Buying a Boschi-made appliance from Bosch is a bad deal, according to a new report.
The manufacturer of popular home appliances such as the Coleman, Belkin, and Weber units, which are widely used in kitchens, is under investigation by the US government.
In addition to the safety issues raised by Bosch, the company’s consumer product lines also feature safety issues, including overheating, improper installation, and a lack of proper quality control.
Here’s what you need to know about Bosch appliances and how they might affect your health.
What are Bosch’s top safety concerns?
As an appliance manufacturer, Bosch sells many different brands of appliances.
For the most part, they’re very similar to each other.
They all use the same basic components and make the same general designs, including the door handles, dishwasher, refrigerator, and oven.
All of these are made from a single alloy that’s generally considered safe.
In the case of the appliances, these include: Dishwashers (often called dishwashers) can overheate, leading to fire or explosion The refrigerator can overheat, causing a fire or burning up