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    Quote Originally Posted by Meehole View Post
    If there was a problem why didn't you call them?
    I have contacted the retailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelNZ View Post
    I have contacted the retailer.
    Contact Parmco direct. I found them really good.
    p: 09 573 5678 I e: [email protected]


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    I have a 5 year old parmco double wall oven. The small top door glass panel exploded when I opened it to remove something. Not a fun experience.
    That model was replaced 2 years ago and parmco no longer stock any parts which is unfortunate.
    It seems so wasteful throwing a perfectly good oven away. Does anyone know of a solution? I have tried appliance repairers and glaziers but no luck. Spare door anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSotamauri View Post
    I have a 5 year old parmco double wall oven. The small top door glass panel exploded when I opened it to remove something. Not a fun experience.
    That model was replaced 2 years ago and parmco no longer stock any parts which is unfortunate.
    It seems so wasteful throwing a perfectly good oven away. Does anyone know of a solution? I have tried appliance repairers and glaziers but no luck. Spare door anyone?
    Might find the same model on Trademe to cannibalise, maybe even a cheapie. Or a Facebook request?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSotamauri View Post
    I have a 5 year old parmco double wall oven. The small top door glass panel exploded when I opened it to remove something. Not a fun experience.
    That model was replaced 2 years ago and parmco no longer stock any parts which is unfortunate.
    It seems so wasteful throwing a perfectly good oven away. Does anyone know of a solution? I have tried appliance repairers and glaziers but no luck. Spare door anyone?
    I had a similar issue with a glass cooktop recently, just out of warranty and Parmco says parts no longer available. Good reason to avoid el-cheapo brands I guess.

  6. #16
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    Try your local whiteware repairer/local electrician they may have some lying around as parts


 

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