A settlement has been reached with Lennox Industries Inc. in a class action lawsuit alleging Lennox manufactured and sold defective evaporator coils. The lawsuit alleged Lennox its air conditioning units are susceptible to formicary corrosion as a result of the deficient materials used in the manufacture of its coils and that the company failed to inform its customers of the defect, even after it was called to replace failed coils in existing units.
The Settlement class includes all U.S. residents who, between October 29, 2007 and July 9, 2015, purchased at least one new uncoated copper tube Lennox brand, Aire-Flo brand, Armstrong Air brand, AirEase brand, Concord brand, or Ducane brand evaporator coil, covered by an Original Warranty, for their personal, their family, or their household purposes, that was installed in a house, condominium unit, apartment unit, or other residential dwelling located in the United States.
Original Coils may have been purchased separately, as part of an air handler, or they may have been included as part of a Packaged Unit.
The final approval hearing is scheduled for December 2, 2015. For more information about the Settlement, visit: https://www.evaporatorcoillawsuit.com