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How do you stick rubber to the steel, the rubber came away from the glass door. of the oven. the glass has slipped. , can there be anysort of glue or what. can you help. thanks.

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In mos cases theglass is usually just fited tight with new ruber. But if you want to use adhessive use Hi temparature silicon sealant

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