It;s a global economy now, and you can order and buy spare parts from anywhere for anything. please use these links provided to source your part,and ship it back to the mother land, Aoteroa.
- Find the model number on the appliance to be repaired. Look for a gray or silver label on the appliance that lists the model number and serial number. If you cannot find the tag, check the locater featured on PartSelect.com. Click the link marked "Need help finding the model number on your magic chef appliance?" Then click on the type of appliance. The guide will show possible locations for the identification label, along with a sample label for visual reference. The URL is listed in the resources section below.
Use the part number to make ordering simple. Look closely at the part you intend to replace. A part number will be printed or inscribed on any part that is large enough to display at least six digits.
Order parts from appliance retailers. Call local USA appliance shops and ask if they sell parts. If so, get a price quote for your part and ask if it's in stock, or how soon it could arrive.
Order from online parts dealers. Use your appliance model number and part description or part number to check online parts dealers for prices and ship times. PartSelect.com, RepairClinic.com and AppliancePartsPros.com all sell Magic Chef parts online. The Magic Chef website may also be able to provide needed parts. It also lists owners manuals, warranty information and installation instructions for their appliances (see Resources).
Compare prices and order fulfillment times between local retailers and online dealers. Most online dealers will offer lower prices. A local dealer may have to wait for your part to ship from their supplier. The shipping time between local and online dealers may not vary.