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Car Seat Recall In Canada ~ 26,558 Safety 1st and Eddie Bauer Car Seats

If you live in Canada, read on! It was reported that certain car seats manufactured by Dorel may not comply with Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (CMVSS) 213 – Child Restraint Systems. After testing the seats, it was noted that the plastic seat shell cracked, which could allow the seat back to recline excessively and increase the risk of injury from impact forces being transferred to the child during a crash.

The crack tends to expose sharp edges, especially in the case of the Enspira 65 model and thus increases the risk of injury to your child. Transport Canada and Dorel Distribution Canada have actively investigated the non-compliance. The company will notify all registered users with an Owner Notification Letter, with instructions on how to obtain a free shell repair kit. It is very important to note that if you have not registered your car seat, you should contact Dorel immediately at http://recall.djgusa.com/services/productrecall/canadarecalls.html to verify if your model is included in this recall. If their model is included, the consumer should call Dorel’s dedicated Toll free Customer Service Hotline at 1-(877)-416-9335, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST or email caenspira@djgusa.com or Fax 1-800-207-8182 to obtain their free shell repair kit.

Makes and models affected
Make Model Model year(s) affected
SAFETY 1ST ENSPIRA 65 2012
SAFETY 1ST GUIDE 65 2012
SAFETY 1ST CRUISE AIR 65 2012
SAFETY 1ST CRUISE AIR LX 65 2012
EDDIE BAUER XRS 65 2012
EDDIE BAUER ENSPIRA 65 2012

Source: Transport Canada

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