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Bosch built under oven

The inner glass of the oven door has become detached from it's frame. It appears to have been held in with some type of mastic. Advice please on what type of adhesive to stick it back.

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Re: bosch built under oven

Contact Bosch who will give you the correct mastic sealant.
08705 678910
It has to be a heat resistant one!
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Re: bosch built under oven

You can try high-temp gasket maker from an auto supply store.

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