Graco recalls another 1.9 million car seats

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Graco is recalling harness buckles used on nearly 2 million infant car seats.  A company spokesperson says parents reported having problems with the buckle, which led to a government investigation and the recall.

Some of the models affected include the SnugRide, Snugride 30 and Aprica A30.

All of the seats included in the recall were made between July 2010 and May 2013. Graco will provide customers with free, replacement harness buckles.

To find out if your child's car seat is affected, visit Graco's recall page, or call the company at (877) 766-7470.

Information on the model can be found on a white label located on the bottom of the infant seat carrier.

Graco says it will also provide a free, replacement buckle to any consumer who has an infant car seat not included in this recall, but would like to update their buckle to Graco's current buckle design.

This is the third time this year Graco has issued a recall regarding the seats and harness buckles.

In February, the company recalled more than 3 million toddler and booster seats, then in March added roughly 400,000 to that recall.  The latest recall brings the total to nearly 6 million seats.