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Drip Pan for Electric Griddle Melted

I received a brand new griddle for Christmas. The first time I used it, the drip pan melted to the griddle. We had to pry it off the pan. It was melted so badly that it can't be used again.

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Take it back for a refund. What make and model was that? I'll remember not to buy one of them.

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