Class Eligibility

Class Members of the Whirlpool dishwasher settlement include all U.S. residents who either:

Purchased a new Class Dishwasher;

  • Acquired a Class Dishwasher as part of the purchase or remodel of a home; or
  • Received as a gift a new Class Dishwasher manufactured between October 2000 and January 2006.
  • Under the terms of the class action settlement, a “Class Dishwasher” is defined as a Whirlpool, KitchenAid or Kenmore brand dishwasher that was manufactured by Whirlpool between October 2000 and January 2006, and which was equipped with an electronic control board (ECB) designated as a “Rush” ECB or “Rushmore” ECB.

The Whirlpool dishwasher class action settlement also establishes two subclasses: the “Past Overheating Subclass” and the “Future Overheating Subclass.”

The Past Overheating Subclass includes Class Members who experienced an overheating event (in which the ECB overheated, ignited, emitted smoke, sparks or fumes, and stopped working) within 12 years after the purchase date of the dishwasher, but before Dec. 15, 2015.

The Future Overheating Subclass includes Class Members who, within 10 years after the purchase date of the dishwasher or within two years of Dec. 15, 2015 (whichever is later), experience an overheating event.

Estimated Amount

Varies

The Whirlpool dishwasher class action settlement provides the following benefits to Class Members:

  • Cash rebates
  • Reimbursement for dishwasher repairs or replacements due to an Overheating Event
  • Cash payments for Future Overheating Events

Proof of Purchase

Serial #

Case Name

Chambers, et al. v. Whirlpool Corp., et al.,
Case No. 8:11-cv-01733,
District Court for the Central District of California

Case Summary

According to the plaintiffs the appliances in question presented a fire hazard

Whirlpool denies the allegations but has agreed to settle to avoid the cost and uncertainty of a trial.

Settlement Pool

N/A

Deadline

06/02/2016

Contact


Dishwasher Settlement Claims Administrator
P.O. Box 43394
Providence, RI 02940-3394
1-888-730-9962
info@DishwasherSettlement.com

86 responses to “Kenmore, KitchenAid, Whirlpool Class Action Settlement”

  1. Janice Brahm says:

    How do I file a claim?

    ADMIN – Hi Janice,

    To file a claim click on the orange link that reads claim form.

    • Joseph Disantis says:

      I have a Kenmore dishwasher that is defective, overheats and will not empty out, whats my recourse. The serial number is PP3902722

      ADMIN – Hi Joseph,

      If your serial number is included in this settlement read the instructions carefully and file a claim if it applies.

    • Tonya Carter says:

      I bought a defective dishwasher and request part of the settlement

      ADMIN – Hi Tonya,

      In order to participate in a settlement you must file a claim. To file a claim you click on the orange link and complete the digital form. Once you have provided all the requested data you can click submit.

    • Richard Baldi says:

      Please advise regarding my purchase of a Kenmore dishwasher during the period 2000-2006, Can I continue to operate it? or is that questions beyond your scope to advise

      ADMIN – Hi Richard,

      Contact Kenmore directly with your question regarding operability of your dishwasher.

  2. Barbara Slade says:

    I clicked on the orange link and it said web page was not available.

    ADMIN – Hi Barbara,

    The link is working. At the moment that you clicked your internet probably went down.

  3. Nancy McCleary says:

    My dishwasher was a Kitchen Aid. model KUDMO1TJ. 8269906C

    The control panel smoked and the machine stopped running. We purchased a 100.00 dollar part and it still did not run. We bought a new dishwasher after that. We do not have the serial number.

    ADMIN – Hi Nancy,

    Perhaps you can check the same source where you located the model number.

  4. John Makai says:

    The Kitchen-Aid was purchased in the December 2003 or 2004. The washer began acting up several years later and stopped. Repairs were to be too costly and was forced to go and purchased another Kitchen-Aid washer. The claim #: WCH – 12297905901 2252256 John Makai 257 Georgetown Road Columbus N.J. 08022

    ADMIN – Hi John,

    Leaving your information here does not constitute filing a claim. Please follow procedures as described on our homepage.

