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Trying to find model number of an old Magic chef gas oven

I need to order a part to fix the oven door as it is falling off; the oven works great but we need to either replace the hardware on the door or the door itself. I can not locate the model number and have looked on all doors and areas around the oven door and the drawer below.

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  • louhicks Dec 14, 2008

    i found the model number under the draw but my oven door is falling off aswell

  • Wayne Mineard
    Wayne Mineard May 11, 2010

    You may have to pull it out and look in the rear of the range for the model #.

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Depending on age, sometimes on back, or even under the main top if it lifts up, sounds as uf you would need to replace the door hinges

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