Britax has recalled 14,220 of its newer Chaperone seats for a rivet that holds the adjuster strap on the seats. According to the recall, that rivet could become loose and cause the harness adjuster to detach from the seat, which in turn can make the safety harness straps unable to properly restrain the baby and ultimately increase the risk of injury in a vehicle crash. This recall affects seat models E9L692J, E9L692K, E9L692L and E9L692M manufactured from Sept. 1, 2010, through April 30, 2011. The company plans to provide consumers and retailers with a remedy kit to ensure that the harness adjuster is securely attached. For more information, contact Britax Child Safety, Inc., at 888- 427-4829 or at www.britaxusa.com.
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