  5. NANCY SMITH says:

    KITCHEN AID DISHWASHER NO DRYING DISHES

  6. NANCY SMITH says:

    kitchaid dishwasher not heating up

  7. NANCY SMITH says:

    how do we file clams

    ADMIN – Hi Nancy,

    You have to click on the orange link that reads “claim form” and complete the information requested.

  8. Marlene Blair says:

    There is no form?

    ADMIN – Hi Marlene,

    Yes there is.

  9. Julie Aue says:

    Model GU1100XTLQ1
    Serial FP3511437
    Type 5750
    Had several complaints for the drying never hot wet on top of glassware and silverware was never satisfied with the service for this gave up

    ADMIN – Hi Julie,

    To file a claim you must click on the orange link and complete a claim form. Leaving your info in the comments does not count as filing a claim and won’t get you any money.

  10. mike whealen says:

    I had a defective dishwasher that smelled like burning, but I did not keep the paperwork, just replaced the dishwasher because I was afraid not to. Now the administration is telling me that this is just tough. Should I contact the court directly?

    ADMIN – Hi Mike,

    Without evidence that you ever had the dishwasher you will have very little in the way of recourse.

  11. Richard Baldi says:

    I purchased a Kenmore dishwasher from Sears during the period 2000-2006. Please advise in regard to what I need to do at this point. R. Baldi

    ADMIN – Hi Richard,

    Has your dishwasher being repaired for overheating issues?

  12. Richard Campbell says:

    We have two Maytag Dishwashers. We have one in our kitchen and one in our finished basement kitchen.
    Model Numbers for both are: 1. PDB3600AWE 2. PDB3600AWE
    Serial Numbers for both are: 1. 29268547EA 2. 29268543EA
    They were both purchased in Jan. or Feb. of 2004. The builder purchased them and installed. We had a new condo built and they were installed prior to our move in date which was Feb. 2004.

    ADMIN – Hi Richard,

    Leaving the serial numbers here does not count as a claim. You must complete a claim form.

  13. Lou Whitten says:

    I have the books and warranty

  14. Robert schmiedl says:

    Controls panel. Burnt up after one year Had to replace it

  15. Eileen Crawford says:

    Hello, I received a notice of this class action. Please include me. My claim number is Wch-10778098701 762754. Thank U Eileen Crawford

    ADMIN – Hi Eileen,

    I cannot include you. It is up to you to click on the orange link and submit your claim.

  16. Ray Skelley says:

    Not sure what caused the door gasket to fail, but I had major flooding in kitchen, which destroyed my laminate floor in the kitchen. Cost to remove and replace flooring $3000.00.

  17. Pablo says:

    I have since replaced my whirlpool dishwasher and don’t have a serial number, can I still file?

    ADMIN – Hi Pablo,

    No, without serial number you cannot file.

  18. James McCauley says:

    IT COST ME $700 Due TO Flooding

  19. Anthony O. Svrusis says:

    The panel on the front of the dishwasher burnt out and we had to replace it. I am very worried because on the kitchen aide double oven the lower oven burnt out and I am waiting for a new thermostat or starter needs to be replaced which will be the third time for this appliance and we just replaced the mother board on the kitchen aide refrigerator due to sparking; the refrigerator would not go on. Now the light is out for the water display and that panel may needs replacement. Needless to say I am not happy with these expensive repairs. The three appliances were purchased in 2001 when we redid our kitchen.

    ADMIN – Hi Anthony,

    If your appliances meet the eligibility requirements I encourage you to file a claim using the link we provided.

  20. Anthony O. Svrusis says:

    I forgot the dispenser for the softener in the dishwasher is not working. It just drains into the dishwasher when you close the door and does not rinse the dishes well.

  21. barbara burke says:

    claim#wch-10485247101, eligible for compensation on Kenmore dishwasher? pls reply

    ADMIN – Hi Barbara,

    You need to contact the class action administrator directly if you have questions. I am in no position to help you.

