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Ice Maker Settlement

A defective ice maker is the crux of the lawsuit entitled In re: Electrolux Home Products Ice Maker Cases which is pending on the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.  Class members contend that Electrolux sold and deceptively designed, and manufactured “French Door” refrigerators that contained a ice maker that did not work.  The ice maker in the cross hairs of the class members is called a Gen 1 Ice Maker and was installed in Crosley, Electrolux or Frigidaire “French Door” refrigerator-freezer units.  Obviously Electrolux denies any action of wrong doing but has agreed to a settlement in order to avoid uncertain and ongoing expenses.

Impoartant Dates Associated With The Electrolux Ice Maker Class Action Lawsuit

  • Anyone looking to opt out of the settlement proposed by Electrolux will have until Jan. 4, 2016 to do so (must class members would be wise to file a claim in the case rather than opt out)
  • All claim forms are due no later than 2/3/2016
  • The settlement fairness hearing will take place on 2/10/16 (Ice Maker Settlement members are not required to attend)

Any questions about the case can be directed to a Electrolux Ice Maker Class Action Lawsuit claims agent at 1-877-315-9961.  Please mail all written correspondence to include the claim form to: Independent Claims Administrator, P.O. Box 2446, Faribault, MN 55021-9140.  Class members who file a claim in the case will be represented by NAGEL RICE LLP and POULOS LOPICCOLO PC.  Class members who file valid claims will receive a $100 cash benefit PLUS a possible $100 rebate the future purchase of qualifying Electrolux or Frigidaire appliances.

Class members in the case are defined as anyone who at any point in time purchased a Gen 1 FDBM refrigerator-freezer unit from Electrolux that contained a Gen 1 Ice Maker.  The serial number is required when filing a claim to prove a purchase was made.