Question about Magic Chef Refrigerators
Same problem w mine and yes if you take the cover off the inside display you will be able to remove the board mine has a hole burnt in it.unplug harness w red blue and brown wires and jump and jump from brown to red unit will turn on you need a new board
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
I have a Magic Chef MCWC50DST model purchased about 6 years ago from Home Depot that just died one night. I replaced the starter relay - no joy. I followed the jumper instructions above (control board - wired the brown to red wire) and determined the problem was the control board. After removing the control board the problem was obvious - burned connection. I used my old solder iron to add a new bead to the connection, re-installed the board and it started right up! Thanks for the advice
Posted on Jul 22, 2016
I had the exact same problem that Butch Howard had. Based on his post I took the control board out and flipped it over - same solder joint was missing. I replaced it - put the fridge back together and it turned on. 12 hours later - nice and cold and running fine. If you have a problem with this fridge you should start here!
Posted on Sep 08, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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