  22. mardel cook says:

    I don’t know my model number. how can I still get into the rebate

    ADMIN – Hi Mardel,

    You can find the model number on the appliance.

  23. cara says:

    I had a kenmore elite dishwasher and had to replace it right after the warranty…I don’t have this machine anymore. It overheated and died. If I called sears to get the model and receipt for purchase, do they typically have a serial number? If not, would the reciept from them be enough proof?

    ADMIN – Hi Cara,

    The longer receipt issued by Sears includes the serial number.

  24. Darlene Ryan says:

    Please tell me what I have to send to you. I have a Kenmore that is only three years old.

    ADMIN – Hi Darlene,

    If you purchased your Kenmore in the last three years it does not qualify for this settlement.

  25. Suzanne Mannix says:

    Is there a list of model and serial numbers that can be checked before a claim is filed? If there is, how do I find the web address?

    ADMIN – HI Suzanne,

    Here is the list: https://www.dishwashersettlement.com/Docs.aspx

    • Rich Andersen says:

      Looked for inf. regarding Kitchen Aid dishwasher Model #KUDMDOITJBTO (W) Serial # 1113575 Type-5770. Before filing a claim on parts & labor for repairs. Parts where still under warranty at the time, but labor costs where paid. Does this unit qualify for redemption of labor costs due to overheating and shortage of wash & drain motor assembly?

      ADMIN – Hi Rich,

      Please go to the homepage for this settlement and click on the link that takes you to the list of affected appliances. If your serial number is included then proceed to file per the terms of the settlement.

  26. Mrs. Clarice Rainey says:

    Desire to exclude myself from this class action suit concerning by Kenmore/Whirlpool dishwasher bought between 200 2006. Thank you . Clarice Rainey

    ADMIN – HI Clarise,

    To exclude yourself you must follow the exclusion process set forth in the long notice.

  27. Evelyn Maughan says:

    I want to be included in this class action dishwasher settlement. I purchased my Kenmore Dishwasher 12-14-02.
    Thanks,

    ADMIN – Hi Evelyn,

    We are glad you want to be included. To be included you must file a claim online using the link provided. Leaving a comment does not count as claiming.

  28. bernadette mcpartland says:

    I bought a kitchenAid dishwasher from sears on 5/28/03 model #2219743 or 19723. I have the original receipt
    It worked fine the first year. then it all started to go downhill. I have bought another dishwasher. I would like
    to get something back just for the annoyance.

    ADMIN – Hi Bernadette,

    This settlement relates to an element overheating and has nothing to do with general malfunction of your appliance which is often covered by limited service agreements.

  29. Mark says:

    We purchased a Kenmore around 2000 and have not experienced any issues.

    Is it safe to use?

    Mark

    ADMIN – Hi Mark,

    Even if it was not you no longer qualify for any of the three categories listed since the appliance is more than 10 years old.

  30. Betty O'Shea says:

    The claim number is in my husbands name and he dies of cancer on 12/18/09. We had a joint sears card and I actually paid for the dishwasher not that it matters. Can I still claim and do I change the name on the claim form?
    I have had 2 issues: One, the rinse aid cap melted and was in bottom of dishwasher and I ordered a replacement.(have proof). Another night, it was running and we smelt something hot, upon finding this order it was the dishwasher. We could not touch the outside of dishwasher and a couple hours later upon opening it, we found the blue and purple mark on the bottom of the dishwasher. I have used it since but only when I can watch it but doesn’t do a good job.

    ADMIN – Hi Betty,

    I cannot tell you if you have a claim or not but generally speaking you should be able to submit a claim on behalf of the estate. Please contact the class action administrator to solicit details.

  31. RUTH SMITH says:

    Over heats and lights blink stays on all the time

  32. nellie donovan says:

    I don’t know if my dishwashers involved model number 665 163 523 01 serial number fr to 2-1-1 01 2-1

    ADMIN – Hi Nellie,

    We don’t know either, but there is a nice list provided by the website that will allow you to check it. Please refer to it.

