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Recall Alert: Evenflo Transitions 3-in-1 Combination Booster Seat

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Models Affected: Approximately 56,000 Evenflo Transitions 3-in-1 Combination Booster Seats with the following model numbers: 34411686, 34411695, and 34411029. Only models produced from Dec. 18, 2014, through Jan. 29, 2016, are affected. Parents can find the model number on a label on the bottom of the child seat.

The Problem: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is reporting that the adjuster button used to loosen the seat’s harness may be within the child’s reach, allowing the child to loosen harness. If the harness is not properly tightened, the child will not be properly restrained in a crash. According to NHTSA, this issue only impacts the use of the seat in harnessed-booster mode. In a statement, Evenflo said no injuries have been reported related to this issue.

The Fix: Evenflo will provide a remedy kit that includes a redesigned seat pad for free. Click here for more information about the kit.

What Owners Should Do: Evenflo will notify owners this month. Owners can call Evenflo at 800-233-5921 or NHTSA’s vehicle-safety hotline at 888-327-4236 for more info. To make sure you’re contacted about recalls, register your car seat.

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