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Burnt stain on door

How do you remove a stain that appears to be inside the protective film of the door. Don't know if it is etched in or what, but it looks to be burnt in.

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  • belsky Jan 07, 2008

    stain in glass seems to be between inner and outer window

  • Anonymous May 03, 2009

    I have the exact same problem. I actually replaced the plastic film on the inside of the door. The stain was gone...but guess what ....It came back. What does it mean? Am I getting radiated?



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In most cases you must replace the glass in the door. Sorry i couldnt be of more assistance. Good Luck

Posted on Jul 03, 2006

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    Larry Dillon Jul 03, 2006

    OOPS Im sorry man . That is just a door film that peels off and its available thru It cost 20.55 Plus shipping and the part# is 779255. Go to the website. enter your make and model and what your looking for and it will show you what you need as theres pictures!!! Just in case Im looking at the wrong thing. Good Luck



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