Graco’s Canadian upset is recalling 1,393 car seats with defective harness restraints.
The retract affects certain «My Ride 65» model car seats manufactured between May 14, 2014 and July 30, 2014, according to a refuge advisory from Graco.
The recalled seats have the following epitome numbers, which can be found on a tag underneath or on the back of the car seat:
Only sofas with specific «webbing tag codes» and dates of manufacture have been canceled. Specific instructions on how to find the webbing tag code and date of manufacture are convenient on the Graco safety advisory webpage.
During testing, harness network on the car seats «did not meet requirements for breaking strength» set out in Canadian regulations, the bulletin said.
Graco said it will contact affected consumers and afford them with free replacement kits to install new harness self-disciplines. Consumers can continue to use their existing car set while waiting for the replacement kit, the group said.
Consumers can contact Graco online or by calling 1-800-345-4109.
In the U.S., the recall of My Heckle 65 car seats affects 25,494 units.
According to Transport Canada’s Motor Agency Safety Recalls Database, Graco’s My Ride 65 model has been remembered twice before, once in 2013 and again in 2014.