T M Solar and Air Conditioning, Inc. was an air conditioning installation and maintenance company that purchased solar panels from Lennox International, Inc. The solar panels were marketed as being unique, because they were the only solar panels able to work directly through air conditioning systems. T M purchased the solar panels for air conditioning systems to be installed in several clients’ homes. However, for each of the clients, the air conditioning system did not work properly or the panels could not be installed, causing significant expense to the home owners and T M Solar. T M Solar sued Lennox, claiming, among other things that Lennox breached an implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose, because the solar panels had not worked in air conditioning units. Did T M sufficiently state a claim?