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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
  • Equipped with 3 easy-to-clean glass shelves
  • Features a full-width freezer compartment
Color/Finish: Stainless Look
  • Black
  • Stainless Look
  • White

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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. The 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 beverage cans orderly and convenient
  • 3.5 cu. ft. capacity mini refrigerator is manual defrost
  • Full-width freezer compartment allows for freezing of smaller frozen food items
  • Equipped with 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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3.5 cu. ft. Mini Refrigerator in Stainless Look, ENERGYSTAR
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Is there a freezer section?

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June 6, 2016
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Yes, there is a full-width freezer section.
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YES BUT I HAVE HAD IT ON THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE AND IT WON'T KEEP MY TINY BEN AND JERRY'S FROZEN. IT IS REALLY TOO SMALL A FREEZER. I AM TAKING MINE BACK.
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December 30, 2014
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yes, its a very small one, comes with 1 small ice cube tray. Maybe room for a box of "Hot Pockets" without the ice cub tray.
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June 19, 2014
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At the top, from one side to the other. Measurements are 12" w x 4" h x 10" deep.
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March 11, 2014
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Yes, there is a small freezer section
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Thomasville, GA, USA
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December 24, 2013
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Yes, but quite small and comes with a tiny ice tray.
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December 22, 2013
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yes. just checking part online, need replace door gasket (?) betwee $40-100. checking some parts store. no complaint, you buy a bad product, you have to BUY it again
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December 18, 2013
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Yes
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Montgomery, AL, USA
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December 17, 2013
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Yes. Small, but sufficient and better than none.
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December 17, 2013
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Yes. But it is not that large of space.
Probably enough space to store about 4 TV dinners (standard size)
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Yes, it has a small freezer section.
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Yes, small but fits frozen dinners, popsicles, ice tray etc. Comes with an ice tray
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Does this refrigerator have a lock?

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November 29, 2013
I am looking at this fridge online and can't tell if there is a locking mechanism.
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no, it doesn't.
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It does not appear to have any locking features.
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No it does not have a locking device.
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December 18, 2013
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As in separate lock; no. It closes shut.
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December 17, 2013
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No.
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Atlanta, GA
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December 17, 2013
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No. This refrigerator does not have a locking mechanism.
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December 10, 2013
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It does not have a lock.
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No, it does not have a lock
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No lock
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is the door reversible?

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I just purchased this model in black and the door is reversible. I just finished doing it.
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The door is easily reversible. A Phillips screwdriver, a ratchet and a 10mm socket are needed.
It takes less than 10 mins and can be done by 1 person.
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No. I previously answered this question. prefabricated holes in door but none in the refrig. unit. I would also advise not to due to possible door sealing issues.
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The door is not reversible that I can see.
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No
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No, that would be nice
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No
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No, it is not reversible.
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November 25, 2013
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I don't think so. The top hinge is like many standard sized refrigerators. That is to say, there is a hinge arm that attaches the door to the top of the refrig. Most such refrigerators have the hinge mounted on one side of the top with a capped pivot pin hole and capped screw holes which are for "opposite-handing" the door. The unit in question has the hinge/pivot arm mounted on the right hand side of Read More
I don't think so. The top hinge is like many standard sized refrigerators. That is to say, there is a hinge arm that attaches the door to the top of the refrig. Most such refrigerators have the hinge mounted on one side of the top with a capped pivot pin hole and capped screw holes which are for "opposite-handing" the door. The unit in question has the hinge/pivot arm mounted on the right hand side of the frig ... when standing in front of the refrig looking at it. The opposite side of the top, where the "opposite-hand" mounting holes would be ... is smooth, no holes or covers or ... anything. Therefore, I don't see how the door could be reversed . Read Less
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On its side

