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Old 01-10-2011, 05:44 PM   #1
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How to repair the control panel?

I have a 1972 Overlander and the control panel is trash. I'm talking about the one in the front that has the thermometer & switches. I have an empty hole for something else too. The plastic is shattered and none of the switches work. What have other people done with this item. I can't have the only bad one I hope.

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Zep created a replacement for the Control Panel. Check out this thread:


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