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Class Action Lawsuits Filed Or Under Investigation Against Manufacturers of Allegedly Defective HVAC Units – Carrier, Goodman, Lennox, Rheem, Trane and York
Class action lawsuits have been filed against certain manufacturers of HVAC Units alleging defects causing refrigerant leaks, and failure of thermal expansions valves and compressors.
If you purchased or have installed in your home or business an HVAC unit that has a refrigerant leak or has failed because of a defective thermal expansion valve or compressor and have incurred losses or experienced mold problems, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About Defective HVAC Units
Johnson Controls and York International, Goodman, Rheem, and Carrier and United Technologies, have each been named in class action lawsuits in federal court that accuse the companies of selling HVAC units that contain defective evaporator and/or condenser coils which caused refrigerant fluid to leak, defective thermal expansion valves or defective compressors.
The lawsuits contend that the purchasers or owners with these defective units have incurred damage resulting from the costs relating to replacement of the units, including diagnostics and labor, and increased utility costs. In addition, refrigerant leaks could lead to accumulation of mold, which would cause owners to incur substantial property damage and even personal injury, as well as additional costs relating to mold remediation.
Even if the HVAC manufacturers offer to cover the actual cost of the defective part under their parts warranty, these warranties are unconscionable as they purport to exclude the costs to diagnose the problem, cost of labor to replace the part, shipping costs, cost of replacement refrigerant, increased utility costs, as well as costs which may be incurred from mold caused by the leaking, faulty or inoperable units. These additional costs can run thousands of dollars.