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August 14, 2013
How long can this refrigerator be left on its side during a cross-country move? How soon after it is set upright can it be plugged in for use?
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Always been told refrigerators MUST be kept in their upright position. When turned to side, it causes refrigeration problems.(compressor, condenser, etc.)
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All refrigerant has oil mixed in to lubricate the compressor. If any compressor is run BEFORE the oil is back in it WILL damage it. To prevent this, stand the unit upright for at least 30 minutes, THEN plug it in for only a 3 - 5 second time and UNPLUG it. Wait another 5 minutes and you can safely plug it back in to run.
The short run will force more oil to drip down to the compressor. The oil is Read More
All refrigerant has oil mixed in to lubricate the compressor. If any compressor is run BEFORE the oil is back in it WILL damage it. To prevent this, stand the unit upright for at least 30 minutes, THEN plug it in for only a 3 - 5 second time and UNPLUG it. Wait another 5 minutes and you can safely plug it back in to run.
The short run will force more oil to drip down to the compressor. The oil is free-flowing unless it is VERY cold or a tube is crimped, in which case it will not get cold enough anyway.
For larger compressors it is best to try to make sure that they are resting on the springs and rubber pads after being stood upright again. Sometimes, these get out of place with the motor hanging sideways. Read Less
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you can place on its side. will need to plug in and it can take up to 48 hours to get cold.
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I wouldn't recommend that it be transported laying down. If you have already done this, sit it up for two or three days so all of the refrigeration oil goes back into the compressor then plug it in. It should be just fine.
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I asked a similar question while at Home Depot and the gentleman told me it was fine to lay it on its side, but once at my destination to let it stand upright for about an hour so everything could settle before I plugged it in.
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The less time on its side the better. Leave it standing upright at least 24 hours after final placement - 48 hours if on its side for more than 2 days - before plugging it in and running it. Suggest you discuss your move time with knowledgeable Home Depot staff to get specific instructions as to your two questions.
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As long as it is well protected from getting bumped and pushed, protected with extra cardboard or padding, it does well. I would suggest you stand it upright after it is unwrapped and let it sit for about 30 minutes, then plug in to the outlet.
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You should avoid moving it on it's side but if you do I would wait at least 30 minutes for it to settle upright.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 676 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My smartest purchase in a long time I purchased this Magic Chef mini fridge primarily to free up space in my large refrigerator. I keep all of my water, soft drinks and juices in it. Nice and cold. The freezer compartment works beautifully I am looking forward to many years of enjoyment and usage. Oh, and GO COUGARS!!! I immediately decorated it with my school colors. Washington State University. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great buy Worth every penny. It's a great fridge. It's aesthetically pleasing, has plenty of space inside. The 3 shelves I found were too many for the amount of space inside so I just removed one. The soda can holder on the side is a huge space saver. Love this fridge! August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Product is great- but came damaged. This fridge is a great size (for my classroom) and has a lot of space. Only complaint is that when I unpacked it there was a huge dent in the side. Am I going to repack it- take it out of my classroom put it in my tiny car and take it back to home depot? No. that's way too much of a hassle for a dent- but still. I'm not sure if its the manufactures packaging- or home depots loading and unloading but there shouldn't be damage to a brand new item. August 23, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by okay if you do not need the freezer Overall nice-looking, good-sized fridge. However, I put some items in the freezer, and found that they were not fully frozen after setting the temperature to 5 (out of 7). So, assuming I was dealing with a refrigerator, not a freezer, I set the temperature all the way to 7. After a few days, I came to find the door blown open by an exploded can of frozen seltzer water, the freezer caked with frost, and everything slowly melting because of the open door. Another can was distended and about to explode. We have only had this fridge for about two weeks. Now we are just using this as a fridge, but it's disappointing to lose a feature we were hoping to use for years. August 2, 2016
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 1.0 out of 5.0 by Missing parts get it all out of the box, pull all plastic off, packing, tape, etc. unload everything out of old fridge. remove old drag downstairs...go to plug in new fridge. missing one entire front leg. Have to shim it up for now. start loading sodas etc. shelves are odd sizes, does adjust to best fit for sodas and beer bottle. if your using it for your garage party fridge, stay clear. not good at all. returned this junk! September 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Interior right hand bottom had a split. Instead of boxing all the packing and fridge up and sending it back, I put a strip of tap on it, so far so good. Know better from now on. cmr August 30, 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
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