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Magic Chef Refrigerator Model CRB22EY-3AI/5D66A Parts

Magic Chef Refrigerator Model CRB22EY-3AI/5D66A Parts
Brand:Magic Chef
Model:CRB22EY-3AI/5D66A
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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Light bulb 40 watt 120 volt medium standard base. Used in many refrigerators and ranges.

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$8.51

Snap retaining ring. Used to keep rollers and idler wheels in place

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$51.43

Refrigerator condenser fan motor kit, 2 watts clockwise rotation, hardware and instructions included. The condenser fan motor draws air though the condenser coils and over the compressor. If the condenser fan motor is defective, the refrigerator will not cool.

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Refrigerant system filter/drier with service port

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Evaporator fan motor for freezer. 115 Volt 3/16" shaft. The evaporator fan motor draws air over the evaporator coils and circulates the cold air through the refrigerator and freezer compartments.

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Plastic water line connector, 1/4" to 1/4" quick connect

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Defrost thermostat, L47-28 with wires and bracket

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Magic Chef Refrigerator Model CRB22EY-3AI/5D66A Parts

Magic Chef Refrigerator Model CRB22EY-3AI/5D66A Parts are easily labeled on this page to help you find the correct component for your repair. Filter results by category, title and symptom. You can also view diagrams and manuals, review common problems that may help answer your questions, watch related videos, read insightful articles or use our repair help guide to get started. For additional assistance, please contact our customer service number at 1-800-269-2609, 24-hours a day, seven-days a week or send us a message in the live chat box at the top left or bottom right corners of the page.

Common Problems
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