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Hamblen 05-06-2012 04:03 PM

Magic Chef model # MCD990ARB
 
Just wondering if anyone has replaced one of these models? If so where did you get it? It is a unique size and I am having a hard time finding it.

Hamblen 05-06-2012 04:04 PM

I forget to post that it is a microwave.

locknload 10-14-2012 11:37 AM

Bump for ya, I'm needing one too. I may run down to Walmart and see if they have something close.

Hamblen 10-14-2012 12:44 PM

I had to get mine online thru adventure rv. Was not cheap but I needed them.:trink39:

Broadway Joe 10-14-2012 01:47 PM

I bought a magic chef MCD990B online $69.00. This is the home version without the face plate and rear mount bracket. I used the old face plate and removed the mount bracket from the old micro. Hardest part was removing the no-tamper screws on new micro, mini vice grips did the trick. I used the normal screws from old micro, took less than 30 minutes total time to convert and install. The AR designates usage for camper, "B" designates black color.

ProjectPro 10-28-2012 06:21 PM

I have the MCD990 as well, and can't get over the poor design. On what planet should the kitchen timer stop when the door is opened? Or be unable to use the kitchen timer and cook at the same time? If I could find an easy replacement I would sell my MCD990 CHEAP!

Terier 10-28-2012 06:30 PM

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Originally Posted by ProjectPro (Post 269733)
I have the MCD990 as well, and can't get over the poor design. On what planet should the kitchen timer stop when the door is opened? Or be unable to use the kitchen timer and cook at the same time? If I could find an easy replacement I would sell my MCD990 CHEAP!

While I hear you and agree on this point I can't help but think investing in a $5 timer might be a good solution until you really need to replace the oven. Besides you could always use the timer outside while BBQing. ;)

ProjectPro 10-28-2012 07:03 PM

Probably an occupational hazard, being a professional project manager and a recovering engineer. I have a hard time accepting such poor design, especially when doing it correctly wouldn't have cost Magic Chef a nickel extra.

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Originally Posted by Terier (Post 269740)
While I hear you and agree on this point I can't help but think investing in a $5 timer might be a good solution until you really need to replace the oven. Besides you could always use the timer outside while BBQing. ;)


RED Baron 11-20-2012 08:04 PM

We have a Magic Chef Microwave Model#MCO160UB worked fine till last week our problem is this after settings are done you push start everthing is lost No clock light no interior light open door no lights close door lights on inside und clock fan works reset everthing push START you guess it no start nolights nothing.this microwave is in a 2012 georgetown bought new 11-09-2011 out of warranty by a few days.
any help is welcome is a new microwave needed????thanks george
2012 georgetown 280

ProjectPro 01-20-2013 01:28 PM

Went to our local RV show yesterday and found out that Magic Chef has eliminated the kitchen timer PROBLEM by eliminating the kitchen timer FEATURE in their new model. Kind of like the coed who decided to go commando in her short skirt because her friend warned her the last time she wore it that everyone could see her underwear when she sat down.


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