Magic Chef - 2.6 Cu. Ft. 5-Cycle Compact Electric Dryer - White

Dry your laundry with this Magic Chef MCSDRY1S electric dryer, which features a compact size to fit into small laundry spaces. The 2.6 cu. ft. capacity and 5 cycles let you dry a variety of fabric types.

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Key Specs

  • Product Width
    23.6 inches
  • Product Height
    27.5 inches
  • Product Weight
    44 pounds
  • Color Finish
  • Capacity
    2.6 cubic feet
  • Moisture Sensor
  • Dryer Heating Source
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What's Included

  • 2.6 Cu. Ft. 5-Cycle Compact Electric Dryer
  • Power cord
  • Vent kit is sold separately and is not included
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Customer Rating:
Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars.
83% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (55 out of 67)


Electronic controls

Allow easy program setting.

2.6 cu. ft. capacity

Lets you efficiently dry your laundry.

5 cycles

Help you care for a wide variety of fabric types.

Stainless-steel drum

Provides durability.

Compact design

Allows use in small areas, such as apartments, dormitories and recreational vehicles and enables easy portability.

Vent kit is sold separately and is not included.

Overall Customer Rating

84%of customers recommend this product.



Questions & Answers

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  • Q: When I try to put my filter assembly back on the dryer it just falls back off. It seems like it doesn't have anything to hold it on. Is there something I'm missing ?

    Asked by Cathy on September 23, 2017

    • A: I have to pay kinda attention when I do mine. I look very carefully at the mounting part and line up the center of the filter as best I can then work it by feel till it sorta clicks or thunks into place. Only missed the alignment one time so far. But it fell off while running... just stopped it and replaced the filter with a little more care...

      Answered by OldDude on October 6, 2017

  • Q: Im want to buy one but I am worried because people say its hard to put back together the lint thing and also about the venting.

    Asked by Luna on December 6, 2017

    • A: Well this is how it's working for me... the filter element is not all that hard IF you look carefully at your alignment before you push it in... also make sure you pick up some replacement filters!!!!! It will cause issues when that filter gets clogged up with use! When it starts to take longer to dry things replace the filter! The vent is fine IF you keep the filter clean! Clean it after each use!!!! Best Buy... please carry filters or create a link where folks can get em... so far this is what I have learned... do those things and it works as intended... and does the job... Oh the lint thing has 3 parts... the filter the screen and the body... goes body, screen. filter then plug the body into the the connection...

      Answered by OldDude on December 7, 2017

  • Q: How do you clean the lint?

    Asked by Pat on May 19, 2016

    • A: To clean the lint filter first you will need to remove the lint filter by pulling outward using the four (4) grip holes in the filter assembly. (Please note: The lint filter assembly must be installed when operating the dryer. The lint filter assembly must be cleaned before and after each use). The lint filter assembly consists of three (3) parts: exhaust vent shroud, lint filter, and exhaust filter. Separate the three (3) parts of the assembly and clean the individual pieces using a soft brush or a vacuum cleaner. Do not damage the filter assembly. Reassemble the filter assembly in the following order: exhaust filter - lint filter - exhaust vent shroud. Align the entire assembly with the recessed position in the back of the drum and press firmly until the entire filter assembly is secured. Thank you!

      Answered by MCA Corporation on June 6, 2016

  • Q: why is my dryer not heating

    Asked by doreen on February 10, 2018

    • A: There is a button ya have to push in and you need to pay attention to the dial and select the heating (red) area... instructions? Also make sure the filter is CLEAN! You must clean that filter after every use! If the filter gets too dirty the dryer seems to have a system that reduces the heat when the filter is too dirty! Prevent fires perhaps? Those are the only reason that I can think of that would cause it to not heat up. You can find more filters for this dryer online if ya look around.

      Answered by OldDude on February 11, 2018

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