Parents should always ensure the car safety seats they are utilizing to secure their children are safely and correctly installed but a new recall announcement shows that certain car safety seats may not be correctly installed due to an issue related to the device’s installation guidelines.
According to a series of news agencies, the Dorel Juvenile Group has issued a recall announcement concerning multiple models of Eddie Bauer safety seats.
The recall was due to the fact parents might not be able to install the devices correctly since they may follow guidelines that aren’t accurate. Car safety seats mostly affected by this recall include all units manufactured between July 20, 2010 and May 18, 2011. While no injuries have been registered in association with these devices in the past, the company decided to issue this recall in order to ensure parents are aware of the potential risk. Fully corrected installation guidelines should be available to affected car safety seat owners for free. For repair kits or new guidelines can be obtained once affected parties contact Dorel Juvenile Group.
For a full list of affected products, follow this link for the article and more details concerning this particular recall. If you were affected, act promptly and avoid using the recalled product until a fix has been provided.