Attorneys want to hear from people who experienced leaking, smoking, odors, grinding or other issues with their Blendtec blenders.
A number of Blendtec blender owners have reported leaking and other problems, and attorneys are looking into whether a defective bearing or gasket is to blame. If so, they may be able to file a class action lawsuit to help address the issue.
But before a lawsuit can be considered, more people need to come forward to share their experiences. So, if you purchased any Blendtec blender model since 2015 that had a leaking jar, started smoking, produced an odor, or made a grinding noise while in use, fill out the form on this page to tell us more about it. You may be able to help get a class action lawsuit underway.
Blendtec blender users have posted complaints online about leaking, smoking, grinding and other issues with their blenders, even within a year of purchase. According to some reviews, Blendtec has not always honored customers’ warranty claims when their blenders leaked or malfunctioned.
Attorneys are investigating whether some Blendtec blenders are made with defective ball bearings, which could degrade over time and cause the shredding, grinding or burning rubber odor mentioned in many online complaints. A defective or degraded gasket could also cause a blender’s contents to leak, as some users have reported.