Cohen & Malad, LLP Files Class Action Lawsuit on Behalf of Purchasers of Whirlpool Built-in Wall Ovens

Lawsuits allege Whirlpool built-in wall ovens have a defective self-cleaning feature that can burn out control panels, blow fuses, and lose power-- making the oven lock and rendering it unusable.

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Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) May 22, 2014

Attorneys from Cohen & Malad, LLP have filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers who purchased Whirlpool built-in wall ovens with self-cleaning features (State of Indiana, Marion County Superior Court 49D12 14 05 FL 016420). The lawsuit alleges these ovens are defective because during the self-cleaning process, the wall ovens become excessively hot, blow fuses, burn out control panels, and lose power – making the ovens lock and rendering them unusable.

Complaints about the Whirlpool wall ovens involve the failure of the self-cleaning feature, a universal defect, which requires a service call in order to make the oven useable. The lawsuit alleges that Whirlpool was aware of this design defect and failed to notify consumers of the failure of the self-cleaning feature of its wall ovens.

If you have purchased a Whirlpool built-in wall oven, contact Cohen & Malad, LLP. They would like to talk with you about your experience with the self-cleaning feature specifically any instances of control panel failure, blown fuses, or loss of power.

About Cohen & Malad, LLP
Cohen & Malad, LLP, was founded in 1968 by former Indiana Attorney General John J. Dillon, Louis F. Cohen and others. Since that time, Cohen & Malad, LLP, has garnered a national reputation. The firm’s class action practice litigates complex antitrust, securities and investment fraud, consumer protection, and human rights matters.
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