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Fall Hazard Prompts NHTSA, CPSC and Dorel Juvenile Group to Announce Recall of Infant Car Seat/Carriers

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Recall Date:
December 18, 2009

Recall Details

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 18, 2009
Release # 10-084
Firm's Recall Hotline: (866) 762-3316
NHTSA Recall Hotline: (888) 327-4236
NHTSA Media Contact: (202) 366-9550

 

 

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

Name of product: Dorel Infant Car Seat/Carriers

Units: About 447,000

Manufacturer: Dorel Juvenile Group Inc., of Columbus, Ind.

Hazard: When used as an infant carrier, the child restraint handle to the seat can loosen and come off, posing a fall hazard to infants.

Incidents/Injuries: Dorel has received 77 reports of the child restraint handle fully or partially coming off the car seat/carrier resulting in at least three injuries to infants including bumps, bruises and a head injury.

Description: This recall involves Safety 1st, Cosco, Eddie Bauer and Disney branded infant car seat/carriers with the following model numbers and that were manufactured from January 6, 2008 through April 6, 2009. The model number and manufacture date are located on a label on the side of the car seat/carrier. They were sold with Travel Systems. The stroller portion of the travel system is not affected by this recall.

Child Restraint Model# Product Description
Safety 1st
22-057 DBY Safety 1st Sojourn Travel System
22-085 DWA Safety 1st Sojourn Travel System
22-057 CLN Safety 1st Sojourn Travel System
22-057 HRT Safety 1st Sojourn Travel System
22-322 HRR Safety 1st Sojourn Travel System
22-322 PTK Safety 1st Sojourn Travel System
22-057 LPH Safety 1st Sojourn Travel System
22-085 LYN Safety 1st Sojourn Travel System
22-322 KDL Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System
22-322 LXI Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System
22-322OLY Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System
22-322PRS Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System
22-322 MAI Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System
22-325 COB Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System
22-095 RBK Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System
22-380 LGA Safety 1st Lite Wave Travel System
22-380 MSA Safety 1st Lite Wave Travel System
22-627 WAV Safety 1st Vector Travel System
22-325 PAC Safety 1st Vector Travel System
Cosco
22-300 FZN Cosco Sprint Travel System
22-300 OSF Cosco Sprint Travel System
22-300 CSF Cosco Sprint Travel System
22-300 JJV Cosco Sprint Travel System
22-300 THD Cosco Sprint Travel System
22-300 TWD Cosco Sprint Travel System
Disney
22-627 AWF Disney Propack Travel System
22-355 LBF Disney Propack Travel System
22-305 NAB Disney Propack Travel System
22-305 PPH Disney Propack Travel System
22-355 PWK Disney Propack Travel System
Eddie Bauer
22-627 CGT Eddie Bauer Adventurer Travel System
22-627 FRK Eddie Bauer Adventurer Travel System
22-627 SNW Eddie Bauer Adventurer Travel System
22-627 WPR Eddie Bauer Adventurer Travel System
22-627KGS Eddie Bauer Endeavor Travel System
22-655BYTE Eddie Bauer Endeavor Travel System

Sold at: Department and juvenile product stores nationwide from January 2008 through December 2009 for between $120 and $220.

Manufactured in: China

Remedy: Consumers should not use the handle of the car seat/carrier until the repair kit has been installed. The product can continue to be used as a car seat when properly installed in the vehicle. Contact Dorel Juvenile Group to receive a free repair kit.

Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact Dorel Juvenile Group at (866) 762-3316 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or visit the firm's Web site at www.djgusa.com/safety_notice

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