Bumbo International Trust Is Doing A Voluntary Recall On Baby Seats

August 15, 2012 Updated Aug 15, 2012 at 10:52 AM EDT

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Bumbo International Trust Is Doing A Voluntary Recall On Baby Seats

August 15, 2012 Updated Aug 15, 2012 at 10:52 AM EDT

National (WKBW/ABC NEws) - August 15, 2012 - Bumbo International Trust is conducting a voluntary recall to add a restraint belt and new warnings to the Bumbo® Baby Seat. Infants can maneuver out of or fall from the seat, posing a risk of serious injuries. Working closely with the CPSC, Bumbo has determined that the potential safety issue can be readily corrected in the home by adding a restraint belt. In addition, Bumbo is providing a new warning sticker for consumers to attach to the seat to re-emphasize existing warnings against use of the seat on any raised surfaces.

Consumers should stop using their Bumbo Baby Seats immediately, and complete the order form to obtain a free Repair Kit. The kit includes a belt with a new warning sticker, installation instructions, proper use instructions and a new warning sticker. There is no need for consumers to return the Bumbo Baby Seats.

Consumers should take the following actions in conjunction with this voluntary recall:

Install and always use the restraint belt.

Apply the new warning sticker over the existing warning on the back of the Bumbo Baby Seat.

Follow all usage instructions and never use the Bumbo Baby Seat on any raised surface.

Discontinue use of Bumbo seat cover accessories that interfere with installation of the restraint belt.

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