New Magic Chef Refrigerators - they're scratch & dent || MCBR1020W (white) HMBR350SE (black)





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Published on Dec 1, 2012

http://usappliance.net Magic Chef refrigerator sale - they're new just scratch & dent

Three white Magic Chef top mount refrigerators ( model # MCBR1020W ) automatic defrost top mount, freezer on top 10 cubic feet fridge weighs 123lbs full range temperature control freezer compartment reversible door extra door storage with can dispenser vegetable crisper

One Magic Chef black with stainless steel door dorm fridge ( model # HMBR350SE ) manual defrost 3.5 cubic feet weighs 48lbs stainless steel look door freezer box black cabinet

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History of Magic Chef
Magic Chef, Inc. (formerly the American Stove Company) is an appliance brand owned by CNA International Inc.

In the 1850s John Ringen, an immigrant to the United States, began a tinshop in St. Louis, Missouri. His business prospered and in 1870, he took on a partner, George August Kahle, who had immigrated to America in 1867.

The business sold housewares, washing machines, and cooking stoves they called "quick meals". In 1881, George Kahle persuaded his brothers-in-law, Charles and Louis Stockstrom to set up a shop to make stoves. These four principals then organized two corporations, the Ringen Stove Company and the Quick Meal Stove Company.

Quick Meal manufactured the stoves with Ringen Stove handling the entire output of Quick Meal's production. The phenomenal growth of these two companies during the 1880s and 1890s led to the merger of eight other stove companies in St. Louis, Chicago and Cleveland in 1901 to form the American Stove Company.

American Stove introduced the first oven temperature control device in 1914, and in 1929 brought out the first brand name Magic Chef. The Magic Chef name became so popular in the minds of cooks worldwide that American Stove Company changed its name to Magic Chef, Inc. in 1951. The company was well known for its gas stoves, but attempts to spread the brand to other household appliances were unsuccessful.

In 1957, it was merged with the Food Giant Markets of California. In 1958, it was sold to Dixie Products, a small stove company in Cleveland, Tennessee.

Magic Chef also made home furnaces and that operation was sold to Lennox International. By 1986, the company had become the 249th largest industrial company in the nation and it was sold to the Maytag Corporation.

Whirlpool Corporation acquired Maytag Corporation in 2006, however Magic Chef has been spun out to CNA International Inc./MC Appliance Corporation which imports and markets small appliances under several brand names.

(courtesy of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_Chef )


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