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Old 06-10-2008, 12:03 AM   #1
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I moved a ge profile stainless refrigerator today to paint behind.It rolled so easily it bumped the edge of the apposing island counter top. Do you know if you can get skins for these doors? Beware guys the metal in these new appliances are paper thin. I guess I will ask her what she wants to do about it. Any advice would be helpful.Dinged in Utah. MOPAINT
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Old 06-10-2008, 12:13 AM   #2
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I wonder if an auto body dent pro might be able to get the dent out. What would be nice is to be able to take it apart and just replace with a factory duplicate.
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they might know more about this stuff on CT, otherwise should be covered by insurance. Don't know about reskining, I would just call either a non-box store that repairs appliances or better yet an appliance repair outfit. How bad did it damage the the door? I would think if it were new enough you could get an entire new door.
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How bad is it?
There are stainless steel appliance repair kits available
I've (fortunately) not had to use them, but I've seen them out there
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Thanks for the feedback, I found out you can buy a skin so that's what I will price out. I will offer the custome the discount or repair it. It's possible that it bugs me more than it will her. You guys be careful of these things. The stainless on these doors is so thin now days. Thanks again. MOPAINT
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I would just roll the fridge into the back of the van, take it out to the stix, and kill it. No one will ever know who killed the fridge because you've eliminated the only witness.
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