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My kitchen had an existing suspended ceiling with unattractive 4' by 2' commercial tiles that I wanted to replace with 2' tiles. I put in 2' cross tees and bought Armstrong easy elegance coffer tiles. They look beautiful but several of the perimeter tiles will not fit into the grid because the perimeter metal edge is in the way and preventing the tile from falling into place. Any advice? These tiles are not able to be cut due to the design.

 
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