Defective Self-Cleaning Ovens
Consumer Protection Legal is currently investigating claims that certain Whirlpool, KitchenAid, and IKEA Built-In Wall Ovens with a pyrolytic or high-temperature self-cleaning feature contain a defect that causes the ovens to overheat and break down when the self-cleaning cycle is used.
Consumers have reported that their ovens have broken down during the self-cleaning cycle, rendering the oven unusable until the oven has been repaired at significant cost to the consumer.
Consumers have further reported that they have been advised by a repair person that the only way to prevent future similar occurrences is to immediately discontinue any and all use of the self-cleaning function.
If you purchased a self-cleaning Whirlpool, KitchenAid, or IKEA self-cleaning oven from approximately 2002 to the present, you may qualify to act as a class representative in a class action against Whirlpool to seek relief on your behalf and on behalf of others who were similarly impacted.
If you purchased please contact Consumer Protection Legal immediately.