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    • Part Number: AP4438648
    • MFG Part Number: 4417FA1994G
    • Made by: LG
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My 6 year old LG washer, model WM2501HVA is having spin issues. Let me begin by saying I have received NO ERROR CODES. I recently changed the rotor, due to the all too common spline tooth failure, but after reassembly, the washer wont go into full spin. My next step was to change the RPS (HALL) sensor. No improvement, performance is the same. Sometimes, during spin, it shudders and makes a grinding noise, other times it will spin free, appear to try to balance over and over again. Sometimes it will go into a quiet spin, but you can hear it stepping down and picking up repeatedly, but it won't go into high spin. The pump operates, and the drum empties. The filter and drain hose are clean. So, my question: Do I replace the stator or the control board next?

Baker for Model Number LG WM2501HVA

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I've had great luck with you in the past. My LG washer (Model Number WM0642HW) keeps giving me an LE code. Various LG sources say it has something to do with the Motor Overload. I'm simply not sure what part to replace to correct the problem? Thanks

Bill for Model Number WM0642HW

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My drum won't spin and I get an error code LE. What do I need?

Jeanie for Model Number WM0532HW

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Washing machine started showing LE error code. I replaced the rotor position sensor switch and that fixed it for around a month and then showed the LE code again. I replaced it with another new sensor switch and it worked again for about a month before showing the LE code again. Wires don't look broken. I discovered if I took off the Drive motor stator assembly completely and reinstalled it that the machine would work again for a few cycles. Have done this about 6 times and now it doesn't work anymore and shows LE code.

Dale for Model Number LG wm2077CW

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My washer has a burning smell inside after the wash cycle,but it only happens after the first load,but yesterday when I opened the door to remove the clothes there was a lot of smoking coming out of the inside ...

Susan M for Model Number Lg

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I just replaced the drive motor stator assembly and I'm getting the error message CE (overload in motor). Im not sure where to go from here or what to check for after. Please help.

Wally for Model Number WM0532HW

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My washer is giving me the de code. Which mean the door is not locking. So I replace the door lock switch . I still get the code. I tried resetting. still the same. then I replaced the computer no change. Is there anything else? I am told the door lock is a common problrm

Ethel for Model Number lg tromm wm2277hb

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Bearing were bad in my unit, so I replaced bearings, seals, stator wiring harness and position sensor. The rotor and stator were very dirty with rust. I cleaned them with water and a light brushing and let it dry for at least 4 days. Got the whole unit back together and ran a speed load empty. She seemed a little jerky in the wash and rinse cycle ans never really got into a spin. I ran a second load and now she won't spin in a wash cycle. Did I ruin my stator and is so should the rotor as well or is that good. I got no error codes, she just does not spin. Also, you can hand spin with no problem.

Vb for Model Number wm0642hw

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Is there an overload in this motor?

Wally for Model Number wm0523hw

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I get the LE error code soon after the water fills. There seems to be no effort by the motor to turn or anything. No noise, no vibrations. I replaced the hall sensor, and still nothing. Would I need to replace the stator?

Jeremy

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