One of the appliances that are dying out in the world, but where their parts are still heavily bought after comes in the form of a Magic Chef washing machine.
Magic Chef long since discontinued production of some of its more complex products:
- Their washing machines
- Their dish washers
- Their tumble dryers
- Their ovens
Since this has happened the amount of spare parts, new or scavenged from 2nd hand or broken down machines has been greatly reduced. This may not seem a problem for washing machine users, but as a piece of equipment they’re the most likely item to break down.
You also have to consider that the majority of people that would purchase it are on lower imports because it’s a relatively unknown as well as cheap brand. Being on lower imports, as well as the world being in uncertain economic times means that most are more more willing to want to try to get their machine repaired and not buy a new one.
Even though they’re a cheaper brand their items can still cost thousands of dollars, and when money is tight people opt for reparation first. But this is no longer possible for most of the Washing Machine models out there simply because of the spare parts shortage.
Most people are only used to searching for what they want online and finding it straight away, but with Magic Chef parts you’ll be starting a battle when you could be looking for weeks if no months for what you need. You’ve got to contact spare arts dealerships – and remember the whole process would mean that you would not have a washing machine to hand.