Faulty electric appliances have been an issue in the industry for some time.
It started with a 2011 report from the Consumer Reports, which found that an average of nearly a third of American households had electrical appliances that were “generally inadequate” or “inadequate for their intended use.”
The report cited a range of reasons why an electric appliance was defective, including problems with the manufacturer, parts or parts not working properly, or not being installed properly.
As the number of faulty electrical appliances increased, manufacturers responded by selling more defective electric appliances, as consumers could now pay more for an inferior product.
The problem only got worse in 2017 when a report from Consumer Reports revealed that the majority of defective electrical appliances are in the U.S. The Consumer Reports report revealed that almost 80 percent of electrical appliances were faulty and over half of them were “problematic” or defective.
It also said that nearly 60 percent of the electrical appliances sold in 2017 were defective, with the majority costing consumers more than $10,000.
The latest report by Consumer Reports found that over 80 percent, or nearly 50 million, of defective electric appliance sales were in the United States.
That’s a huge increase from just a year earlier, when only about 13 percent of faulty electric appliances were sold in the country. In the U