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Heat is escaping from my westinghouse oven because the rubber tape that fits the door is broken (due to extended use). It was bought 13 years ago. Where can I find this appliance ?

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    burzerko May 11, 2010

    I will need a model number to find this part for you.

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I dont have your s/n or model number but try this link to find your door gasket.


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