA 47167-0444 PH: 812-883-3111 FAX: 812-883-1819 http://www.childcraftindustries.com
ASSEMBLY DIRECTIONS AND PARTS LIST
Directions for Maintenance, Cleaning, Storage and Use of your Crib/Toddler Bed are also included.
M BEFORE STARTING THE ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE, READ ALL DIRECTIONS WITH CARE.
M YOU WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING FOR THE ASSEMBLY OF YOUR LEGACY CRIB/TODDLER BED:
#1 and #2 phillips screwdrivers
slotted screwdriver
7/16" wrench or adjustable wrench
enclosed Allen Wrench Z
PARTS ENCLOSED
A
IN
HARDWARE BAG (NOTED
WHEN SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE)
B (4) Spring Mounting Brackets
(4) Slotted/Phillips
Machine Screws
H00117
C
H01202
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS!
(2) Upper Guide
Bushings
H01217
D
G
(2) Lower
Guide Pins
H00291
(12) Lock Nuts
H00133
(actual size)
(actual size)
(actual size)
H
(4) Casters
(actual size)
I
H00346
J
(12) Pan Head
Machine Screws
H00132
(2) Flat Head
Machine Screws
H00116
K
(4) Socket Head
Shoulder Screws
H00135
(4) K-D Bolt Plugs
H00161
(actual size)
(actual size)
(actual size)
(style may vary)
M
L
N
(1) End Plate - Left
R
(1) End Plate - Right
(4) Allen Bolts (actual size)
(actual size)
H01163
(actual size)
S (4) Bracket Caps
H01206
H01205
Z (1) Allen Wrench
H01216
H00211
a
b
(4) Mini Blocks
(8) F/H Phillips Wood Screws
H00106
(actual size)
(actual size)
H00371
(actual size)
c
(3) R/H Phillips Wood Screws
d (2) P/H Phillips Wood Screws
H00190
H00164
(actual size)
(actual size)
OPTIONAL t (16) Flat Washers
H00288
SEE STEP 8.
Use Flat Washers t
only if drawer fits
too loose in its tracks.
(actual size)
PREPARATION
Carefully remove and lay out all hardware and parts. During the assembly process whenever using screws or bolts (fastening devices), check each with
this hardware list, by letter and size identify by placing each fastening device on the diagram of the item which is sketched actual size. Be sure to use
the proper size specified in the assembly directions. Hardware Bag may contain extra fastening devices. Check quantities and match to Hardware Bag
and Carton Parts Lists. If a part is missing or broken contact your dealer or Legacy, 812/ 883-3111, (FAX 812-883-1819), or http://
www.childcraftindustries.com for a replacement part or instructional literature. Before making this contact identify your crib. Model Identification numbers
are stamped on a label attached to the inside face of Footboard X bottom rail. Record the complete model identification number now: #____________________.
Include this number with a request for a part or literature for your crib. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS!
THIS CRIB CONFORMS TO APPLICABLE REGULATIONS PROMULGATED BY THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION AND THE
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS VOLUNTARY STANDARD IN EFFECT AT DATE OF MANUFACTURE AND IS CERTIFIED BY jpma
and astm.
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PARTS ENCLOSED IN CARTON:
T (1) Stabilizing Bar (attached to Spring U)
V
U
(1) Spring
Plastic pouch
f
(1) Drawer "Cabinet Rail"-Right
g
(1) Drawer "Cabinet Rail"-Left
(1) Dropside
wide
end
rail on
each
end
X (1) Footboard
W (1)
Y (1)Headboard
h
(1) Drawer End-Right
Stationary Side
i
(style may vary)
k
l
r
(1) Drawer Partition
(style may vary)
n
(2) Drawer Rails
m
(1) Drawer Front (finished side)
(1) Drawer End-Left
(1) Drawer Bottom
(1) Drawer Back
STEP 1 - DIAGRAM 1: STABILIZING BAR ASSEMBLY. Mount End Plate-Right N and End Plate-Left M to ends of
Stabilizing Bar T using (4) Pan Head Machine Screws I and (4)
Lock Nuts G exactly as shown. IMPORTANT: End Plates must be positioned in the correct mounting holes in the
Stabilizer Bar exactly as illustrated. Tighten screws and lock nuts securely using a phillips head screwdriver and a 7/16"
wrench.
