SAN ANTONIO – More than a half-million convertible and booster car seats made by Diono have been recalled because safety tests showed they may not adequately protect kids in a crash.
The recall covers the Radian R100, R120 and RXT models as well as Olympia, Pacifica and Rainier seats. They were made from January 2014 to September 2017.
Diono was formerly called Sunshine Kids Juvenile.
According to government tests and documents, when the seats are secured with a lap belt without the top tether, children who weigh more than 65 pounds have an increased risk of being injured in a crash.
The company said it has no reports of injuries. Diono will send owners an energy-absorbing pad and new chest clip.
People can contact Diono customer service at 1-253-256-9939
There may be trouble in your toy box. Toys R Us is recalling nearly 30,000 Bruin Infant Wiggle balls because they are a choking danger.
The rubber knobs can break off and parts have been found in the mouths of children, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. They were sold from June 2016 through January 2017.
Thousands of outlet converters sold at Home Depot are being recalled because they pose a shock and fire hazard.
The converters were made by Ningbo Litsun Electric Company and were sold from February through July 2017. The model number is LA-05 and the UPC is 818897010121.
Consumers can contact Home Depot for a full refund at 877-527-0313. For more information, visit www.cpsc.gov.
Cost Plus World Market has recalled Girona Outdoor dining chairs because they can collapse.
The wooden chairs have wicker straps and were sold in white and gray. They were sold from January through August 2017 for about $180.
Consumers can contact the store for a refund. For more information, visit www.worldmarket.com or call 877-967-5362.
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