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Magic Chef

Model # HMBR350SE1

Internet # 203425045

Store SKU # 637338

3.5 cu. ft. Mini Refrigerator in Stainless Look, ENERGYSTAR

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  • Save space with the convenient built-in can dispenser
  • Three easy to clean glass shelves
  • Full width freezer compartment
Color/Finish: Stainless Look
  • Black
  • Stainless Look
  • White

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Product Overview

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Capacity

This compact refrigerator has 0.29 cu. ft. freezer space, 3.21 cu. ft. fresh food space, and 3.5 cu. ft. total capacity.

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Color/Finish and Style

Stainless look, compact refrigerator.

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General Features

Flat-back Design, Refrigerator Light

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Fresh Food Features

Can Dispenser, 3 Glass Shelves

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Freezer Features

Full width freezer compartment allows for freezing of smaller frozen food items.

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Energy Use

Save money with this ENERGY STAR certified refrigerator.

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Whether you're college-bound or simply want a little extra refrigerator space in your home, this Magic Chef 3.5 cu. ft. Compact Refrigerator has the storage options you're looking for. The sleek appearance is matched by its well-designed interior a can dispenser conveniently keeps soda in the door while additional door shelves provide space for other frequently used items. Glass refrigerator shelves are easy to clean.

  • Energy Star qualified - meets or exceeds federal guidelines for energy efficiency, which means year-round energy savings
  • Upfront Interior analog controls for making quick adjustments to internal temperature
  • 3 fresh-food shelves provide storage for both larger items and smaller items to efficiently utilize interior capacity
  • Door shelves help you keep frequently used items up front for easy access
  • Can dispenser keeps soda cans neat and convenient
  • 3.5 cu. ft. capacity mini refrigerator is manual defrost
  • Full width freezer compartment allows for freezing of smaller frozen food items
  • Interior light for easy viewing of stored items
  • Flush back design for easy placement
  • Warranty is 1 Year Parts and Labor, 5 Years on compressor (parts only) Carry-In service
  • This item does not qualify for the Major Appliance Delivery and Haul Away or Installation Services

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Specifications

Dimensions

Depth (Excluding Handles) 
19.3 in 
Depth (Including Handles) 
19.3 in 
Depth (Less Door) 
18 in 
Depth With Door Open 90 Degrees (In) 
37 
Height to Top of Door Hinge 
32.5 in 
Height to Top of Refrigerator (in.) 
32.5 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
19.3 
Product Height (in.) 
32.5 
Product Width (in.) 
18.5 
Refrigerator Width (In.) 
18.5 

Details

Appliance Type 
Compact Refrigerator 
Automatic Shut-off 
No 
Capacity (cu. Ft.) - Freezer 
0.29 
Capacity (cu. Ft.) - Total 
3.5 
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Refrigerators 
3.5 
Color - Appliance Cabinet 
Stainless Look 
Color - Door Handle(s) 
Black 
Color/Finish 
Stainless Look 
Color/Finish Family 
Stainless Look 
Defrost Type 
Manual 
Energy Efficiency Tier Rating 
Not CEE rated 
Freezer Features 
No Additional Features 
General Features 
Flat-back Design,Refrigerator Light 
Ice Maker Features 
No Additional Features 
Number of Doors 
Number of Freezer Shelves 
Number of Fresh Food Shelves 
Operational Features 
Independent Refrigerator Cooling 
Product Weight (lb.) 
50.9 lb 
Refrigeration Dispenser Features 
No Dispenser 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shelf Material - Refrigerator 
Glass 
Storage Features 
Can Dispenser 
Temperature Control Type 
Internal analog 
Water Filter Replacement Model# 
Not Applicable 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
CSA Certified 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
Yes 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year part and labor, 5 years compressor (part only) 

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3.5 cu. ft. Mini Refrigerator in Stainless Look, ENERGYSTAR
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Is it OK to put out in our lanai

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July 25, 2016
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Hello, please be advised that this unit is not designed for use in a garage or any other outside installation as it will hinder the performance of this appliance. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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Ventilation

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Is it ventilated on the bottom or how many inches are required on the sides?
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July 21, 2016
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Hello, this unit requires 2-3 inches of space on the back and on the sides of the unit to allow proper ventilation.
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will this frig operate by using a inverter as part of solar power configuration?

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I have a modified inverter 3500-7000 watts. it is not a pure sine wave. will this handle the start amp draw as well as continuous run. Or do I need to purchase an additional sinewave inverter? Getting ready to retire and building tiny log home off the grid.
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suggest that you go to the store and check the electrical requirements on the unit.Then check with the manufacturer to see if the unit can be powered by the system you propose. Some manufacturers make friges that operate off of propane, such as those used in campers, which maybe a better choice for you
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The instruction manual says not to put foods on the air outlet. Where is the air outlet?

