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Old 04-12-2011, 09:09 PM
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model ID tag is not legible any longer. Even under magnifier glass.
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There a couple things that you may be able to do.

1. Magic Chef is Maytag so you could remove the element and take it to a Maytag/Magic Chef parts supplier or dealer and see if they can match it up visually.

2. Open up the back and see if you can get a part number off a part. The timer is a good item for this. Then with luck we can find out which units use that timer and then look at them to see what element they use.
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