Magic Chef Dryer Stopped Working
Barbara H. • Meredith, NH • March 12, 2014
My Repair & Advice
After troubleshooting the problem, with the help of Appliance Parts Pro, it was evident the motor was burned out. Not being able to afford a new dryer, a DIY repair was the only option.
While I considered purchasing a used machine, I realized that would only be buying a whole new set of potential problems.
After watching an instructional video or two, I found the replacement part here on appliancepartspro.com, and it arrived within a couple days.
With minimal tools, and virtually no experience with DIY appliance repair, I had the new motor installed within 40 minutes. I literally saved hundreds of dollars by repairing the machine on my own.
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