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take a profile of the glass shape (cut out the shape from cardboard) and go to a glass supply shop ( glass windows , doors , shower screens etc)
they should be able to cut and then temper the glass to make it heat proof for the door
if they cannot temper it they should be able to tell you where you can get it done
Hi, it sounds like you put the door on yourself? The inner glass of my oven door (less than 1 year old) shattered when I put it in cleaning mode. We had to call a serviceman which fortunately was a part of the warranty we purchased and he said it could have been a microscopic fault in the glass, but he replaced it and it's been good to go. I've never heard of installing the door yourself for an oven, but even so, I just thought I would share our experience. It's a dangerous situation since it could shatter outwardly and hurt you or someone else so you might want to ask for a service person to come and look at it. Hope this helps!
Hello- I would be careful using the oven mostly because the inner glass will be VERY hot to the touch, meaning you will get burned if you touch it. If you have children I would refrain from using the oven, too risky. If it is just you, or just adults then you should be ok to use it until you can repair it. Keep in mind that you will probably lose a lot of heat out the door and it make take longer to bake. Again, be wary of the inner door glass if you use the oven. Do a test run with a low heat and see how it performs. Hope this helps, best regards.
Unfortunatey, it happens quite frequently, there is no one reason for it to do so.
The only solution is to replace it.
Over a number of years use, the glass looses it's properties, and this is what can happen.
It is not a fault with the door, and this sort of event occurs quite often, so is not uncommon.
All sorts of things can cause this, sudden change in temp, getting the glass wet whilst it is still hot, a knock or bang form an earlier time could have weakened the glass.
The list is quite long..
Depending on your household insurance, some policys cover for breakage of glass fittings, would be worth checking.
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