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The Vermont Castings glass door gasket kit is designed for the window channel of your wood stove. Replacing this fiberglass rope gasket periodically will provide an air-tight environment and create a more efficient burn in your wood stove. Our Vermont Castings glass door panel stove gasket kit comes with a flexible, pre-cut seal that will fit around the channel of your stove's window pane. Made from non-asbestos material that resists water absorption and mildew. Each wood stove glass gasket has a service rating up to 1000°F and bonds to most materials for easy installation.
Remember to add a tube of Wood Stove Cement for proper installation of your new glass door gasket!
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(Not sure if your gasket needs replacing? Conduct the dollar test!)
Remove old gasket. Thoroughly clean the area. Use wood stove gasket cement to attach the new seal.
It is not recommended that you use a sealant as an adhesive. High temperature silicone and sealants are not meant to be used as an adhesive or to fix your stove or insert.
|Material:||Graphite-impregnated fiberglass rope gasket|
|Temperature Rating:||1000°F (538°C)|
Estimated Lead Time:
Please allow 3 business days for shipping unless otherwise specified.
Fast Replacement Glass provides Vermont Castings Glass Door Gaskets to our customers and warrants the product to be free from material defects.
Fast Replacement Glass does not offer warranties on performance or customer use of the gaskets. How a customer handles, installs, and uses processes the gasket product is solely the customer's responsibility. Fast Replacement Glass cannot be held liable for damage, or failure of the product due to wrongful installation.
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