Class Action

Maytag’s Centennial Washing Machines

Class Action

Maytag’s Centennial Washing Machines

In May 2016, Whirlpool (a manufacturer of home appliances) and several stores named as defendants in a false advertising class-action lawsuit opposed a February 2016 motion to certify a class. To read the oppositions, click here and here.

The complaint, which was originally filed in January 2012 and amended in July 2014, alleges that models of Maytag Centennial washing machines — including model numbers MVWC6ESWW0, MVWC6ESWW1, and MVWC7ESWW0 — are promoted as ENERGY STAR®-qualified and labeled with the ENERGY STAR® logo when, in reality, the washing machines do not meet the ENERGY STAR® efficiency standards and use more water and energy than their labels state. (Dzielak et al v. Whirlpool Corp. et al, Case No. 12-cv-89, D. NJ.)

For more information about other class-action lawsuits filed against Whirlpool Corporation and TINA.org’s coverage of the company, click here.


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Maytag Centennial Washing Machines

Class Action

Maytag Centennial Washing Machines

In February 2016, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Whirlpool Corporation for allegedly misrepresenting the water and energy efficiency of Maytag Centennial washing machines (specifically, model numbers MVWC6ESWW0, MVWC6ESWW1, MVWC7ESWW0).…


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