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326B1230P001 GE double oven

I am considering buying a double oven that has some damage to the plastic trim that surrounds the digital keypad and goes around the top area of the oven... can you tell me where to buy these parts online?

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Re: 326B1230P001 GE double oven

You can go to or You will need the complete model # from the sticker on the oven. The # listed above is not correct. It looks like a serial #.

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