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Kenmore micro broken glass door


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#1 jric

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 11:04 AM

My Kenmore microwave with convection,(model # 721.89972590) has a broken glass door.   The outer glass on the door broke into a thousand pieces when bumped (?safety glass).  The inner glass and seal are intact as is a black metal sheild with thousands of small round holes which is located between the two glass layers.  Can I replace this outer glass with standard/safety glass or is it some other special type of glass that blocks microwaves.  My wife does not want to turn nuclear green.  Replacement part costs $160 and I am cheap (but not easy).  The microwave oven is 10 years old but works like new and costly to replace with the convection option.

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 11:07 AM

Use only the OEM glass from the manufacturer if you do not want to fry your delicate body parts.
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