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Stator Assembly

Part Number: AP5078589
MFG Part Number: 4417EA1002F
Made by: LG
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Part Number 4417EA1002F (AP5078589) replaces 1328831, AH3522946, EA3522946, PS3522946.

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Hello, I own an LG washing machine# WM2016CW. It is located on a remote Caribbean island in Turks & Caicos. It has failed in less than a year of use, showing error code "LE" for overload. My property manager is a mechanic & is the closest I can come to an LG service technician....he said their online helpline was useless. We have already replaced the rotor assembly #4413ER1002F, did not fix it....still showing error "LE" even after he did the reset. He is suggesting one more part to try & fix...the stator assembly #4417EA1002F . The shipping costs & taxes to get parts to Turks are astronomical. Are we close or should I just buy a new washing machine? I can't keep guessing on parts that may or may not work? Thank you so much for any guidance! John

John F for Model Number LG WM2016CW


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My washers fills with water but the motor tries to turn but it wont. I opened it up and on the stator motor has two prongs burnt at the motor connection. I want to by a stator motor.

Carlos for Model Number wm2016cw


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My LG model WM2016CW washer tub turns but after a while the motor struggles to turn, expecially in counterclockwise direction and eventualy I get LE (motor overload) fault code before it even gets to spin. I took apart rotor and stator and looks perfect. Cleaned in anyway and made sure electrical connections tight. Did a reset on the control panel as LG customer service directed me to do over the phone. Put back together and same problem. Could this be a control panel problem? If the motor goes bad is there any visual way to tell because as I said the rotor and stator look fine. Unit is only 4 years old and does not get heavy use. I don't want to buy uneccessary parts since I can buy a new washer for $650 and the motor has a 7 year warranty but the control panel is out of warranty. Let me know if you think it is the motor or control panel.

Mike for Model Number WM2016CW


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