Class Action Lawsuit For Emeril Tristar AirFryers
If you’ve recently bought an Emeril Lagasse Power AirFryer 360, Tristar Power AirFryer Oven, or Tristar Power AirFryer XL, attorneys are investigating whether or not they can file a class action lawsuit.
They are noting different claims that the Emeril Tristar products may pose a fire hazard. They might also need to talk with people who experienced their air fryers catch smoke or fire, so they know more about this problem.
Specific air fryers have been getting a lot of bad press lately, where products catch smoke or fire, and experts are checking whether it is because of a defect in the air fryers.
What Else To Know About the Case?
There are claims where the products often activate themselves and fill the room with smoke until it triggers smoke alarms, which leads people to be on alert to make sure they unplug their Emeril Tristar products when not in use.
There was even a case where a woman woke up to the smell of smoke and found her Emeril 360 XL hot to touch, although it was turned off.
Asides from the devices posing as a fire hazard, people have also cited a few more issues with the products:
- There are plastic parts that melt.
- Presence of oil leakage, grease, and drippings.
- The air fryers radiate excessive heat.
- The fans don’t work properly.
Have you bought an Emeril Lagasse Power AirFryer 360, Tristar Power AirFryer Oven, or the Tristar Power AirFryer XL? Don’t hesitate to contact us and share your experience.
Editor’s note on Emeril Tristar Power AirFryers Class Action Investigation:
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