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There is nothing more stupid than stupid cautionary warnings. Mini Fridges have no circulating air motor, only the compressor, which both cools and circulates the refrigerant. The heat is wasted though vanes in the back warming your room, while the refrigerant flows through a tube into the wall of the 'ice box' of the freezer compartment. This part has hollow channels so the expanding refrigerant heat Read More
There is nothing more stupid than stupid cautionary warnings. Mini Fridges have no circulating air motor, only the compressor, which both cools and circulates the refrigerant. The heat is wasted though vanes in the back warming your room, while the refrigerant flows through a tube into the wall of the 'ice box' of the freezer compartment. This part has hollow channels so the expanding refrigerant heat sink is spread fairly uniformly through the entire wall of the freezer box: top, sides and bottom, such that the air inside and anything actually touching the ice box wall or floor is made colder than the ice that forms on everything in the box and its walls. The spent refrigerant having absorbed the heat inside the box walls [while making them colder] returns to the compressor for another cycle. The heavier cold air chilled by the ice box also also circulates as it drains out of the ice box and down through the larger compartment by gravity to make everything inside uniformly cold. The heat leaving the items you place in the box is transferred to the cold air, warming it and thereby causing it to rise and return to the ice box where it gives up its heat to the icebox walls and sinks once again. Because the freezer compartment's cooling capacity was designed to not only freeze items within the 'ice box', but also by this passive cold air-gravity and heat-driven warmed air cycle within the larger box, to chill its contents, a second MOTOR TO MOVE AIR WITHIN THE COLD COMPARTMENT IS NOT REQUIRED. You set the thermostat on the freezer door to keep the freezer freezing and the remainder of the box not freezing. Too much ice buildup and it becomes more difficult for the refrigerant to keep the larger compartment [your beer, etc.] cold enough, as its efficiency at cooling and maintaining an evenly cold environment for your non freezer items is reduced by the thermal insulating properties of water-ice. Thus, occasional defrosting is necessary unless you live somewhere where the air is incredibly dry. Water Ice is an insulator? Astounding! Larger refrigerators use the same passive cycle dumping cold air into the top of the freezer and the larger fridge compartment, while the air circulation motor is essential in their larger boxes to ensure the milk you set in the refrigerator door, stays just as cold as the old jar of kippers stuck to the bottom in the back of the lowest shelf. More or less. So your dumb warning was likely plucked from the manual for a larger fridge with active air circulation and stuck in the cautionary information of this mini fridge. I love the sorts of advisories that instruct you not to use your mini-fridge as a hat, or a boat, especially when plugged in. How sensible! Of course the mini-fridge door lets the cold air out, so I guess you could say in a roundabout way that this seemingly unnecessary and therefore confusing advisory, indicates you should put your items to be cooled inside the mini-fridge and not leave them outside blocking the front of the door, where they will become spoiled [LOL!]. IMPORTANT REMINDER: in this case of the mini fridge, THE THINGS YOU WANT TO STAY COLDEST IN THE FREEZER DO SO in fact, WHEN THEY REMAIN IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE 'ICE BOX' WALLS AND FLOOR. I'm just chillin'. So, have yourself a great day too! ;) Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 761 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect fit for small office & quiet Perfect fit for the tight space in my office. Love the stainless steel finish. Wipes off easily, don't have to worry about fingerprints. Super quiet! May 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Freezer does not work The fridge looks nice but the freezer is extremely small and does not even work to freeze ice even on the highest setting. (No separate temp setting for the fridge/freezer.). Works OK if you don't care to use freezer but otherwise not worth the price if features can't be used. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by NIce little fridge for not much money I bought this min-fridge after my daughter repossessed the old one for her college dorm room. Just needed a cooler for the basement and this fit the bill. Good price too. PROS: + Removable glass shelves--nice touch, take them out for big bottles leave them in for smaller stuff. Flexible. + Cools quickly. In fact, at the lowest cooling setting (7), it froze a bottle of OJ in the fridge compartment. I imagine you could keep ice cream (which is best kept at a soft freeze) in the main fridge at that setting though I don't plan on trying it. + Good value CONS: - Small ice compartment, but that's not a big deal since I wouldn't use it to make ice anyway. Just thought I should throw a CON in here for symmetry. July 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy this if you plan on eating ice cream I bought this when it was on sale and it was still not worth the money. The freezer does nothing but build up ice. When I looked at it in the manual they changed the name of it to "chiller compartment", likely because it DOESN'T FREEZE ANYTHING. If you don't plan on storing anything requiring mild freezing, this is a fine product, but too expensive at that. So much ice builds up and the "chiller compartment" only closes by a little, loose rubber stopper, which consistently falls out every time I open the door. I wish I never bought this and am looking for a new fridge with a separated freezer. July 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by looks good works well as expected The fridge arrived undamaged, which I guess has been an issue for some people. It looks good and works as expected. The only draw back is I purchased it for a beer fridge for the garage and the shelves are not at the most optimal locations for maximum beer storage. I can however fit at least two 24packs, which seems like enough. Cheers! Also I got this fridge on sale but it was offered for a lower sale price the following week or 2. I could have saved 20$ July 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by camper frig. bought it for the use in my camper which I LIVE. in. main one stopped. it gets way hot on the sides. heats up the camper not good during summer with out air conditioning.. it's a 100 watt frig wich is what I was looking for. just not a great frig. good price being a low income budget..should have gotten the two door. don't keep frozen food well .hope it last a few years July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dead after two years Bought this fridge 7/07/2014. Eariler this summer (2016) it started making more noise when it kicked on and off. Smelled a little electrical smell yesterday and figured out it was the fridge when we found it not cooling any more today (7/21/2016). Warranty only covers the compressor and not the labor so I'm sure it's not worth getting fixed. Also requires 'carrry-in' for service. Good luck! July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for an office!! This fridge is perfect for an office! It has become a lifesaver for me as I can now stock items for lunch and breakfast when I am too busy to go out which is often these days! It keeps food cold very well and has lots of storage space. July 19, 2016
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