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My wifes oven door inner glass broke so now I have it apart and ready to order a new piece of 1/8th inch glass. Does anyone know if it's better to order the glass tempered? The old piece was not tempered, but, is there any special glass or something for ovens?

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I would assume you could order the glass from appliance shop and get the exact type of glass again. Typically it's a special glass like pyrex to prevent it from blowing out from extreme heat. 

 

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The glass on the inside of the doors is called "Heat Barrier Glass"

 

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17 hours ago, dripley said:

google the brand and model # then search for the glass. I have found a good many appliance parts that way. I would agree it has to be some sort of heat resistant glass.

I've done the same thing.  The local Appliance Parts Warehouse wanted all most twice as much for the same part on the internet.    Like the difference between Napa  and RockAuto price. 

Needs to be heat resistant to stand up to 500°F.

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Thanks all will try that.

 

Yes surprisingly she does know quite a lot about using the oven. She can make things so awesome as long as company is coming or its a holiday :thumb1:.

 

Other days, is like.... hum lets see what I can find for myself.:think:. It's cool cause she works most days.

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My wife all the time too and it seems when we discuss dinner it is where she is going to stop and get it on the home. Holidys and guests, it is about the same around my house.

2 minutes ago, JAG1 said:

Thanks all will try that.

 

Yes surprisingly she does know quite a lot about using the oven. She can make things so awesome as long as company is coming or its a holiday :thumb1:.

 

Other days, is like.... hum lets see what I can find for myself.:think:. It's cool cause she works most days.

 

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Her overflow valve would be steamin'  if you did Katoom

I found out you can also use ceramic glass. Like that for a woodstove. The nice thing about it is that it can be easily cut to size even after it has been ceramisized. New word I guess

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