Caulk around door glass - Buck 27000

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MountainDrunk

New Member
Dec 14, 2021
13
Sylva, NC
Refurbishing a Buck stove 27000-b. Replacing the back glass with glass I purchased from Buck. They sent the glass with a gasket with adhesive on the back that didn’t stick. Attempting to install chipped one corner as I struggled with it. The brass frame that holds the glass to the door didn’t sit flush, leaving a gap between frame and door.

Are there any approved sealant or silicone that would hold up to the heat?
 

bholler

Chimney sweep
Staff member
Jan 14, 2014
27,112
central pa
Refurbishing a Buck stove 27000-b. Replacing the back glass with glass I purchased from Buck. They sent the glass with a gasket with adhesive on the back that didn’t stick. Attempting to install chipped one corner as I struggled with it. The brass frame that holds the glass to the door didn’t sit flush, leaving a gap between frame and door.

Are there any approved sealant or silicone that would hold up to the heat?
Nope