G
FOLLOW THIS DIAGRAM
EXACTLY! END PLATES
MAY MOUNT IN DIFFERENT
HOLES.
G
See Enlarged View
T
N
T
M
MorN
I
Plastic insert in
Lock Nut G
I
I
ENLARGED VIEW
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STEP 2 - DIAGRAM 2: HARDWARE APPLICATION TO HEADBOARD & FOOTBOARD.
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Lay Footboard X and Headboard Y down
horizontally, outside facing down as shown, on
a soft surface so the finish is protected. Insert an Upper Guide Bushing C and affix with a Flathead Machine Screw J to the Footboard X. Tighten
but do not overtighten. Use a hand held screwdriver for this instead of power driven. Over tightening can cause the Upper Guide Bushing C to
compress and the bushing must not bind when sliding in groove of the Metal Top Track. At this time read and understand Diagram 5. Test
to see that the Metal Top Track will slide freely over the Upper Guide Bushing C, if not, loosen J until the Metal Top Track slides freely, but make
sure the Upper Guide Bushing C is still securely attached. Insert Lower Guide Pin D into its receiving hole as shown. Lower Guide Pins D will
remain loose for operation of the Dropside V.
Now install Drawer
Rail r and Drawer "Cabinet Rail"-Right f to
Footboard X, again exactly as shown using
(4) 1-5/8" F/H Phillips/
Slotted Wood Screws
b, tighten securely.
Align these three
holes with b
For attaching Stationary Side W
with Allen Bolts R during Step 4.
b
Follow the same procedure for hardware attachment to Headboard
Y as directed above
using the remaining Upper Guide Bushing C
affixing with Screw J
and the remaining
Lower Guide Pin D
exactly as shown. Now
install Drawer Rail r
and Drawer "Cabinet
Rail"-Left g using the
remaining (4) 1-5/8" F/H
Phillips/Slotted Wood
Screws b .
J
f
C
D
Roller wheel
r
A
Threaded insert in post.
NOTE: See Step 8. Install the enclosed Washers t here if needed, between Drawer Rail r
and Footboard X and/or Headboard Y. DO NOT INSTALL WASHERS t DURING STEP 2.
STEP 3- DIAGRAM 3: ATTACH STABILIZING BAR TO HEADBOARD & FOOTBOARD.
Insert a Slotted/Phillips Machine
Screw A into the top threaded
insert, located in the large
routed circle, on both the
Footboard X and Headboard
Y. Leave the Slotted/Phillips
Machine Screw A loose at
this time. Only allow the screw
to penetrate the threaded bushing 2 or 3 turns as shown.While
the Footboard X is in a horizontal position, place the keyhole of the assembled Stabilizing Bar End Plate N over the
extended Slotted/Phillips Machine Screw A exactly as
shown. Then insert another A
into the bottom hole in the End
Plate N and into the bottom
threaded insert. Tighten both
screws paying close attention
to ensure the End Plates M &
N are installed exactly as
shown. Set the Footboard X
upright and allow the extended
screw A on the Headboard Y
to receive the keyhole on the
other end of the Stabilizing Bar.
Add the bottom screw A and
tighten both screws securely.
For attaching Stationary Side W with
Allen Bolts R during Step 4.
Corner post of Footboard X
T
Keyhole in End Plate-Right N
A
N
A
X
Threaded inserts
Corner post to receive
Dropside V
NOTE: Drawer Rails installed during Step 2 are not shown in this diagram for clarity.
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STEP 4 - DIAGRAM 4: BUILD UP OF STATIONARY SIDE TO HEAD & FOOTBOARD.
