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Hello @Luis Vinuela
If this is for a GPS, as this is the category where your post was found, then try gadget electronics shops that deal in GPS products.

If it's for a glass top plate of your desk, a hardware store may keep something like bathroom suction cups that you can modify to fit.
Depending on how the desk is made, you could also use double-sided adhesive foam-tape, or squares, also called 'grab-tabs'.

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SOURCE: I cannot turn the glass

Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.

turn off power to oven,
put small hand towel around bulb, try to remove. if still frozen break bulb, have vacuum ready to collect glass. get heavy long nose pliers and grab inside glass and wire and turn.

if you dont feel like doing, contact a service company..

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