Magic Chef Refrigerator Model CTB1923ARA Parts

Magic Chef Refrigerator Model CTB1923ARA Parts
Brand:Magic Chef
Model:CTB1923ARA
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System
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$131.63

Refrigerator icemaker assembly, modular style. The new icemaker does not include a new cover, ice level arm, or wire harness, these components will need to be reused from original icemaker.

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$103.07
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Refrigerator icemaker control module and motor assembly. Located under the white cover of icemaker and controls ice ejector bar, heater and water inlet valve for the icemaker. If the icemaker is not making ice or making too much ice the model may be defective.

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$14.99

Refrigerator door shelf end cap, white. Can be used for right-hand or left-hand side.

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$14.34

Crisper drawer shelf support. Right side, for screw see related parts

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$54.02

Door shelf trim. It may be necessary to cut this trim to fit your refrigerator model.

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$82.74

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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Magic Chef Refrigerator Model CTB1923ARA Parts

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