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I bought a car seat at a garage sale and was told that I could buy the haarness at a Baby's R Us. They do not carry them. I don't know which Alpha Omega seat it is because I can't find any numbers on the seat. There are several different numbers on stickers on the seat, they all start with 4359- the last four numbers all start with 4 but have no sequence to them.
I would like to get the harness that is missing for the car seat
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cosco Alpha Omega Elite car seat
You can get a new manual free of charge from the manufacturer, Dorel Juvenile Group, at www.djgusa.com or by calling their toll-free number (1-800-219-0509). You will need the model number and the date of manufacture, both of which are located on a sticker on the side of the carseat. You may also want to check out www.carseat.org/recalls, as some of the AOE's have been recalled for problems with the harness. It's no big deal; if your seat is one of the recalled ones, just mention it when ordering your manual and they will send you a repair kit for free.
Another option is to check with your local police department and/or County Health Department to see if there is a Certified Carseat Safety Technician available to help you. They are trained in the proper installation of carseats and will show you how to install yours correctly, for free. You should probably do this anyway, as about 98% of all child safety seats are installed incorrectly (even when parents have followed the directions in the manual). Good luck!
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
SOURCE: Cosco Alpha Omega
You can call the manufacturer, Dorel Juvenile Group, at (800) 219-0509, and they will advise you what to do. A carseat with twisted straps is not safe, especiallyif they involve the harness.
Make sure you also check www.carseat.org/recalls to see if your AOE is one of the ones recalled for harness issues; if so, the Dorel Juvenile Group will send you a free repair kit.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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