Align the receiving holes in
each end of the Stationary
Side W with the receiving
holes located in corner
posts of Footboard X and
Headboard Y. Insert an
Allen Bolt R into each of
the (4) receiving holes and
allow each to pass through
the corner posts of Headboard Y & Footboard X,
then into the receiving holes
in each end of the Stationary Side W. Insert each of
the (4) K-D Bolt Plugs L as
shown. Pull out each Allen
Bolt R just enough to allow
the K-D Bolt Plug L to be
fully inserted in the receiving hole. Tighten all (4)
Allen Bolts R until secure
using the Allen Wrench
(enclosed) while securing K-D Bolt Plugs L with a
standard slotted screwdriver. CAUTION: DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN.
X
W
X
R
R
Z
L
L
Top position
Middle position
Lowest position
R
T
L
NOTE: Drawer Rails installed during Step 2 are not shown in this diagram for clarity.
STEP 5 - DIAGRAM 5: INSTALLATION OF DROPSIDE.
Install Dropside V by following substeps I through IV
listed below. Refer to Diagram. (It would be helpful to
have a friend assist you with this procedure.) Note: the
outside location of Dropside V as shown in Diagram.
I. Note: During the Dropside V installation procedure
use extreme caution when Top Tracks and Lower Tracks
make contact with Upper Guide Bushings C and Lower
Guide Pins D so as not to damage the finish of this crib.
II. Insert the Upper Guide Bushings C (mounted to
Footboard X and Headboard Y in STEP 2) into the
Upper Tracks (metal) which were factory mounted to
Dropside. Hold the Dropside V at approximately 30
degrees from vertical as shown in Diagram.
III. Once both ends are engaged, then carefully allow
Dropside V to slide downward. Then rotate the bottom
end of the Dropside V until it is nearly vertical. (Note:
Rotation will be stopped when the dropside V touches
the Lower Guide pins D.) Carefully let the Dropside V
slide down until it is as low as it can go.
IV. READ THIS STEP COMPLETELY BEFORE PROCEEDING. Next, lift Dropside V approximately two inches
(2") vertically. This will put Dropside V in the proper
vertical alignment with the Lower Guide Pin D which will
be inserted into the Lower Tracks (Right & Left).
W
II. Engagement of
Metal Top Track
and Upper Guide
Bushing C will
start at bottom of
Top Track (see
enlarged section
view below).
V
X
R
Dropside V Cornerpost
Ou
tsi
Long groove
de
fac
e
of
Dr
op
sid
e
D
III. Lower Track
(Plastic) NOTE: Place
short groove toward
inside of crib.
Footboard X Corner Post
PREPARATION FOR INSTALLATION OF DROPSIDE:
Loosen the four Slotted/Phillips Screws A which attach
the Stabilizing Bar T to the Headboard Y and Footboard
X to prepare for Dropside V installation. Back out these
(4) Screws a full (8) revolutions each, but do not remove
the screws. The Stablizing Bar T will now be loose.
T
30°
NOTE: STEP 5 DIAGRAM 5 CONTINUED AT TOP OF PAGE 5
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II. ENLARGED SECTION VIEW
Engagement of Metal Top Track
and Upper Guide Bushing C.
If the Stabilizing Bar Assembly T was not loosened enough (as described
in PREPARATION FOR INSTALLATION OF DROPSIDE in the beginning
of this Step 5) there will not be enough slack to create the necessary gap
required for the Lower Guide Pin D to pass through. Prematurely forcing the
pin through a gap with inadequate clearance could damage the finish on the
Dropside V. If your crib has too small of a gap, then lower Dropside V to its
lowest position and check to verify that preparation at beginning of Step 5
was performed correctly.
If it was performed correctly, but the gap is still too small, it may be because
the Stabilizing Bar T assembly needs to be pulled away from the bottom rails
of the Footboard X or Headboard Y. Check to verify that the End Plates M
& N have been pulled away from the bottom rails until they touch the underside
of the heads of loosened Slotted/Phillips Machine Screws A.
