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Thread: Cutting glass front

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    Default Cutting glass front

    What do you do about maybe cutting the glass front on one stove to fit another? Take it to a glass business?
    I'm guessing it can't be cut with a regular glass cutter.

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    It is tempered. It can not be cut by anyone. It will break into the million tiny pieces. You need to order the proper glass for the oven.
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    Usually (not always) thicker than house window glass, we use a local glass/mirror place to cut new pieces for us.

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    Ball park cost for a 30" stove,color black?

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    Btw, can I find the exact measurements I need (two stoves), or should I just do some measuring?

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    Ignore. I will wait until I have the same stove I can part out.

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    Btw, can I find the exact measurements I need (two stoves), or should I just do some measuring?
    You will be measuring.

    jeff.
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    Thanks Jeff. I was hoping the parts diagram might give the measurement. No biggie.

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    I noticed some inner glass had the 1" grid in the pictures so you can count the grid squares....but most outer glass didn't.

    http://www.repairclinic.com/Whirlpoo...ven-Door-Parts

    jeff.
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    Thanks for pointing that out. I have an inner and an exterior broken on two different stoves.

    As many as I come across of the same make and sometimes same model, I should be able to find what I need in the near future, except for the Maytag.

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