  33. Heriberto Mendez says:

    first year stop working. we use it for plate storage. panel was warm. I vaccum all the water

  34. Dawn Osburn says:

    Hi there. My question is doesn’t any of these people who are leaving comments even bother to read the instructions on how to file a claim. I got frustrated just reading all the replies telling you their serial numbers and thinking that’s all they had to do . You are very polite considering you have to spend a lot of time saying the same thing over and over again. Wow! I guess my question was more of a comment and a “Two Thumbs Up” of for “ADMIN” (whoever you are). You are great at your job and I wish more people were like that.

  35. Frances Starkey says:

    The first time I used the Kitchen-Aid dishwasher, I flooded my kitchen which in my brand new house.
    I called Sears to report this and thet sent a repairman out and he had to replace the the pump/motor assembly.

    ADMIN – Hi Frances,

    We are sad to hear that your dishwasher gave you problems. This settlement however, has nothing to do with pumps. Instead it addresses overheating issues. I don’t believe you qualify to file based on the issue described above.

  36. robert t. moore says:

    We are very disappointed in our Kitchen Aide dishwasher…as the electric panel does not light up (heating) only and the dishwasher no longer runs. We get no water and no cycles. Our claim #WCH – 12589378401 2537899 has been sent to our home to follow-up on this claim. I have been unsuccessful in accomplishing this task. We will have to replace our machine and would appreciate your assistance. Please tell me how to proceed. We are retired and have a real need for our dishwasher as we have a large family to consider. Thank you.

    Regards, Janet R. Moore

    ADMIN – Hi Robert,

    Unfortunately we cannot help you. We are not the class action administrator. We are simply an informational website. To get assistance please contact the class admin using the info we have provided on the main page for this settlement.

    • robert t. moore says:

      My comments would be the same as my wife’s. We now know what throw away products look like and the maufacturers built in obsolescence. We find this Corporate philosophy of build in a six year use cycle and then you buy another new one will eventually catch up to Kitchen aid We are in our mid 70’s and money is hard to fine.
      Regards Robert T. Moore

  37. David McFerron Sr says:

    My Kenmore dishwasher is not listed in the list of affected models, where do I find the opt-out form?

    ADMIN – Hi David,

    If your Kenmore is not listed you will not need to opt out.

  38. Beth says:

    Does this include Maytag dishwashers?

    ADMIN – Hi Beth,

    Under the terms of the class action settlement, a “Class Dishwasher” is defined as a Whirlpool, KitchenAid or Kenmore brand dishwasher that was manufactured by Whirlpool between October 2000 and January 2006, and which was equipped with an electronic control board (ECB) designated as a “Rush” ECB or “Rushmore” ECB.

    It appears per the terms of the settlement as disclosed above that Maytag is not included.

  39. SCOTT says:

    Is it possible that the Kitchenmaid dishwashers that has had the exact same problem multiple times but bought at lower be included????

    ADMIN – Hi Scott,

    Entirely possible. I would encourage you to contact class counsel.

  40. ginny says:

    I have a Kitchen Aid serial # F80317082 Model Kudio11BL6

    ADMIN – Hi Ginny,

    Here is the list https://www.dishwashersettlement.com/Documents/Chambers-Model_and_Serial_Number_List_for_Class_Dishwashers.pdf

  41. George Yuille says:

    My Post Card Claim Number is not being recognized. What do I need to do now?
    860 859-3624 or Email: g.yuille@yahoo.com. THANKS.

    ADMIN – Hi George,

    Contact the class action administrator.

  42. Weedman says:

    Claim number WCH – 13949208201. What do we do now?

    ADMIN – Hi Weedman,

    Did you receive that number prior to claiming or after submitting your claim?

  43. Angela Cook says:

    I would like to be in class a lawsuit

    ADMIN – Hi Angela,

    If you believe you are a member of the class please consider filing a claim using the instructions we have provided.