After the Lower Guide Pin D has been installed into the long groove on
Footboard X, then repeat this process on Headboard Y. After both Lower
Guide Pins D are installed, very carefully and slowly raise the Dropside V
up until it locks into its raised position. Be very careful to watch to ensure that
the Lower Guide Pins D located in the grooves do not slip out during the
process of raising Dropside V.
Refer to Diagram 2. Tighten the (4) Slotted/Phillips Machine Screws A which
were installed in Step 2 to attach Stabilizing Bar T to Headboard Y and
Footboard X but were loosened in Step 5. Be sure the (4) Slotted/Phillips
Machine Screws A are tightened securely. Check these screws periodically
and tighten if needed.
IV. ENLARGED VIEW
V
Footboard corner post
to receive Dropside V.
Flex the bottom end of the corner post on the Dropside side of Footboard X
away from the Dropside V. The purpose of this process is to create a gap
for the Lower Guide Pins D to pass through so that the Lower Guide Pins
can be inserted into the long groove of the plastic Lower Tracks. As you
prepare to accomplish this please note the following:
C X
STEP 5
DIAGRAM 5
CONTINUED
V
IV. Then insert Lower Guide Pin
into long groove in Lower Track
X
FLEX
Check the function of Dropside V. To lower the Dropside, lift
up on the Dropside V top rail with your hand near the middle
and then press in with your knee on the center of the Dropside
bottom rail. The Dropside V will then lower. To lock the
Dropside in the raised position, just lift it up until it locks into
place. Always verify that both ends of the Dropside V are
locked in the raised position whenever child is placed in crib.
Only lower the Dropside V when attending to child. Lower crib
Dropside V prior to proceeding with Step 6.
STEP 6 - DIAGRAM 6: SPRING ASSEMBLY.
Install (4) Spring Mounting
Brackets B to ends of Spring
U using (8) Pan Head Machine
Screws I and (8) Lock Nuts
G, (metal threads of Lock Nut
to be inserted first over Screw
as shown in ENLARGED
VIEW.)
Tighten all (8) Pan Head Machine Screws I while holding
Lock Nuts G with a 7/16 inch
wrench. After tightening securely, loosen 1/4 turn on all
screws I so that Spring Mounting Brackets B will be loose
enough to slide freely in their
mounting slots. Note: These
(8) Panhead Machine Screws
I will always remain 1/4 turn
loose.
G
See Enlarged View
B
G
U
I
U
B
Plastic insert in
Lock Nut G
Enlarged View
I
After tightening securely, loosen
1/4 turn on all Screws I so that the
Spring Mounting Brackets B will
be loose enough to slide freely in
their mounting slots.
B
First, slip the (4) Bracket Caps S onto the ends of the Spring Mounting Brackets B
attached to Spring U as shown. (Lower Dropside V before proceeding.) Lower
the spring assembly down into the inside of the crib. Be careful to position the Spring Mounting Brackets B between the crib posts and the first spindle.
You may choose any of the three adjustable height positions shown for mounting the Spring by using the (4) Socket Head Shoulder Screws K. Tighten
Socket Head Shoulder Screws K securely as shown. (After Socket Head Shoulder Screws K are tightened down, you will notice that Spring Mounting
Brackets B are able to move freely on Screw K. This is normal. Check periodically to see that Screws K are securely tightened down against metal
inserts. As your child grows and becomes more active, relocate Spring by relocating Socket Head Shoulder Screws K in a lower position location.
STEP 7 - DIAGRAM 7: ATTACHMENT OF SPRING TO CRIB.
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STEP 7 - DIAGRAM 7 CONTINUED
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B
X
W
V
S
Three
Adjustable
Heights
I
Make sure Socket Head
Shoulder Screw K tightens
down securely against the
metal insert.
X
U
K
X
B
U
K
Enlarged View
B
H
NOTE: After Screw K is
tightened , you will notice
the Spring Mounting
Brackets B are able to
move freely on the Socket
Head Shoulder Screw K.
This is normal.
