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Ge JKP55 WM2WW control panel blemish

Contro panel plastic part on face plate has bubble up.

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SOURCE: Bubbles on control panel overlay

If the overlay isn't a protective foil that easily peals off, the hair dryer would only serve to distort it, I don't believe it will cause it to shrink to fit. If it was applied with a 'self-stick' backing, you may be able to puncture the bubbles and press it back down with a hot rag.

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SOURCE: I have a GE JTP70, The Plastic over control panel bubbled up.

Mine did the same thing...and believe me it even looks worse over time....look online it happened to a lot of people....GE won't do anything about it....it is a defect but they won't own up to it......They just want you to keep replacing the part, which cost a fortune. Mine oven cost over $1000 and I am stuck with a nasty looking piece of garbage in my brand new kitchen......can't afford to buy a new one.........I Will NEVER BUY ANOTHER GE PRODUCT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on Jun 13, 2010

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