More than one million General Electric dishwashers have been recalled due to a fire hazard. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the recalled GE and Hotpoint dishwashers pose a risk of fire due to an electrical failure in the dishwasher’s heating element. GE has received 15 reports of these failures, including seven reports of fires, three of which resulted in property damage. In light of this recall, the attorneys working with ClassAction.org are looking to determine if legal recourse is available, extending a free case review to any consumer who owns a recalled dishwasher. If your GE dishwasher caught fire, learn more about your potential legal rights by visiting http://www.classaction.org/general-electric-dishwasher-recall.html
The recall involves the following brand names: GE, GE Adora, GE Eterna, GE Profile and Hotpoint dishwashers. The recalled appliances
were sold across the country between March 2006 and Aug. 2009 for $350 to $850 and sold in white, stainless steel, black, bisque and CleanSteel exterior colors and finishes. The CPSC is advising that consumers stop using the recalled dishwashers immediately and turn off the fuse or circuit breaker supplying the appliance with electricity.
To view a complete list of model and serial numbers which were affected by the dishwasher recall, please visit http://www.classaction.org/general-electric-dishwasher-recall.html
today. On the site, consumers can also receive a free evaluation of their claim to help determine if legal recourse to collect compensation is available.
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