Two recalls of Gree dehumidifiers have taken place in the past year due to the products overheating and potentially causing damage in homes. The recalls were originally announced in September of 2013 and attorneys are now investigating possible lawsuits against manufacturers on behalf of consumers who claim their homes were damaged due to overheated dehumidifiers.
Customers were reportedly experiencing troubles as early as 2012, according to a lawsuit filed by Soleus International, one of the companies that sold "SoleusAir powered by Gree," against Gree, claiming the company had tried to cover up allegations that its dehumidifiers were defective.
Since then, more than 2.4 million units were recalled in the U.S., including dehumidifiers with brand names including Danby, Fedders, Fellini, Frigidaire, Kenmore, SuperClima and more.
A big concern is the fact that Gree had been warned about the possible risk of the dehumidifiers overheating and catching fire, yet had failed to warn consumers about the risk.
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