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Tori Convertible Crib Instructions

By Meredith Jameson ; Updated April 18, 2017
The Tori Convertible Crib grows with the child into a toddler bed and a full-sized bed

JCPenny sells The Tori Convertible Crib by Savanna exclusively through its department stores or online. The crib converts from a crib to a toddler bed and to a full-sized headboard and footboard. The crib includes stationary rails and three positions for the mattress, allowing for adjustment as the baby grows. Follow safety instructions when using the Tori crib to protect the baby against potential injury hazards.

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Ensure the hardware is tightly fastened to the crib and no missing parts, loose hardware or sharp edges can harm the baby. Check after assembly and periodically while the crib is in use.

Measure the crib slats to ensure they are not spaced more than 2 3/8 inches apart, which presents an entrapment hazard.

Keep the crib away from windows, drapes, shades, cords or any object that presents a strangulation or choking hazard for the baby.

Avoid placing power cords in or near the crib. Do not place any strings in or near the crib.

Ensure the crib mattress is at least 27 1/4-by-51 5/8 inches in size. The thickness of the mattress should be between 4 to 6 inches. Do not use ill-fitting mattresses, which can cause entrapment or suffocation.

Lower the crib mattress after the baby can stand. Convert the crib to a toddler bed after the child reaches 35 inches in height.

Avoid placing soft bedding and stuffed animals in the crib, which present a suffocation hazard.

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About the Author

Meredith Jameson writes early childhood parenting and family health articles for various online publications. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from San Francisco State University.

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