Baby cribs come in different sizes, designs and styles. There are large expensive cribs that can nearly accommodate you and your baby, medium size cribs for a growing toddler and small bassinet cribs for newborns. Stokke Sleepi bassinet convertible baby cribs offers various designs to suit your baby's needs. Use it as a small bassinet until your baby outgrows it; then convert it into a large toddler crib or sitting chair.
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Ensure all the necessary materials are in your Stokke's kit by comparing the part number with that listed in the instruction manual.
"Construct the first end of the crib rails by connecting part 4 (End Section R) with part 5 (End Section L) using screws and an L-wrench.
Attach connector piece A to the last bar on each side of the joined rails (part 4 and 5 from Step 3).
Place part 7 (Plywood END) on top of the two connector pieces from Step 4. Secure the plywood to the connector pieces with two F screws.
Attach part B (flat metal connector) to the plywood bottom, in the two holes on the straight side of the plywood (the plywood piece is curved on one side and straight on the other side). Repeat the step for the opposite end of the plywood.
Assemble the opposite end of the crib rail. Repeat Steps 3 to 6 to construct the crib's two end pieces.
Connect part 6 (Plywood MID, the middle piece that holds the crib together) to both ends of the crib. Place part 6 in the middle of the two ends on top of the flat metal connector pieces attached to part 7. Secure all four corners with F screws.
Secure part 3 in the centre of the crib to the sides with four screws and bolts labelled "G" and "H." Repeat the step for the second rail.
Attach the wheels to the crib. Turn the crib upside down and insert the wheels (parts M) and the screws (parts K) in the four holes in the bottom rails. The crib is now complete.
Tips and warnings
- All the parts needed--screws, rails, connector pieces, plywood ends and L wrench--are included in the box.
- Place the screws, bolts and other parts in a small bowl or cup to avoid losing them.
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