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  • Possible Oven Door

    This door is from an old oil heater that was left in our home when we purchased it. I'm thinking of taking it off with the trim and mounting it on the fitted oven door. The issue I'm having is loosening the screws. They are very tight.

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    Re: Possible Oven Door

    Great idea - recycle/re-use.

    Try some penetrating oil. Sometime a bit of heat (propane torch) will loosen them.


    • #3
      Re: Possible Oven Door

      You will have to have very long thin pizzas if you fit that door..
      The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

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