Model #CTB1722ARA MAGIC CHEF Top-Mount Refrigerator

  • Compressor (ctb1722ara) (ctb1722arw) (ctm1722ara) (ctm1722arw)
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  • Compressor (bisque) (ctb1722arq)
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  • Fresh Food Compartment (ctb1722ara) (ctb1722arw) (ctm1722ara) (ctm1722arw)
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  • Fresh Food Compartment (bisque) (ctb1722arq)
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  • Freezer Compartment (ctb1722ara) (ctb1722arw) (ctm1722ara) (ctm1722arw)
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  • Freezer Compartment (bisque) (ctb1722arq)
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  • Fresh Food Outer Door (ctb1722ara) (ctb1722arw) (ctm1722ara) (ctm1722arw)
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  • Fresh Food Outer Door (bisque) (ctb1722arq)
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  • Fresh Food Inner Door (ctb1722ara) (ctb1722arw) (ctm1722ara) (ctm1722arw)
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  • Fresh Food Inner Door (bisque) (ctb1722arq)
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  • Freezer Outer Door (ctb1722ara) (ctb1722arw) (ctm1722ara) (ctm1722arw)
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  • Freezer Outer Door (bisque) (ctb1722arq)
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  • Freezer Inner Door (ctb1722ara) (ctb1722arw) (ctm1722ara) (ctm1722arw)
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  • Freezer Inner Door (bisque) (ctb1722arq)
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  • Optional Ice Maker Kit- Uki1000axx (ctb1722ara) (ctb1722arw) (ctm1722ara) (ctm1722arw)
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  • Optional Ice Maker Kit-uki1000axx (bsq) (ctb1722arq)
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  • Wiring Information
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Question and Answers

Q:

Water Leaks inside refrigerator CTB1722ARA Magic Chef Refrigerator

A:
Samantha A -
Sears Technician
June 02, 2014
Q:

How do I get to the part that needs fixing?

A:

Managemylife.com is always a great resource to find the answers to just about anything. Your expert will research your question and respond within two business days but usually sooner.

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Alina -
March 22, 2013
A:

Thank you for your question. I understand your concern about the fridge section not cooling. I suspect you are trying to lower the control housing. I'm attaching the information below to lower the housing. Be sure to disconnect the power first. Now, since this unit is in the garage, if the ambient temperature is cold, this will be normal. The only fix for this would be to try and get some heat in the area or move the unit to a warmer location. This type of problem will occur with most refrigerators when the temperature drops below 50 degrees. I hope  this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
March 25, 2013
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