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I have a bosch oven, HBN22.B AU.The inside glass of the door has come loose from the door frame, it looks like 2 sided tape has given way. Where can I get this adhesive from or can I use a eurathane adhesive & where can I get it from ?

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You can use a silicone adhesive as long as it's heat resistant.
I'm in the uk, but I have added a link for an au product as an example, all the best.
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