Bosch Is Making And Selling Defective Microwave Ovens, Hides The Truth And Fails To Meet Their Customers’ Needs
A recent class action is accusing Bosch of allegedly selling and making microwave oven products with faulty product control panel displays.
Class Action Brought Up Against Bosch By Dissatisfied Clients Concerning Their Series 800 Microwave Oven Offering
Filed in a federal court with jurisdiction in California, the Bosch 800 Oven Class Action Lawsuit is contending that Bosch Series 800 stainless steel microwave oven has a faulty display control panel.
It is alleged that over time, and continued use will cause the Bosch Series 800 stainless steel microwave oven’s control panel display to lose its efficacy. In addition, it is claimed that the display becomes unreadable, and the text and menu icons become non-legible over time.
Filed by complainants, a group of women consisting of Rebecca Hirsh, Michele O’Dell, Prasanna Ramakrishnan, and Amanda Carlton, the class action raised against Bosch claimed that the defect made the microwave ovens inoperable.
The plaintiffs shared that the control panel display panels of their Bosch Series 800 stainless steel microwave oven contained a defect. As a result, they ended up being so dim that the household owners cannot read or understand the displayed text and menus supposed to be present on the screen.
The group claimed that the control panel display contains key menu items such as cooking modes, timer, and the like – all of which were extremely crucial with kitchen use and meal preparations.
Furthermore, the women argued that Bosch deliberately hid the truth from their customers. They added that Bosch should have known that they are making and selling products with a defect.
Bosch Has Conducted More Potentially Illegal Acts, Complainants Claim
The company is also being accused of not handing out warranty coverage to microwave oven owners whose products end up getting damaged due to the said defect.
Those that have inapplicable product warranty coverage were asked to pay $400 and more for repair charges and replacement for their defective Bosch Series 800 stainless steel microwave ovens.
Have they known of the product defect, complainant Rebecca Hirsh and the party lamented that they would not have bought Bosch’s $2000 Bosch Series 800 stainless steel microwave oven.
The Bosch 800 Oven Class Action Lawsuit is seeking the company to be held accountable and face charges including injury and financial damages, and the like.
Bosch is a German company focused on the field of engineering and technology. Based in Gerlingen in southwest Germany, the company has a strong multinational presence that started out more than a century ago.
Editor’s Note on Bosch 800 Oven Class Action Lawsuit 2021:
This article contains details concerning the class action raised against Bosch by its customers after the latter allegedly made and sold their microwave ovens with a defect. A class action was also filed against Whirlpool over their Dishwashers.
Case Name(s) & No.(s): Rebecca Hirsch, et al. v. BHS Home Appliances Corporation d/b/a Bosch; Case No.: 8:21-cv-01355
Jurisdiction: United States (U.S.) District Court for the Central District of California
Products/Services Involved: Bosch Series 800 stainless steel microwave oven
Allegation(s): Bosch 800 oven offering contained a faulty display screen that also serves as the product’s control panel.
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