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Old 08.11.2018, 16:38
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On an OVEN door?

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My hot air gun goes up to 600'C. That's more than twice as hot as the oven's rated max temperature.

Maybe I'll have a go on the old glass -just to prove a point!
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Old 08.11.2018, 16:38
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Re: Broken oven

Please do. Maybe I'll recover my lost 10 IQ points back there.
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Old 08.11.2018, 16:51
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There must be adhesives that work up to around 300'C
Certainly, I have some.

BUT, they won't soften with a heat gun.

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Old 08.11.2018, 17:17
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Has anyone changed a V-Zug oven door inner glass?

Unlike any other brand of oven I've owned where a couple of brackets are unscrewed and the glass removed, the V-Zug one looks like the glass is glued on and being V-Zug, I'll probably have to replace the whole door.
Well why dont you ask V Zug? That would be logical
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Old 08.11.2018, 17:21
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Well why dont you ask V Zug? That would be logical
It would be logical if V-Zug, like almost any other appliance manufacturer, provided exploded-drawings of parts and so on so it was easy to order spares and/or see what parts needed replacing.


Anyway, I did ask them in the end.
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Old 08.11.2018, 17:23
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It would be logical if V-Zug, like almost any other appliance manufacturer, provided exploded-drawings of parts and so on so it was easy to order spares and/or see what parts needed replacing.


Anyway, I did ask them in the end.
Such a work is not for the layman
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Old 08.11.2018, 17:28
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Such a work is not for the layman
... in Switzerland.
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Has anyone changed a V-Zug oven door inner glass?

Unlike any other brand of oven I've owned where a couple of brackets are unscrewed and the glass removed, the V-Zug one looks like the glass is glued on and being V-Zug, I'll probably have to replace the whole door.
Well contact your landlord? Then its done free
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Old 08.11.2018, 17:30
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Well contact your landlord?
I don't have one.
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Old 08.11.2018, 17:31
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I don't have one.
Then you must own the place and are very rich-rich enough to buy a new oven
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