This is the third time in a week that a manufacturer has acknowledged that a broken window-washing machine could be the culprit for a new case of cracked windows in the United States.
In a statement to Fox News, Suntech said that it is aware of a problem with a washing machine and is working with the manufacturer to fix the problem.
The Suntech washing machine manufacturer said that in an attempt to prevent a repeat of the problem, it has deployed an additional 10,000 replacement windows in its distribution centers nationwide.
Suntech’s spokeswoman, Stephanie Jones, said the additional windows will be installed in an effort to keep up with demand for the brand’s products.
Suntech said it plans to install additional replacement windows at additional locations in the next few days.
The manufacturer said it has taken steps to ensure that windows in affected vehicles will not shatter or fall over during the installation process.
The company is currently testing windows in a few locations.
The problem first surfaced in January.
The new window-wiping machine is designed to wash the window of any type from any angle.
However, the manufacturer said its new machine, manufactured by Suntech and available at several stores in the US, can’t wash windows that are wider than 12 inches in diameter.
SunTech said it will be installing a new machine with wider windows in stores and in distribution centers by the end of March.