I do not have this exact model but on the headboard of mine it says to call 1-800-OHS-Furn.
We are in the same situation. There is an aftermarket manufacturer of rails, you can find more information about them here:
I'm going to order them this week, I've not tried them yet myself.
Hi, Ragazzi is back in business and you can purchase their products (including the conversion kits) at Buy Buy Baby there are stores in Paramus and Totowa NJ. They do not however list Ragazzi on their website-Buybuybaby.com. You can also purchase from Bambi baby store-Tel.#is 201-867-7634. They also have a website but again the Ragazzi products are not listed.www.bambibaby.com
9/14/09 - The aftermarket site mentioned does not have any in stock now or in the near future. Ragazzi is not back in business, the name was bought by another company and the furniture is now made in China. The dimensions are different so the conversion kits now readily available for the new Ragazzi line will not fit the old Canadian made furniture.
I just finally got my full bed put together and it was really easy and looks great! Ok so I called Jardine enterprises and they told me to call Sleepy's and ask for a Universal hook-on metal rails for a crib. So I did that and the Sleepy's I called said they were discontinued. I continued to call several more Sleepys till I got someone who told me that they were indeed available and he knew exactly what I needed...he just converted his 3 year old's bed. He was right and everything worked out perfectly. The gentleman I spoke with at Sleepy's is Damien (201) 487-4242. Your best bet is to call him no matter where you are located and he will order you exactly what you need or tell you which location to pick them up from. They can deliver it to you and I think the charge is $90...well that's atleast what mine was but they also delivered a full box which I HIGHLY RECOMMEND because the bedrails make the bed really low to the ground and it does not look good that way. I have the manual for converting the kit if you decide to do it on your own. If you need it just respond to this answer. One more thing that I did not realize when the bed rails came and I thought they were not what we needed. You need to follow the instruction manual because it is very important that you take your crib apart completely to get both headboard & end board into the rails. If you don't take the other end of the bed apart (end board) you will not see the place to hook the rails into and the delivery people at Sleepy's will tell you that you order the wrong part and they do not carry parts for this type of bed...BUT THATS NOT TRUE BECAUSE THEY DO AND DAMIEN WILL TELL YOU THAT. Meaning...if you decide to do your bed without an end board they do have rails specifically for them but you need to call Damien because he will know which other rails to order you. But luckily the Jardine Madison Crib can have both a headboard and endboard for a full bed or it can go the other route which I did not want. Very important you just need to make sure your crib is taken apart fully and the end board is put together correctly so that you will see the section to hook the rails into. Actually the instruction manual will show you clearly what I mean...page 6 has a picture of what it is supposed to look like all set up. So ask me for the instruction manual if you do not have it already! Oh also you need to go to a hardware store and pick up the longest furniture screws you can get because you will need those when putting the end board together correctly. I got mine from homedepot. I don't think they came with the crib originally so you definitely have to pick them up. So make sure your end board is put together correctly before ordering the rails.
I believe this is the parent company: http://www.deltachildrensproducts.com/default.asp
try contacting their customer service.
CRIB ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS AND ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS CAN
RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY TO THE CHILD.
*READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ASSEMBLING CRIB.
KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE.
*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 RAGAZZI FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS AND
INSTRUCTIONAL LITERATURE IF NEEDED.
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS.
DO NOT USE THIS CRIB FOR A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO CLIMB OUT UNAIDED
OR WHO IS TALLER THAN 35 INCHES (90 CM).
*DO NOT PLACE CORDS, STRAPS OR SIMILAR ITEMS THAT COULD BECOME
WOUND AROUND A CHILD'S NECK IN OR NEAR THIS CRIB.
*IF REFINISHING, USE NON-TOXIC FINISH SPECIFIED FOR CHILDREN'S
*DO NOT LEAVE CHILD IN CRIB WITH SIDE LOWERED. BE SURE SIDE IS IN
RAISED AND LOCKED POSITION WHENEVER CHILD IS IN CRIB.
*WHEN CHILD IS ABLE TO STAND IN CRIB, SET MATTRESS TO LOWEST
POSITION AND REMOVE BUMPER PADS, LARGE TOYS AND OTHER OBJECTS
THAT COULD SERVE AS STEPS FOR CLIMBING OUT.
*NEVER USE PLASTIC SHIPPING BAGS OR OTHER PLASTIC FILM AS
MATTRESS COVERS BECAUSE THEY CAN CAUSE SUFFOCATION.
*DO NOT USE WATER MATTRESS WITH THIS CRIB.
*REPLACE TEETHING RAIL IF DAMAGED OR LOOSE.
*CAUTION: ANY MATTRESS USED IN THIS CRIB MUST BE AT LEAST 27-1/4
INCHES BY 51-3/8 INCHES WITH A THICKNESS NOT EXCEEDING 6 INCHES.
PARENTS SHOULD 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.
CRIB ASSEMBLY (SEE DIAGRAM )
2 end panels (headboard + footboard) (A), with 2 top long plastic glides (a)
and 2 bottom metal glides (b);
1 stationary side rail (B);
1 drop side rail (C), with 2 top plastic guides (c)
and 2 bottom locking mechanisms (d);
1 mattress support (D);
6 brass bolts;
1 Allan key;
4 hexagon bolts 1/2";
8 metal washers (if required);
1 stabilizer bar (available only for certain models) (E).
