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St George UEO-7 Inbuilt oven Has broken outer glass in door

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  • jimgail383 Mar 23, 2011

    I am located in Upper Hutt just north of Wellington New Zealand. I will look at both options of repairing it myself and also having it repaired if the cost is not prohibitive Jim.

  • jimgail383 Mar 23, 2011

    Thank you Rick,

    It appears that the glass is held agaist the stainless front by an adhesive as is the metal bracket that secures the front panel along the door bottom. This is where the problem started, the adhesive on the bracket let go. I tried to reglue with epiglass super strength 24 hr. it was fine untill the oven was heated then it also let go, then I broke the glass. What adhesive for stainless to glass which will cope with the high temperatures of the oven ??.

    Regars Jim

  • jimgail383 Mar 26, 2011

    Hi Rick
    Difficulty in sourcing the glass and the indicated possible cost makes the project not worth continuing with. So have ordered a new oven. Thank you for your help.
    Jim

  • jimgail383 Mar 26, 2011

    Costs of proceeding prevented a final conclusion of fixing the door. Thanks for the help Jim

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Ok how old is the unit there is a 2 year parts and labor warranty on that oven. I think that you must be in maybe austrailia if I am guessing correctly. Do you wish to repair the glass yourself? or do you wish to be put in contact with a repair company that will come to your location and fix the door for you? if you are looking for a company to repair here is your manual click here http://kleenmaid-appliances.com/use&care/FSR/SG_FSR/ueo7_ueo7r_ueo7s.pdf you would need to contact one of the distributors on page 80 of this link if you want to replace the glass yourself then you would still have to go through one of these distributors to obtain the glass but would save yourself the labor rate. I await your reply on my inquiries and look forward to discussing this matter as well as solving this issue with you. If you have any further questions message me back and please remember when our chat has fully concluded to rank how this opinion has helped it allows me to help others in similar situations in the future Thanks
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    Rick Ead Mar 23, 2011

    hey jim,

    the cost for the glass would probably run you about 150 in dollars it is a easy repair just have to take your time and look at the screws that have to be removed in order to get at the glass and the frame to the glass accessible message me back if you have any further questions probably run about 225-250 if they come out to repair it for you this is in dollars although you could get a cheaper price as well cheaper is always better I await your reply Thanks Rick

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    Rick Ead Mar 24, 2011

    this is a bit odd dont usually see to many models that you have to glue the glass in usually when they send you the glass all the adhesive is already installed there are a couple types you can try Offering tensile shear strength of 2,100 psi, high temperature, heat-curing nitrile-phenolic adhesive

    called Aremco-Bond this is for copper to cermaic mainly so lets try this click this site http://www.intertronics.co.uk/products/d... this is used to bond glass to stainless and has a high heat resistance either dymax 620 or 625 these are both rated above 600 degrees i wouldnt use the master bond because that is only rated to 450 degrees and if you go to broil at 500 this could cause a issue really a good epoxy that is rated to tempreture should be fine if you want to get the exact type that they use click here http://ovendoorglue.co.uk/ if you need any further information message me back i would either go with the oven glue or one of the dymax types call them first at dymax if you choose to use there type although the oven door glue might be a bit easier I await your reply on any further questions That you may have Thanks Rick

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    Rick Ead Mar 24, 2011

    I await your reply message me back with how you made out Thanks Rick

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