  44. richard w kates says:

    I have a claim form receipt and a claim number. I would like to buy the new dishwasher. How do I submit for reimbursement? Am I allowed to buy it anywhere?
    Thx
    Awk

    ADMIN – Hi Richard,

    We are not the class action admin. Contact the admin using the phone provided on the main settlement page.

  45. elaine nichols says:

    my whirlpool dishwasher overheats i’m afraid it will catch fire

    • Jennifer R Patterson says:

      Ihavea Whirlpool refrigerator that my mother who is in very bad health purchased from rent a center in 2018. He complaints about the refrigerator and it’s defects began before 90 day in home. Rent a center installed the brand new appliance. For last two years my mother has made monthly payments on a refrigerator that didn’t close wouldn’t cool properly. Half of the entire inside is unusable due to un predictable temperature drops and spikes. And the lower crisper drawers and glass shelves became weak and brittle around 4 months old. So food spoiled cost food freezing /spoiling cost. Entire loss off food because of rubber on outside doors has cracked fallen off or chipped. It no longer seals. We had to disconnect the ice machine that damaged new floors. Parts were promised to be ordered and replaced United purchased warranty. Seller went out of business last year and took with them all prior reports of defective parts on refrigerator and any of our complaints about the product. We have only recently learned about the class action for this model. My mother was never notified of this recall on her purchased model and whirlpool has ignored all emails from us to theyre customer service email

  46. elaine nichols says:

    around te air vents its already looking like it has caught fire

  47. elaine nichols says:

    around the air vents its already looking like it has caught fire.it looks brown

  48. Nettie Brooks says:

    I want my settlement .. I understand that the settlement has been completed. Where is my money.

    Nettie Brooks, 11693 Tony Tejeda, El Paso, Tx My claim is for a Kenmore item number 22 16879. Purchased at Sears date 1/27/02. Purchase $449.99. ORDER 00354031. DISHWASHER, BILL 24 BOB. Delivered 2/15/02
    After submission the lawyers did not give a claim conformation number. Each telephone call to rebate I was to,do not settlement yet. I was told they had not received settlement and the lawyers were waiting for settlement. The electrical wires caught fire burned up and of course the heater no longer worked.

    ADMIN – Hi Nettie,

    I am not the admin thus I am unable to address your concern. Contact the admin directly using the info we provide under the subheading titled: Contact.

  49. Jody Coddington says:

    I’m wondering how to file a claim?

    ADMIN – Hi Jody,

    The deadline has passed, you may no longer file.

  50. Steven Hirson says:

    I have moved since filing the claim. How do I update my information in the system in the event there is a settlement paid out. I do have a claim number.

    Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Steven,

    Write a certified letter with your new address to the class action administrator

  51. Carolyn Shepardson says:

    Can you check into Claim #13396257001? I never heard back after filing.

    ADMIN – Hi Carolyn,

    I can’t. You must contact the class action administrator directly. Their info is posted on this page.

  52. OSKAR HENNINGER says:

    I filed for a claim did not hear anything back since2016 my model nr gu1200xtkqo please give me an answer

    ADMIN – Hi Oskar,

    You need to contact the class action admin directly. I cannot give you info on specific cases.

  53. T & F Heineman says:

    We purchased a Kenmore,in 2000, the document mailed out to us I had some how misplaced, and am wondering if we still qualify to be a part of the settlement. The machine over heats need to run more than once even though I pre rinse all my dishes prior to loading. I am about to purchase a new machine due to these issues. After reading the card that was mailed out I definitely know that we qualify. Just checking on the time fram

    ADMIN – Hi Mr. Heineman,

    It appears you are a class member.

