I get the LE error message. Machine won't spin. I have replaced the stator/rotor sensor 3 times. It works for a month and then stops again. What causes the stator sensor to fail, because that might be the issue.
ANSWER Hello Scott,
This might not be the sensor after all. It could possibly be a bad connection to the sensor. I would check all of the connections by removing them one at a time and looking at them closely, then replacing them. When you changed the sensor before, it may have temporarily corrected a poor connection and it just loses connection after exposure to the units' normal operating vibrations.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, August 09, 2012