It has been alleged that Whirlpool Corporation has designed, manufactured, and sold dishwasher models with a uniform defect known as an inverted diverter shaft seal. This defect may cause the dishwashers to leak, resulting in damage to the flooring, cabinetry, and other property of affected consumers.
Affected models include, but are not limited to, Whirlpool Gold and Whirlpool Models beginning with BLB14DR, IUD750, IUD850, WDF5, WDF7, WDL785, WDT7, WDT9, WDTA5, and WDTA7; JennAir Models beginning with JDB8, JDB9, and JDTSS2; Kenmore Models beginning with 662.13, 665.12, 665.13, 665.14, and 665.15; KitchenAid Models beginning with KDFE1, KDFE2, KDFE3, KDFE4, KDTE1, KDTE2, KDTE3, KDTE4, KDTE5, KDTE7, KDHE4, KDHE7, KDTM3, KUDE2, KUDE4, KUDE5, KUDE6, KUDE7, KUDL, KDPE2, KDPE2, and KDPE3; and Maytag Models beginning with MDB8. It is alleged that more than 900 models, including those listed above, contain the defect.
If you have purchased a Whirlpool manufactured dishwasher with an inverted diverter shaft seal and you want to discuss legal options, please call Kohn Swift & Graf, P.C. at 215-238-1700 or email us at email@example.com. Because of the pandemic we may be working remotely, but we will respond to your call or email promptly.Contact Us About this Investigation