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ADHESIVE I FOUND A BONDING MATERIAL TO FIX MY GLASS COOKTRAY THAT WILL WITHSTAND HEAT UP TO 500F.  WHAT DOES THE TEMPERATURE GET UP TO IN A HOTPOINT RVM1335?

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As you know, the microwave heats the food which then transfers heat to the dish which transfers heat to the cooktray.... Typically the tray and the oven chamber doesn't get very hot at all unless you have it on for a long time or are cooking something that is putting off a lot of steam etc. I think you would be safe trying your adhesive assuming it doesn't absorb microwaves itself.

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