- October 28, 2009
- Car Seats
- The Danger:
- The harness splitter plate located on the rear of the seat has sharp edges, which can cut the harness. Also, the base could crack in a crash. In the event of a crash, the child may not be adequately restrained, thereby increasing the risk of injury.
- This recall involves miaModa infant child restraints and bases in models Viva and Viva Supreme, Model Nos. 5000 (seat), 5001 (base), 5050 (seat), 5051 (base), 5070 (seat), 5071 (base), 5080 (seat), and 5081 (base).
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- What To Do:
- Lerado will notify registered owners and offer a full refund. The safety recall is expected to begin during November 2009. For more information, contact Lerado toll-free at 1-877-546-8437.
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