Did you purchase a Breville countertop oven from 2018 to the present and experience a problem with a defective convection fan, or experience the glass exploding?
Scott Hirsch Law Group PLLC, Migliaccio & Rathod LLP, and Gustafson Gluek PLLC, on behalf of a Breville customer filed a class action lawsuit against the luxury kitchen appliance manufacturer, alleging that its smart oven pro models and Smart Oven Airfryer, along with other products, are affected by a serious defect that causes the ovens’ glass to explode as well as other defects that cause their fans and electrical systems to stop working.
The Breville class action lawsuit alleges that the countertop ovens not only were designed with convection fans that may fail after just weeks of use, but the ovens contain a defect which, during use, may cause the glass to spontaneously explode and send hot glass shards flying 15 feet or more. The lawsuit further alleges that this material defect prevents the ovens from being used as portrayed by Breville’s advertising materials, and Breville failed to disclose or otherwise engaged in deceptive marketing with respect to this defect.
The full complaint in this Breville Oven Defect Class Action Lawsuit, Shuey v. Breville USA, Inc., Case No. 3:22-cv-00857-RDM in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, can be found here
Did you purchase a Breville oven in the past 4 years that has exploded or had a fan or electrical malfunction?
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