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Installing oven wrap and back insulation

I have a fairly new GE electric range/oven. everything works great. i just got it with a recent home purchase. a fixer upper, as is. i found the old insulation eaten by rodents, is there any adhesive that needs to be applied with the install of new insulation? i already have the insulation which came with zero instructions. any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Normally all you need to do, is just simply wrap the new insulation round the outer oven compartment, and it holds itself in place, would not recommend useing adhesive, if you can't get it hold in place, then twist some thin wire round to hold it in position.
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