2 metal pins
STEP 1 Attach the stationary side rail (B) to end panels (A) with four brass bolts.
Use Allan key provided.
STEP 2 Attach the mattress support (D) to end panels (A) at desired position with the four
1/2" hexagon bolts.
To change the position of mattress support (D), unscrew the four 1/2"
hexagon bolts, line up mattress support (D) with holes at desired position and
reattach it with the 1/2" hexagon bolts.
STEP 2.1 (Applicable only for certain models). Attach the stabilizer bar (E) to end panels (A)
by placing the metal pins in upper holes of bar and inserting in upper holes of ends.
Secure bar using two brass bolts in lower holes of bar and end panels.
THE MATTRESS SUPPORT SHOULD BE AT THE HIGHER LEVEL WHEN CHILD IS
BORN. IT SHOULD BE AT THE LOWER LEVEL BEFORE CHILD CAN STAND UP.
STEP 3 INSTALLATION OF DROP SIDE (C) (see diagram)
Lay crib on its side, on the ground;
Remove rubber stoppers at bottom of metal glides (b) found on end panel (A);
Slide drop side rail (C) in tracks all the way up;
Re-insert the rubber stoppers on bottom metal glides (b);
Be sure to tighten properly.
STEP 4 CASTERS:
Slip the four casters into inserts located inside holes of end panel (A). Press firmly
to lock in place.
DROP SIDE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
After the crib is assembled: raise the drop side to the upper or closed position.
TO LOWER: Hold the center of the upper rail of the drop side with one hand. Raise the drop side
(C) until it stops. With the drop side (C) held in this position, press against the bottom rail of the
drop side (C) with your leg at the point marked "PUSH" on the plastic plate. Then lower the drop
side (C) until it connects with the rubber stopper on the bottom metal glides (b).
TO RAISE: Hold the center of the upper rail of the drop side with one hand. Lift the rail until drop
side bottom locking mechanisms (d) snap in place.
Crib drop side rail (C) is now closed and locked in place.
Metal washers are to be used on crib only if there is a tension in the crib drop side rail (C).
TO RELIEVE TENSION:
1) Remove drop side rail (C);
2a) WHEN TENSION IS PUSHING OUTWARD:
Place metal washers between bottom metal glides (b) and headboard and footboard (A);
2b) WHEN TENSION IS PULLING INWARD:
Place metal washers between stabilizer bar (E) and headboard and footboard (A):
3) Re-install drop side rail (C)
DAY BED INSTRUCTIONS
1 - Remove drop side rail ( C ) as follow:
Lay crib down on its stationary side rail.
Remove rubber stoppers at bottom of metal glides (b) found on end panels (A)
Slide drop rail (C) down the tracks.
2 - Re-insert the rubber stoppers on the bottom metal glides (b)
3 - Remove the plastic and metal glides (a & b) from end panels (A)
4 - Ensure that the mattress support (D) is in the lowest position.
5 - For safety reasons, stabilizer bar (E) must be installed in order for crib to be used as a
"If you have the model number usually on the bottom of the crib, if it is one of the Jenny Lind make you will need to know the date it was made that is on the same spot." "You may find it in Jenny Lind, but it depends if the crib is still replaceable or not. It all depends on their product replacement parts policy."
Try Products America. They're a general supplier of crib parts for different lines. They have a website http://productsamerica.com. You search by the style of crib you have, the parts your looking for, or use the visual index. Only catch is that you have to call them up to order the parts.
Maybe use one of the dropdown sides as a headboard? Then, buy a single bed and frame. For a young child, if you put plywood on the frame under the mattress, that will be low enough so they can get in and out of bed safely.
B.F. Skinner developed an air crib to help his wife with the care of their second child. The air crib was a temperature-controlled environment, where the baby didn't need to have a blanket or heavy clothing, but could lie with just a diaper on in a temperature- and humidity-controlled box. The box was large enough to allow the baby to move around freely. Skinner believed that the baby would be more mobile and more comfortable, and therefore less prone to cry.
Some companies manufactured different versions of the air crib, which met with varied success.
it is a toy that hangs over the crib which has little animals for example and plays music to sooth the baby.
A crib set is : crib bumpers, a sheet and a blanket
I think they should because they aren't supposed to sleep on their face.
Lost directions to change to youth bed. Can you provide?
The Christmas crib is a variation on the manger, or feeding trough in which Jesus was laid as an infant.
27"x52" or 69cm x132cm
500 depending on where you go
St. Francis made the first crib
Contact the manufacturer
This can be quite dangerous if the child manages to climb out - i have seen toddlers literally throw themselves over the top of the crib.
You should probably think about moving him/her into a bed with a child guard rail to stop them rolling out. It may be harder to get them to stay in bed at first but from a safety point of view you know they aren't going to do any themselves any harm!
Most children should be ok in a bed from around 20-24months old. Make sure you put some cushions or something soft for them to land on down on the floor at the first in case they fall out!
A lot of these have been recalled, please make sure yours isn't one.
wlamart has them clearance right now for 83. I will sell my new in box set for 40!
http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3839309 I'm ordering these from Toy R' Us
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