Bumbo Baby Seats Recalled To Add Safety Belt And Warning

By: KKTV Email
By: KKTV Email
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Bumbo Baby Seats are being recalled by the manufacturer to install a restraint belt and add new warnings. Until that is complete, parents are advised to stop using the seats immediately.

The company, Bumbo International Trust, is offering a free repair kits that include the warning sticker and safety belt. The seats do not need to be returned to the company.

In addition to obtaining and using the repair kit, parents are advised to not use the seats on a raised surface and to stop using any accessories that might interfere with the new belt.

To find out if your Bumbo is included in this recall, visit recall.bumbousa.com.

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