4moms, the company behind the popular mamaRoo baby east, has issued a voluntary recall for self-install infant car seats manufactured between July 1, 2016, and October 31, 2016.
The 4moms recall will affect 2% of the 1,622 units sold during that time, according to a statement released by the company.
2017 4moms Recall: Infant Carriers
The company states the recall is being conducted due to issues with faulty rivets for coupling hooks, which lock the infant carrier into the base. The faulty rivets may cause the hooks to stick, preventing the base from properly locking to the carrier.
What Do You Do?
If your car seat is one affected by the 4moms recall, the company recommends manually checking to make sure the base is locking to the car seat, then contacting them to arrange for a replacement seat to be sent. The company will provide a new car seat to affected customers at no cost.
For more information, visit the 4moms website.
This 4moms recall is very small, but make sure to check your car seat to see if you are affected!