If the system is under warranty still, call Dell tech support in your region.
Same thing happened to me. After less than 3 month of usage, button looks similar to yours. When I spoke to Dell, they told me that since the power button is still functioning, then there is nothing they can do about it. In any case, I suspect it will just happen again. I think we just have to hope until all the paint comes off and the button simply seems like it was originally all white! That said, I was reading the 90 day warranty and I didn't see it say that aesthetics are covered (I read it quickly). I think I may try with Dell again but not sure if there is any point as it will likely just happen again.
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Could you share some pictures of the power button peeled so I can review this further and assist you?
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I also had a problem where the thin black cover on the G7 power switch cracked. I called service and after they had me send them a picture, indicated it would be covered under warranty. After I sent the computer to their depot, they called and said I caused the switch breakage and would not cover it under warranty and want $119.00 + tax to fix. I had no way of escalating this so I had them send it back to me not repaired. What a way to run a business!