S
Locate the (4) Casters H, insert one into each socket in each lower corner post of Headboard Y and Footboard X. Caster design may vary according
to your particular model. If (2) of your Casters H have a locking feature, we recommend placing these on the side of the crib with the dropside for easy
access. To help prevent any unwanted movement of the crib lock these two Casters H by pressing down on the tabs; to unlock pull up on the tabs. CAUTION:
If crib is placed on exceptionally thick carpet, take care when crib is rolled as Casters could catch on thick carpet pile and possibly cause breakage to
lower corner posts of crib.
STEP 8 - DIAGRAM 8: DRAWER BUILD-UP & INSTALLATION
Installation of Mini Blocs a. Refer to Diagrams 8A, 8B, 8C, 8D, and 8E. Install
i as shown in Diagram 8A. NOTE:
(1) Mini Bloc a into each of the Drawer Ends h&i
i
Before installing the Mini Blocs a, be sure that you have the (2) Drawer Ends h&i
aligned exactly as shown in Diagram 8A in order to have a pair when complete. Build
Up of the Drawer. Assemble the Drawer as shown in Diagram 8E. NOTE: After
the drawer is assembled as shown in Diagram 8E, turn the drawer upside down
and install (2) 5/8" P/H Slotted/Phillips Screws d into holes located in Drawer Bottom
n to secure it to the Drawer Partition k. Drawer Installation. Install the Drawer
i (attached to the drawer)
under the crib by inserting the rollers on Drawer Ends h&i
into the channel of Drawer “Cabinet Rails” f and g mounted to Headboard Y and
Footboard X under the crib.
8A
NOTE: Roller
wheel on metal
track will be underneath and on
this end. Mini
Blocks a install
at opposite end
of roller wheel
attached to h &
i as illustrated.
i
h
a
er
w m
a
r o
D o t t oves
B ro
G
See 8B
for CloseUp view
NOTE: With the drawer bottom
grooves together - this will result
in a pair.
IF THE DRAWER FITS TOO LOOSE IN ITS TRACKS, you can adjust the fit by adding the enclosed
Washers t as shown in Diagram 2. Remove the drawer. Carefully lay the crib on its back to allow access
to parts b, f & r. Remove the Drawer Rails and insert a washer over each screw point b between r
and X and/or Y. Reinstall rail assembly and drawer. Add additional washers if necessary repeating
this process. Insure the washers are installed between parts r and X and/or Y only if needed.
8C
Lam
Drawer
Bottom
Groove
a
8D
NOTE: Both Roller Wheels will
go toward Drawer Back m.
a
m
i
a
h/i
8E
c
See 8D for
Close-Up view
l
a
d
k
8B
j
inate
k
l
a
Fin
ish
ed
sid
e
Insert Drawer Bottom
n into groove on all 4
sides.
c
n
h
NOTE: Both Roller Wheels will
go toward Drawer Back m .
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STEP 9: FINISHING TOUCHES.
After completing crib assembly, and after making yourself aware of the Warnings, Cautions, Cleaning, Storage, Use and
Maintenance of crib, store the assembly directions in the plastic pouch which was pre-attached to Spring U. For future referral
to assembly directions you will only need to remove them from the plastic pouch. We caution you not to store excess hardware
in plastic pouch as this would be a danger to child if retrieved by him/her.
Check periodically to be sure screws and bolts (fastening devices) remain tightened as instructed in each step of
these assembly directions.
Place a purchased mattress on the Spring and crib is ready for use.
Y
W
X
V
Assembled Crib
(style may vary)
Purchased Mattress
(see size requirements under
CAUTION on page 8)
H
H
CONVERSION OF CRIB TO TODDLER BED
When converting this crib to a Toddler Bed,
a Guard Rail manufactured by Child Craft Industries, Inc. must be used.
SEE WARNINGS ON PAGE 8 OF THESE ASSEMBLY DIRECTIONS.
