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Good day, It should be warm, but not hot. It uses what is called a Yoder heater to prevent sweating, but ........... If too hot, go to back bottom of refrigerator, and remove cardboard cover, and see is cooling fan motor for the box condenser is running. If not, replace. Also, that box condenser can get very dirty. It cannot be vacuumed out. You must blow it out. If you have no access to a compressed air tank and hose, a good substitute is a good push/pull shop vac with a crevice tool. Don't delay fixing this. It could destroy the compressor.
Not a bad refrigerator I work on them for a living they have put out decent products in the past. Magic chef was made by maytag in they past probably a wpl made product now. Its probably got a calrod defrost heater and an embraco compressor two good things to have. Stick with it.
Disconnect power from unit. Remove the cover at the bottom, rear. Examine all refrigerant tubing for contact with other tubing or other surface. Carefully adjust the tubing to prevent contact vibration.
Unplug and look for the thermostat control. Try jumping thethermostat wires together. If it runs then replace the thermostat. Also feel the compressor to see if running, they run very silently. Thanks, Sea Breeze
Behind the panel in the freezer there is a drain hole that is underneath the evaporator. It is frozen over. Take the back panel off and get all of the ice out and run hot water down the drain until it is clear. When the unit goes into defrost some of that ice melts and drips down thru the vent into the fridge section.