3 in 1 Crib Assembly Instructions


Three-in-one cribs are designed to grow as your child grows. They convert from a crib into a toddler bed, then into a child's bed. They are a popular choice for many families since they alleviate the need of purchasing three separate beds to address the needs of a growing child. Because of their convertible nature, 3-in-1 cribs are a little more difficult to assemble than traditional cribs, but are still fairly simple to put together.

  • Screw the lower side rails onto the headboard and footboard using the provided screws and wrench. On the inside of the lower side rails, you will see a ledge or series of supports, depending on the brand of your crib. Lay the thin Masonite board on top of this support.

  • Rest the spring frame on the lower side rails. Slide screws through the pre-drilled holes in the rails and the brackets on the spring frame. Tighten nuts onto the screws to secure the spring frame in place.

  • Put one side of the crib into place, and secure with screws and the provided wrench. Most 3-in-1 cribs have three pre-drilled holes on each side of the headboard and footboard to secure the sides in place. Repeat with the other side.

  • Press the included masking caps into place over any visible screws. Place the mattress in the crib, and the crib is ready to use.

Tips & Warnings

  • Double check all manufacturer's instructions before assembling your 3-in-1 crib. Each manufacturer has slightly different assembly instructions.

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