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Glass top of oven

I have the old fashion oven (round shape with glass top) which I use to bake cakes. I love it as the cakes come out with real good crispy crust. Recently it fell down and the glass top broke. I couldn't get the spare part anywhere. Could you please let me know where I can get the glass top?
Mrs. S. David

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This is something out of an Emerson MW8107WA microwave?

I knew they used glass turntable trays...

If this is not right, could you repost the correct brand and model number?

Thanks very much.

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