Samsung Ice Maker Lawsuits

March 29, 2017 Last Updated on August 7, 2018

Important Information

Attorneys working with no longer need to hear from people who had problems with their Samsung icemakers. They’ve gathered enough information to file a lawsuit over the issue. Because class actions can take years to resolve, this case is still making its way through the court system. If the case settles or is dismissed, we will update this page with that information. You do not need to do anything to join the case and will only need to take action when and if it settles. To view our current list of investigations, click here.

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Case Update

August 8, 2018 Update:

We know that many of you are curious about the state of the ongoing litigation, so we did our best to cover some common questions in our latest blog post, here.

At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who experienced problems with the built-in-door ice maker on their Samsung fridge. The fridges in question are believed to have French doors and pull-out freezer drawers.
What's Going On?
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that the built-in-door ice makers on these fridges are defective and can cause a number of problems, including water leaks, parts "freezing up" and loud fan noises that consumers have described as "growling" or "jamming."
How Can a Class Action Help?
A class action lawsuit could help hold Samsung accountable for the money consumers spent on the fridges, as well as any relevant repairs.