Consumers who have bought or own a Dacor oven or range, including Discovery, Renaissance, Distinctive, and Classic single- and double-sided wall ovens.
Consumers may be entitled to financial compensation for repair and replacement costs, among other damages.
Dacor, Inc., Service Net LLC.
Some consumers have alleged that they had valid warranty claims denied. There have also been reports that consumers have received insufficient repairs.
ClassAction.org is investigating potential lawsuits on behalf of consumers who own Dacor ovens and ranges in light of claims that the electrical components of these appliances are defective or easily broken. If you have had problems with a Dacor appliance, we are interested in hearing from you. You may be able to participate in a potential class action lawsuit against the manufacturer to recover financial compensation.
What's the Problem?
Dacor ovens and ranges come in a variety of sizes and include single and double wall ovens, as well as single and double fuel ovens. The control panels in these products can be especially complex and sophisticated; however, consumers have reported that electrical problems have rendered their Dacor ovens ineffective. These alleged problems include broken control panels, circuit boards, and thermostats. Some users have also reported that the self-cleaning function may be affected.
Valid Warranties Being Denied?
Dacor ovens and ranges are covered by extended warranty provided by Service Net LLC. Some consumers have reportedly faced problems receiving replacement Dacor oven parts or have had claims denied despite the fact that they had a valid warranty. Additionally, some repairs have not been able to fix or address the underlying problem with the ovens, according to consumers.