BOSTON (CBS) — A preliminary settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit connected to exploding washing machines. Samsung recalled the high-efficiency top-load washing machines in 2016 after nine injuries were reported.

Three major retailers, Home Depot, Best Buy, and Lowes were also named in the lawsuit.

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The federal class-action lawsuit claimed Samsung has known about the issue for years. According to Consumer Reports, Samsung denies all of the allegations in the preliminary settlement.

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In one reported incident, a man says his washing machine “exploded” after his wife put in a small load of laundry.

Find out if your washing machine is included by entering the model and serial number here. They were sold from March 2011 to November 2016.

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For more information, or to see if you can file a claim even if you no longer have the machine, visit the settlement website.