  54. L. Roberts says:

    This is very frustrating… I call the contact number provided every 6-8 months since filing my claim on February 9,2016. We’re coming up to the 2-year mark. Today’s call the agent indicated that we have to wait for a decision from the appeals process. It seems that as the lawyers duke it out (earning a percentage of the value of the claim), the actual settlement fund will decrease. What is the point of going through the effort of filing a claim based on an agreed upon settlement if an appeals process is allowed to occur? Will we ever see a reimbursement for our replacement dishwasher? Our Kenmore dishwasher purchased in 2002 was one that died after we witnessed smoke coming out from the sides and top of the unit. I was just happy we were awake when we ran it, and could respond. We replaced it with another unit and I submitted those receipts with our claim. Too bad I’m not a lawyer.

    ADMIN – Hi Mr. Roberts,

    Just be persistent. I have seen several class members succeed.

  55. Ron Lyman Jr. says:

    The phone number for the claims administrator is no longer in service. Who can I call to follow-up my claim?

    ADMIN – Hi Ron,

    This is the company that handled the case

    http://www.kccllc.com

  56. Rob Bird says:

    Just a little confused. I got a claim number back on 2/3/2016 and filed a timely “Dishwashers Settlement Claim Form” Part 1 in March 2016.

    1) I was checking in these two years later to see what the procedure was for actually receiving the settlement benefit appropriate to my class. No where is a procedure specified. From posts above apparently settlement benefits will not actually become available as a practical matter until appeals are settled. Check me on that if you would please.

    2) Meantime, the Chambers v. Whirlpool Settlement is no longer on the list of Class Action Active Cases at http://www.kccllc.com. Please advise whether we should be concerned by that or not. I’d add that this web site is not oriented toward providing information to class members.

    3) Can you say whether qualified class and subclass members can expect to be advised when appeals are settled and then what the procedure for claiming a benefit will be?

    Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Rob,

    Here is the contact info
    o claim Settlement benefits for a control board Overheating Event that occurred after February 23, 2016, please call Whirlpool directly at 1-877-559-2515. When you call, you will be asked to provide your name, address, dishwasher model and serial number, and approximate date of the Overheating Event. Whirlpool may request to inspect your dishwasher, so please retain your dishwasher if you have not yet disposed of it. If you qualify, you will be entitled to choose either a $100 cash payment, or a 30% rebate off the price of a new Whirlpool, Kitchenaid, or Kenmore dishwasher.

  57. Sparkland says:

    This entire dishwasher class action lawsuit has gone the way of most consumer lawsuits, directly into the pockets of the lawyers. Who would actually keep their defective dishwasher sitting around for several years waiting for things to be hashed out between competing lawyers?

    I am not expecting anything in the way of monetary reimbursement from this ordeal.

    Thank you, Kenmore

  58. Ramona says:

    Hi, I still have my dishwasher that I purchased in 2005 and it no longer works, but I had problems with it over heating. I had to have the panel replaced because of overheating. I know I have probably waited too long to make a claim, but if not, how do I do that? We bought top of the line Kenmore at that time. We had to keep spending money to keep it running.

    ADMIN – Hi Ramona,

    You no longer have any recourse under this settlement.

  59. Pat says:

    In 2016 I received a post card from the dishwasher settlement claims administer with a case code and claim #. 1/27/2016 I submitted all documentation on-line (including purchase receipt, out-of-pocket exps., repair receipts, cancel checks, etc.). 11/7/16 I requested a status update – rep said adm in review process of every claim & claim forms will be sent out by 12/31/16. 1/11/17 I called again for status – rep said settlement didn’t occur that an appeal filed she said there’s no need to keep calling for status as these appeals take time & once settled I will receive an update via mail. This hasn’t occurred & now I see a settlement was completed. I’ve done all that was asked of me & have all calls documented, receipts, etc. why was I not notified of this settlement? More importantly where’s the cash settlement?

    ADMIN – Hi Pat,

    Try reaching out to class counsel.

  60. Pamela Kilgore says:

    I just red Pat’s comment above. I have heard nothing as well. What is going on. My claim number is 11964384401

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Pamela. Thanks for your message, and sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above. Thank you, and best of luck.

