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Magic Chef RB17h-1A


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#1 Lurker_Mark7_*

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Posted 02 October 2005 - 05:33 AM

I am wondering how to access the coil to check the defrost t-stat on a magic chef model RB17H-1A.The freezer bottom is all frosted and iced up in the bottom in the freezer and the top of the fresh food cabinet is all wet.I think the coil is on the bottom of the freezer,but I am not sure.There are a couple of knobs to open and close dampers ,for a lack of a better word,for how much air gets into the bottom cabinet. I can hear the defrost timer operating in the back of the unit.It almost looks like the doors have to come off but I cant be sure,and I dont want to take them off if I dont have to.Thank you for any advice.

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Posted 02 October 2005 - 10:15 AM

Looks like your defrost timer in located on the rear of the frig, ref. # 23, will have to pull ithe frig out.  Need the rest of the model, manufacturers number to tell what parts will go into your box.
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Posted 02 October 2005 - 10:17 AM

Here are the possible numbers, this is a Maytag frig.
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