Soleus Dehumidifier, Sold By Gree USA, May Be Prone To Fires, Breakages
Gree USA And Soleus Dehumidifiers
Consumers who bought a Soleus dehumidifier manufactured as part of a partnership between Soleus and Gree International may be entitled to compensation. The company itself has reportedly admitted that the product is faulty, manufactured from substandard materials, and may pose a fire risk. Products manufactured between 2010 and 2012 are reported to be affected.
If you own or previously purchased a Soleus dehumidifier, you may have legal recourse to collect the cost of your dehumidifier, among other damages. To find out whether you could take part in a potential class action lawsuit, fill out our free case evaluation form.
Dehumidifier Problems Led To Product Recall
Gree USA was formed in April 2012 as a partnership between Soleus and Gree, manufacturing dehumidifiers branded as “SoleusAir Powered By Free.” Customer reports from July 2012 onwards suggested that the product had a critical flaw, and was prone to catching on fire due to the use of flammable plastic. Soleus reported the flaw to Gree which, according to a lawsuit the company has now filed against its Chinese counterpart, denied there was any danger. Soleus’ own investigations later confirmed a design error had resulted from the use of substandard materials in the manufacturing process. The two companies are now embroiled in a legal battle following allegations that Gree set out to damage Soleus’ reputation and finances after the company pulled the dehumidifiers from the market over safety concerns.
Consumers who have purchased or currently own a Soleus dehumidifier may be entitled to compensation. Fill out our free, no obligation case review form today to learn more about how you could take part in a potential class action lawsuit.