  61. Gwendolyn A Snyder says:

    I, too, filed a timely claim and was told there was an appeal. We never received any compensation.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Gwendolyn. Thanks for your message, and sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above. Thank you, and best of luck.

  62. David says:

    I just got off the phone with their call center (1-888-730-9962); they are still on appeal and we “need to be patient”. I suggested the website should maybe be updated seeing as the last update was from January 2017 – but I am not holding my breath.

  63. Farah says:

    Hi, in 2014 I bought the house that comes with the KitchenAid Dishwasher. Its upper rack came out of place and broke a set of china-bone dishes that I inherited from my mother. I’m still very upset about it. The machine does not clean, and I had to wash the dishes second time around. It also overheats.I have not washed dishes in it in the last 2 years and sadly, it is in storage now…USELESS machine…..
    MDD: KUDE201XSS6 and SER: F20505391. Thanks.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Farah. Thanks for your message, and sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above. Thank you.

  64. Susan Petteys says:

    What do I do about finding out if we qualified for part of the Kenmore class action suit? Received it a long time ago and have not heard anything about it.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Susan. Thanks for your message, and sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above. Thank you.

  65. Paul Theodorpoulos says:

    After a grueling bit of googling, following countless dead-ends, I found this pdf of a stipulation in the Chambers v Whirlpool case.
    https://restructuring.primeclerk.com/sears/Home-DownloadPDF?id1=MTgyNjM3&id2=0

    As best I can decipher, it looks like this is little more than the settlement being rolled into what New York state calls a “mega case”, regarding the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of Sears Holdings. I don’t think it changes anything, other than the plaintiff agreeing to the case falling under this ‘mega case’ administration. The appeal before the Ninth Circuit court is still pending a court date.

    I could be wrong on all the above – IANAL, maybe someone else is better at this deciphering…

  66. Patricia says:

    I received a postcard in regard to Chambers/Whirlpool lawsuit. I submitted all information required online in November of 2017 and was given a reference number. I have never heard back and today 2/12/2020 I checked the website to find that a settlement has been reached. Why has no one notified me? What do we have to do to check on our settlement?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Patricia. Thanks for your message, and sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above. Thank you.

  67. Michael W says:

    Like Pat above, I submitted a claim on Feb 10, 2016 after learning about this class action lawsuit and others who had experienced similar problems.

    My Kenmore Elite dishwasher caught fire one Dec 2013 evening, while it was running a load of dishes (Stock No 17263, Type No 577-0, Model 665.17263400, Serial FR500XXXX). I had to replace the panel cntl (#AP3777627), the base (#AP5324113), fuse kit (#AP3178588), and the control board (#AP3775585). The total cost of replacement parts was $319.26. Fortunately we were home, heard the pop and were able to cut the power. I performed the repair myself and have had no further issues.

    I like others on this thread have made several attempts to contact the Dishwasher Settlement Claims Administrator over the last 4 years. The first year I patiently waited and was content to allow for time for the process; however, we are now approaching 3 years of hearing the same story that there are open appeals that still need to run their course. I am beginning to question what I am being told as the website hasn’t been updated since May of 2017. If there are appeals in queue, can more information be provided about these appeals and when they will be heard?

    I’d be glad to help make calls and track some of this down, if someone has information other than the administrator’s contact information up above. They don’t seem to know these details, or cannot/will not share them with us.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Michael. Thanks for your message, and sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please try to still contact the Settlement Administrator directly. The details are stated above. Thank you and best of luck.

  68. Joyce E Hyatt says:

    Where is this settlement in terms of completion and distribution of settlement funds? I had to have, and pay for, two repairs to the control board in the first year of operation before I got a different machine. I filled all the documents and received a mailing about the lawsuit, but no follow up for some time now.
    Please update me on this issue.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Joyce. Thanks for your message, and sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above. Thank you.

  69. Peter Feisel says:

    I filed a claim on Jan. 22, 2016. Don’t remember getting any response.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Peter. Thanks for your message, and sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above. Thank you.

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