Assembly Instruction - Pali

Assembly Instruction - Pali
Pali Design, Inc.
Assembly
Instruction
1525 Hymus Boul.
Dorval, QC
H9P-1J5 Canada
Phone: 1-514-421-0309
customerservice@pali-design.com
Wendy Forever Crib
www.pali-design.com
This crib has been designed for your child's comfort
and your convenience. Quality material and
workmanship have gone into this crib which will provide
a sound and comfortable bed for your baby if properly
assembled and maintained. For the security of your
child and your own peace of mind be sure to follow the
assembly instructions exactly. Adult assembly is
required. A periodic check should be made of all bolts
and screws, which should be tightened if needed.
Moisture and heat are harmful to the finish; for this
reason use extreme caution when vaporizer is in use.
The vapor steam should always be aimed away from
the crib as well as away from other wood furniture.
Some types of soft plastic toys could damage the finish
when placed against it.
Hardware Parts List
A
Phillips Head Screw
8x
E
B
Wing Nut
8x
F
10x
KD Bolt
Nut
4x
Small Allenhead Bolt
8x
G Allen Wrench
Tools Needed for
Assembly:
D
Dowel Pin
4x
Large Allenhead Bolt
1x
C
Crib Parts List:
1x
2x
1x
Mattress
Support (H)
End Panels
Headboard
(P1 + P2)
(J)
1x
2x
1x
Footboard
Stabilizer
Bars (L)
Feet (M)
(K)
IMPORTANT: In order to properly assemble the crib, carry out
INSTRUCTION
the operations in the order specified. Failure to assemble the crib
LEAFLET
Adult
in the manner recommended could make the crib hazardous.
Important, keep assembly
Carefully remove and lay out all parts. Familiarize yourself with all
is
for future
diagrams to facilitate the assembly of your crib. Check parts
reference. Read required. enclosed in hardware bag with the HARDWARE PARTS LIST to
carefully.
be sure all are included and quantities are correct.
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Step
1 Assembling Crib
CRIB
Hi
Mid
Lo
• This crib has three mattress support positions for use in your baby's first months.
• As soon as baby starts to sit up you must use the lowest mattress support position.
• To assemble the crib with the high mattress support position see Step 1.
• When using the crib as a toddler bed, remove the Footboard (K) and the lower
mattress support position must be used.
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
A
H
A
H
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
L
B
L
L
B
A
L
C
D
C
D
D
C
C
D
D
Back
P1
C
L
E
E
E
Both End
Panels
P2
P2
P2
L
E
E
E
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Step
CRIB
E
2
J
E
J
J
E
E
Back
E
Both End Panels
M
E
E
J
Front
E
E
M
M
F
F
K
F
Back
Both End Panels
F
Front
M
F
M
F
K
M
Crib
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Child's Day +
Toddler Bed
Step
1
Transforming Crib into a Child's Day Bed or a Toddler Bed
(815 Toddler Rail Kit sold separately )
Note: Additional hardware can be found in the Toddler Rail Kit.
Top
Both End
Panels
Bottom
Toddler
Bed
Step
2
Top
Both End Panels
Bottom
Toddler Bed
Child's
Day Bed
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Top
Both End Panels
Both End Panels
Child's Day Bed
Bottom
WARNING STATEMENTS
• Read all instructions before assembling crib. Keep instructions for future use.
• Failure to follow these warnings and the assembly instructions could result in
serious injury or death.
• Never use plastic shipping bags or other plastic film as mattress covers because
they can cause suffocation.
• Infants can suffocate in gaps between crib sides and a mattress that is too small.
• Infants can suffocate on soft bedding. Never add a pillow, comforter or padding.
• To reduce the risk of SIDS, pediatricians recommend healthy infants to be placed
on their backs to sleep, unless otherwise advised by your physician.
• 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.
• To help prevent strangulation tighten all fasteners. A child can trap parts of the
body or clothing on loose fasteners.
• DO NOT place crib near window where cords from blinds or drapes may strangle
a child.
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• When child is able to pull to a standing position, set mattress to lowest position
and remove bumper pads, large toys and other objects that could serve as steps
for climbing out.
• When child is able to climb out or reaches the height of 35 in. (90 cm), the crib
shall no longer be used.
• Check this product for damaged hardware, loose joints, missing parts or sharp
edges before and after assembly and frequently during use. DO NOT use crib if
any parts are missing, damaged or broken. Contact Pali for replacement parts
and instructional literature if needed. DO NOT substitute parts.
• DO NOT use a water mattress.
• If refinishing, use a non-toxic finish specified for children's products.
• CAUTION: ANY MATTRESS USED IN THIS CRIB MUST BE AT LEAST
27 1/4 IN. (69 CM) BY 51 5/8 IN. (131 CM) WITH A THICKNESS NOT
EXCEEDING 6 IN. (15 CM)
TODDLER BED WARNING STATEMENTS
• Failure to follow these warnings and assembly instructions could result in serious
injury or death from entrapment or strangulation.
• DO NOT place bed near window where cords from blinds or drapes may strangle
a child.
• The mattress intended for use on the bed shall be a full-size crib mattress having
minimum dimensions of 51 5/8 in. (1310mm) in length, 27 1/4 in. (690mm) in
width and 4 in. (100mm) in thickness.
• Strings can cause strangulation! Do not place items with a string, cord or ribbon
around a child's neck, such as hood strings or pacifier cords. Do not suspend
strings over a toddler bed for any reason or attach strings to toys.
• The minimum age of the intended user shall not be less than 15 months and the
maximum weight shall not be greater than 50 lbs. (22.7kg).
• The guardrail provided must be used to avoid the formation of a gap between the
mattress and the bed that could cause an entrapment.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
• When cleaning your crib, please use a non-toxic, non-abrasive cleaner. Mix a
solution of water with a small amount of mild dishwashing liquid. Apply to crib
surface with a soft, damp cloth lightly dampened in solution. After cleaning, dry
completely with a soft, dry cloth.
• When storing crib use caution as extreme changes in temperature or humidity
can compromise the crib making it extremely dangerous to your child.
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