Burch v. Whirlpool Corp. Class Action Settlement
You may be a Class Member if you are a U.S. or U.S. Territory resident who :
(1) bought a new Class Dishwasher (i.e., a KitchenAid-brand dishwasher produced by Whirlpool between October 1, 2010, and June 14, 2019); or
(2) obtained a Class Dishwasher as part of buying a home, residence, or structure; or
(3) was gifted – by a donor meeting the requirements of either subsection (a) or subsection (b) – with a new Class Dishwasher, unused by the donor or anyone else after said donor bought the Class Dishwasher and before they gifted the Class Dishwasher.
The full list of Class DIshwasher models may be found by clicking here.
Please visit the Settlement website’s FAQs, Items #8-14, for details on the various Settlement Benefits you may avail of as a Class Member.
Proof of Purchase
File your Claim / Check your Claim Status here
Warren Burch v. Whirlpool Corp.,
Case No. 1:17-cv-00018,
United States District Court
for the Western District of Michigan
Plaintiffs claim a specific defect in the Class Dishwashers, i.e., the tendency for the upper dish rack adjuster wheels’ axles to break, rendering the upper dish rack unusable. Plaintiffs also allege that Whirlpool contravened warranties pertinent to the production and sale of the Class Dishwashers. The Settlement excludes claims of personal injury or property damage, other than damages endemic to the Class Dishwasher itself.
Burch v. Whirlpool Corp.
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