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Old 05-25-2007, 09:22 AM   #1
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We just purchased a new Alpine with the GE Advantium Microwave oven. The door and display panel of it has a foggy film on parts of it that will not come off (have tried soap and water - did not help). Anyone else have this situation and, if so, what took it off?
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We just purchased a new Alpine with the GE Advantium Microwave oven. The door and display panel of it has a foggy film on parts of it that will not come off (have tried soap and water - did not help). Anyone else have this situation and, if so, what took it off?
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The film maybe adhesive left from a protective covering applied by the manufacturer.

Try some rubbing alcohol, if that does not work, you could try mineral spirits on the door first because that is glass. I would not recommend any stronger solvent on the control panel, let the dealer handle it!

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