Graco has identified that some of the harness buckles used on toddler car seats can become sticky and difficult to open over time if kids spill food or juice on them. A voluntary recall has been issued. As of June 2013, Graco began featuring a new and improved harness buckle on select toddler car seats.
There have been no reported injuries related to the safe use of car seats. Graco offers replacement harness buckles to any concerned customer at no cost. Consumers are encouraged to place their order for a replacement harness buckle using Grac’s online order form. Please visit Graco’s website for more information.
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