Concorde Catalytic Gasket

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Nov 9, 2015
Just moved into a rental house with an old Concorde Catalytic stove. Looking to replace one pane of cracked outer glass (sounds like it's just plain old tempered glass from some other postings) and the gaskets for the glass (there's nothing there for gaskets anymore- glass just slides around loose in the metal frame). I'm having a hard time finding information on where the gaskets go and what kind of gasket to use- there's some indication from other threads that the gasket goes between the two panes of glass but nothing on the kind of gasket. If anybody can point me in the right direction that would be great.
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