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Thread: Oven Gasket for Vintage wall oven

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    I can take a pic of the gasket along with a measurement but that means ripping a piece off making the unit leak even more if I canít get a replacement. I pulled a section out a little and it appears as if just slides in a grove since I pushed it back in place. So I wonder now if thatís how itís installed by just pressing it in the groove?

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    Nope, you'll get part way then that's it. Give it a try. I could be wrong. It's been a while.
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    Once I find a seal I'll give it a try and post here. Thanks

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    Good luck!
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