Crib spring will be placed in the lowest position. A separate set of Assembly Directions is provided with the Guard Rail to assist
you through the removal of the dropside and the assembly and installation of the guard rail. When installation of guard rail is
complete, store removed dropside and hardware as instructed. Place both sets of assembly directions in the plastic pouch
attached to the crib spring for future availability. Check periodically to be sure all fastening devices (screws and bolts) remain
tightened as instructed.
)MAINTENANCE OF YOUR LEGACY CRIB: Upon completion of assembly be sure screws and bolts (fastening devices)
are tightened securely. A periodic check should be made of fastening devices and tighten if needed. Before each usage or assembly,
inspect crib for damaged hardware, loose joints, missing parts or sharp edges. DO NOT use crib if parts are missing or broken. Ask your
Dealer or LEGACY (812/ 883-3111) - http://www.childcraftindustries.com for replacement parts and instructional literature if needed.
Include Model Identification Number with your request which you recorded on page 1. DO NOT substitute parts. DO NOT make any alteration
to this crib.
)CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR LEGACY CRIB: Mix together a mild solution of gentle dishwashing liquid and
water, apply to crib surface using a soft clean cloth lightly dampened in the solution. Rinse with clear water again using a soft clean cloth
then dry all surfaces thoroughly with a soft dry cloth. NO ABRASIVE CLEANERS, SCOURING PADS, STEEL WOOL, OR COARSE RAGS
SHOULD BE USED TO CLEAN THIS FINE FURNITURE.
)STORAGE AND USE OF YOUR LEGACY CRIB: A printed plastic pouch is attached to the crib spring for the permanent
storage of the assembly directions. After completing the assembly process you are advised to read and be aware of all WARNINGS,
CAUTIONS, CLEANING, STORAGE, USE AND MAINTENANCE notices contained in this set of assembly directions and printed on the
plastic pouch attached to crib spring. You will then place the complete set of assembly directions into the plastic pouch for future referral.
We caution you not to place excess hardware in the plastic pouch as it could present danger to a child if retrieved and it could also puncture
crib mattress. When storing crib use CAUTION as extreme temperature or humidity changes could be harmful. Use CAUTION when a
vaporizer is in use, always aim vapor stream away from crib as well as away from any other wood furniture item.
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! WARNING
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V FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS AND ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH.
V READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ASSEMBLING CRIB. KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE. A
PLASTIC POUCH IS ATTACHED TO CRIB SPRING FOR PERMANENT STORAGE OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL
LITERATURE.
V BEFORE EACH USAGE OR ASSEMBLY, INSPECT CRIB FOR DAMAGED HARDWARE, LOOSE JOINTS,
MISSING PARTS OR SHARP EDGES. DO NOT USE CRIB IF ANY PARTS ARE MISSING OR BROKEN. ASK
YOUR DEALER OR WRITE TO CHILD CRAFT, P.O. BOX 444, SALEM, IN 47167-0444 USA (812)-883-3111)http://www.childcraftindustries.com FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS AND INSTRUCTIONAL LITERATURE IF
NEEDED. INCLUDE MODEL IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS WITH YOUR REQUEST WHICH YOU RECORDED
ON PAGE ONE. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS.
V AFTER RAISING SIDE, MAKE SURE LATCHES ARE SECURE.
V WHEN CHILD IS ABLE TO CLIMB OUT OR REACHES THE HEIGHT OF 35 INCHES (90 CENTIMETERS)
THE CRIB SHALL NO LONGER BE USED.
V DO NOT PLACE CRIB NEAR WINDOW WHERE CORDS FROM BLINDS OR DRAPES MAY STRANGLE A
CHILD.
V IF REFINISHING, USE A NON-TOXIC FINISH SPECIFIED FOR CHILDREN’S PRODUCTS.
V DO NOT LEAVE CHILD IN CRIB WITH SIDE LOWERED. BE SURE SIDE IS IN RAISED AND LOCKED POSITION WHENEVER CHILD IS IN CRIB.
V WHEN CHILD IS ABLE TO PULL TO STANDING POSITION, SET MATTRESS TO LOWEST POSITION AND
REMOVE BUMPER PADS, LARGE TOYS AND OTHER OBJECTS THAT COULD SERVE AS STEPS FOR CLIMBING OUT.
