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Was there a recall on a Century next Step Car Seat Model 44905, 2002? I plan to use one during a grand-child's visit for one week and want to be sure it is safe.

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I was given a car seat with two bases and need to know if they have been recalled before I have my new baby! Can't find a simple website to put in model numbers to check


just go to the Graco Website! :>)

Graco Harness Buckle Recall

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Graco recalls more than 25,000 car seats - CNN.com

www.cnn.com/2017/05/24/health/graco-car-seat-recall/index.html
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May 25, 2017 - Graco is recalling more than 25000 My Ride 65 car seats that might not adequately restrain children during a crash.

Safety recalls, notices, and testing for child car seats - Canada.ca

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May 25, 2017 - Includes: the recalls database; the defect complaint form; consumer information ... Graco My Ride 65 Car Seat - Non-Compliance with Webbing ...

Graco recalls My Ride 65 car seats in Canada for restraint defect ...

www.cbc.ca/news/business/graco-my-ride-65-recall-1.4129604 May 24, 2017 - Graco's Canadian division is recalling 1393 car seats with potentially defective harness restraints.

Graco recalls car seats, says webbing may not hold child in crash ...

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May 25, 2017 - Recall covers "My Ride 65" seats which were made between May 14, 2014 and July 30, 2014.

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The rear seat belt is stuck and will not release but it is locked around a childs car seat making removing the seat impossible any ideas how to release it?


try spraying wd 40 into the locking slit may loosen what ever is sticking if not may have to unbolt the belt at the anchor point , follow the piece of belt ,either under seat or on side panel good luck

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Which health insurance plan can help me cover my child?


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I dissasembled the car seat so I need get manual in order to re-assebly the belts in the correct way , can you help me


I just noticed my car seat had a safety recall back in 2007 and noticed you had the same recall on the 22150. I just ordered a new kit from Cosco (which was free) to replace the faulty parts. Here's the recall notice ans website to go to: http://www.safety1st.com/usa/eng/News/Detail/309-
Click on "Harness Adjustment Strap Inspection" and give your info. to order the kit.
News 8/30/2007 12:00:00 AM
Dorel Juvenile Group Announces a Voluntary Safety Recall of the Harness Adjustment ******** Certain Cosco®, Safety 1st® and Eddie Bauer® Brand Child Restraint Systems
Columbus, IN August 30, 2007- Dorel Juvenile Group (DJG) is issuing a voluntary safety recall for certain Cosco®, Safety 1st® and Eddie Bauer® brand child restraint systems manufactured during November 2003 through December 2005. Although no injuries have been reported, there is a potential for the harness adjustment strap to loosen during use. If this were to occur, the harness may be loose around the child, possibly increasing the risk of injury in a crash. We feel that it is important to replace the harness adjustment strap.

Model numbers affected are:
Cosco®: Alpha Omega®, Alpha Omega EliteTM: 22150, 22155, 22180, 22269; Eddie Bauer®: 3-in-1, Deluxe 3-in-1, Deluxe Convertible: 22740, 22750, 22755, 22756, 22757, 22770; Safety 1st® : Alpha EliteTM, Alpha Omega®, Alpha Omega EliteTM, Alpha SportTM, InteraTM, EnspiraTM: 22151, 22450, 22451, 22452, 22453, 22455, 22460, 22480, 22481

The model number and date of manufacture may be found on a sticker located on the side or back of the child restraint system.

DJG will contact all registered owners and provide them with information on how to obtain a free repair kit to replace the harness adjustment strap. Those consumers who have not registered their product should visit www.djgusa.com or call 800-219-0509 to order a free repair kit. The affected seats should not be returned to the retailer.

DJG encourages parents to obtain and install the repair kit as soon as possible. Parents may continue to use the child restraint system as directed in their instruction manual. Parents should be sure to adjust the harness adjuster strap snugly each time they put their child in the child restraint system. If there is any difficulty adjusting the harness adjustment strap, or it does not remain tight, DJG suggests using a different child restraint system until the repair kit has been installed.

