(KFVS) - Graco is recalling 47,000 convertible car seats because the labels on the seats do not meet regulatory guidelines.
According to the company, some Extend2Fit, ComfortSport, Ready Ride, and Classic Ride convertible car seats are being recalled because of problems with the labels on the seats.
According to the company, a portion of the Extend2Fit convertible car seats manufactured between November 27, 2015 and January 20, 2016 are part of the recall. The affected seats are part of the Campaign fashion sold at Target.
A Graco spokesperson says the ComfortSport, Ready Ride, and Classic Ride seats that are part of the recall were manufactured between March 2014 and February 2015. The affected seats were sold at various specialty and online retailers.
A release from the company states that the company will be providing owners with a free replacement label that can be put directly on the car seat.
The company says the seats are still safe to use. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to follow the instructions in the printed manual on the car seats to ensure they are safely installed.
If you own an Extend2Fit set, click here to enter your model number and date of manufacture to see if your seat is part of the recall.
If you own a ComfortSport, Ready Ride, or Classic Ride, click here to enter your model number and date of manufacture to check your seat.