V NEVER USE PLASTIC SHIPPING BAGS OR OTHER PLASTIC FILM AS MATTRESS COVERS BECAUSE
THEY CAN CAUSE SUFFOCATION.
V DO NOT USE A WATER MATTRESS WITH THIS CRIB.
V REPLACE TEETHING RAIL(S) IF DAMAGED OR LOOSE (IF EQUIPPED WITH TEETHING RAILS).
V STRINGS CAN CAUSE STRANGULATION! DO NOT PLACE ITEMS WITH A STRING AROUND A CHILD’S
NECK, SUCH AS HOOD STRINGS OR PACIFIER CORDS. DO NOT SUSPEND STRINGS OVER A CRIB OR
ATTACH STRINGS TO TOYS.
V REMOVE ALL CRIB TOYS WHICH ARE STRUNG ACROSS CRIB AREA WHEN YOUR CHILD IS BEGINNING
TO PUSH UP ON HANDS AND KNEES OR IS 5 MONTHS OF AGE, WHICHEVER OCCURS EARLIEST. THESE
TOYS CAN CAUSE STRANGULATION.
V WHEN DISASSEMBLING THIS CRIB, DO NOT REMOVE ANY ITEM ATTACHED WITH WOOD SCREWS.
V ALWAYS ENSURE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE CHILD BY CHECKING REGULARLY, BEFORE PLACING THE CHILD IN THE CRIB, THAT EVERY COMPONENT IS PROPERLY AND SECURELY IN PLACE.
CAUTION
OANY MATTRESS USED IN THIS CRIB MUST BE AT LEAST 27-1/4
INCHES (69 CENTIMETERS), BY 51-5/8 INCHES (131 CENTIMETERS),
WITH A THICKNESS NOT EXCEEDING 6 INCHES (15 CENTIMETERS). the
dimensions of the mattress shall be taken from seam to seam or edge to
edge where appropriate.
OUPON COMPLETION OF ASSEMBLY BE SURE ALL SCREWS, BOLTS
AND FASTENING DEVICES HAVE BEEN TIGHTENED SECURELY. A FREQUENT CHECK SHOULD BE MADE OF ALL SCREWS, BOLTS AND
FASTENING DEVICES AND TIGHTEN IF NEEDED.
CHILD CRAFT INDUSTRIES, INC.
P.0. Box 444, Salem, IN USA 47167-0444
• PH- 812/ 883-3111 • FAX-812-883-1819
http://www.childcraftindustries.com
WARNING - WHEN USING THIS CRIB AS A TODDLER BED:
V WHEN CONVERTING CRIB TO A TODDLER BED A GUARD RAIL MANUFACTURED BY CHILD CRAFT INDUSTRIES MUST BE USED TO PREVENT THE MATTRESS FROM SLIPPING OFF OF THE SPRING. FAILURE TO USE THE APPROPRIATE GUARD RAIL COULD RESULT IN ENTRAPMENT AREAS WHICH COULD
CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO THE CHILD. SEE YOUR CHILD CRAFT/LEGACY DEALER.
V YOUR CRIB AND GUARD RAIL SHALL ONLY BE USED AS A TODDLER BED WHEN THE CHILD IS AT LEAST
15 MONTHS OLD. THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF THE CHILD SHALL NOT BE GREATER THAN 50 lbs. (22.7
kg).
V THE MATTRESS USED MUST BE A FULL-SIZE CRIB MATTRESS AT LEAST 51-5/8 in. (1310 mm) IN
LENGTH, 27-1/4 in. (690 mm) IN WIDTH AND 4 in. (100 mm) IN THICKNESS.
V FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS AND THE ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM ENTRAPMENT, STRANGULATION OR OTHER CAUSES. DO NOT PLACE
BED NEAR WINDOWS WHERE CORDS FROM BLINDS OR DRAPES MAY STRANGLE A CHILD.