To check for harness slippage:
(1) Fully tighten the harness, (2) pull on the harness straps without pressing or lifting the harness adjustment lever. If movement occurs, the harness is experiencing slippage.

Jul 04, 2010 | Cosco Alpha Omega Convertible 22-150

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COSCO MODEL#02-444-1PK My mother-in-law bought at a garage sale and there is not an instruction manual - want to make sure it is safe and no recalls.


I am not aware of any recalls for your car seat. The guidline is 5 years from date of manufacture or if there is a dont use after date stamped in the plastic. Belts should be snug over childs shoulders. Seat belt goes thru the back holes midwat down and should be as tight as possible. Most fire stations will help you secure your car seat. Just ask them.

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I need to put the straps back in seat


When I was doing research on your problem, I came across this recall. Please read and see if it relates to your product. RECALL ID# 66785 - CHILD SEAT Recall Date: July 28, 1993 Model Affected: AUTOMATE Recall Summary: THE TONGUE OF THE BUCKLE ASSEMBLY CAN CORRODE. THIS DOES NOT COMPLY WITH FMVSS 213, "CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS." ALSO, THE LABEL WITH USE AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IS MISSING FROM THE PLAYSKOOL MODEL. Consequences: BUCKLE ASSEMBLY CORROSION COULD AFFECT THE SAFETYPERFORMANCE OF THE CHILD RESTRAINT. THE MISSING LABEL MAY CAUSE IMPROPER USEOF THE CHILD SAFETY SEAT. Remedy: KOLCRAFT WILL PROVIDE OWNERS WITH A FREE REPLACEMENT HARNESS ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. OWNERS OF THE AFFECTED CHILD SEATS SHOULD CALL KOLCRAFT TOLL-FREE AT 1-800-453-7673, TO OBTAIN A NEW REPLACEMENT HARNESS ASSEMBLY. Notes: KOLCRAFT ENTERPRISES, INC. Potential Car Seats Affected: 307017

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Adjusting harness in the lowest position


Before helping out i think you should read this first!

AAFES RECALL NO. 08-003
RELEASE DATE:
4 February 2008
SUBJECT: HAZARDOUS RECALL - Evenflo recalls Discovery Child Safety Seats for a potential restraint failure.
DISTRIBUTION: WORLDWIDE In cooperation with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Evenflo Baby Products Inc. of Vandalia, OH is voluntarily recalling Discovery Child Safety Seats listed below for a potential restraint failure.
Items: Discovery Child Safety Seats
Number of Units Involved: Approximately One million
Description: The Discovery car seat is designed with a convenience base that attaches to the vehicle's seat and allows the seat to be attached or removed from the vehicle without removing the base.
Hazard: Tests conducted by NHTSA and the Evenflo company has found that these car seats have the potential to separate from its base. Seats could fail to adequately protect children in a high impact side collision.
Models Recalled: 390, 391, 534 and 552 Production Dates: Between April 2005 and January 29, 2008
Sold at: Major retailers and Catalogs. AAFES sold Models 390 and 391 through retail stores and catalog.
Remedy: Evenflo is providing current owners of these models with a free supplemental dual-hook fastener that has proven that the seat remains attached to the base in the event of such collisions.
Instructions for Customers: Owners of the affected seats can contact Evenflo toll-free at 800-356-2229 between 8am and 5pm ET or visit their website at http://safety.evenflo.com/cs/sc/cssc_RD.phtml
Consumers with questions about this or any other safety recall campaign may call NHTSA’s toll-free Vehicle Safety Hotline 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 800-424-9153); or go to http://www.safercar.gov.

If you still want to adjust the straps, here is a link in pdf format to guide you with your straps and/or harness:

http://www.carseat.org/samples/Sample_Summary.pdf

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