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2002 Chevrolet Blazer accessories - interior problems

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2002 Chevrolet Blazer Owner Comments

problem #1

Nov 182013


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The dorel child infant safety seat that was made on 10/10/2011. The product number is 22-391 mlo. The restraints on the seat are not safe for a child to be placed in the seat due to the restraints coming off or undone. All you have to do is simply pull on the restraints and they will come undone. And it is really unsafe if you have a infant in the seat that likes to hold the restraints or even play with them while you are trying to drive and cant always see what they are doing. I have had this happen multiple times while even just trying to place my son into the seat. The consequences of this happening are that I have to then either take him out of the seat and fix the restraints or I have to try and fix it while he is in his seat. The only thing I was able to do is fix the problem myself is to place velcro on the restraints on the back of the seat to make sure that they do not move at all when I place my son in the seat. I have tried to contact the company to see what can be done, but every time, I call there is a hold time or they are closed.

- Knoxville, TN, USA

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