More than 50,000 child car seats recalled

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Evenflo has recalled more than 50,000 children’s car seats due to a harness problem.

The company announced that the recall affects the Transitions 3-in-1 car seat with model number 34411686, 34411695 and 34411029. Only Transitions seats manufactured prior to January 29, 2016 are included.

The company said children can loosen the harnesses on their own, which can increase the chance of injury. There have been no injuries reported.

Evenflo said they are providing a remedy kit that will “virtually eliminate a child’s access and activation of the CFA.” The remedy kit includes a replacement bottom seat pad, CFA assembly and installation instructions.

Anyone who wants to determine if their child’s seat is included and order a remedy kit can visit Evenflo online.

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