The harness webbing fails to meet minimum breaking strength requirements. In the event of a crash, a child may not be remain adequately secured, increasing the risk of injury.
The recall involves more that 33,000 Combi car seats, including certain model 8220 (Coccoro) child restraints manufactured January 6, 2009, through December 5, 2012; model 8836 (Zeus 360) child restraints manufactured February 25, 2009, through May 24, 2012; and model 8815 (Zeus Turn) manufactured from July 15, 2007, through March 25, 2009.
What To Do:
Combi will notify registered owners and provide free harness replacement kits along with repair instructions. For more information, contact the company by phone at (800) 543-7734 or go online to combi-intl.com.
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