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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against General Electric Alleging GE Knowingly Manufactured and Sold Defective Gas Ranges
According to the class action complaint filed June 17, 2015, GE manufactured and sold the defective 40” Free Standing Gas Range oven (Model JGB600EEDES) causing the surface knob to be turned and flammable gas to be released when the oven is subject to minor bumps. It also contains an ignition system defect which does not ignite gas in a timely manner.
If you or a family member currently or has owned the GE 40” Free Stranding Gas Range (Model JGB600EEDES) and have been injured or have had to repair or replace said oven, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About GE Defective Gas Range Ovens
A class action complaint was filed on June 17, 2015 in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey alleging General Electric designed, manufactured, tested, marketed, distributed and knowingly sold defective gas range ovens. The 40” Free Standing Gas Range oven, model JGB600EEDES all contain the same surface knob and ignition system defects. The complaint states when the knobs are subject to minor, everyday bumps or movement, the burner valve opens and releases flammable gas. This release of gas creates an unreasonable and often dangerous risk for the consumer. The complaint continues to state the ovens also contain an ignition system defect which causes a delay igniting the released gas. According to the complaint, GE has not offered to repair or replace the defective gas ovens, leaving the consumer with a defective product which needs to be repaired or replaced at their expense.