I was having increasingly frequent spin problems until one day a loud grinding noise came from the rear of the machine. I removed the access cover and discovered the spline on the nylon hub of the Rotor assy was stripped. I ordered a new Rotor Assy and Hall sensor. Received the parts, installed them, however now I have Rotor lock. I've checked the resistance of the Stator, it appears to be within specs. Ive checked the power connection to the Stator, and there is voltage , however Im not sure of the correct values. I've removed and re-assembled the new components a couple of times, but I still get rotor lock. I've turned the drum by hand, so I know its not seized. Do you have any suggestions. Thank you for your time.
If getting an LE error code you will want to check the flowing.
• The connector (3-pin, male, white) in the MOTOR
HARNESS is not connected to the connector
(3-pin, female, white) of STATOR ASSEMBLY.
• The electric contact between the connectors
(3-pin, male, white) in the MOTOR HARNESS
and 4-pin, female, white connector in the MAIN PWB
is bad or unstable.
• The MOTOR HARNESS between the STATOR
ASSEMBLY and MAIN PWB ASSEMBLY is cut (open
• The hall sensor is out of order/defective
I need a motor for my LG washer machine, you have?
Answer Natasha, the stator is part number 4417EA1002J and rotor is part number 4413ER1002F. Thanks!
Is part number AP4438635 the right rotor assembly for my machine?? Thanks.
Answer Hello Travis! No, rotor assembly 4413EA1002B is not correct for the given model number. Your model uses rotor assembly part number 4413ER1003B. Thanks!
When installing a new rotor assembly for this model is it necessary to put some kind of lubrication on the splines ? Thanks in advance
Answer Hello Bud. No, there is no need for lubrication on them, but you can use a very light coating to help the part slide onto the splines if needed.
I have purchased this assembly 4413ER1003B Washing Machine Rotor Assembly. Now that I have it how easy is it to replace this one for the old?
The rotor assembly is not difficult to replace. You will want to pull the unit out and unplug from power. Remove the cover that is on the back of the unit. You will then remove the bolt holding the rotor in place. When you get the bolt removed you will want to get ahold of the rotor with both hands and pull off. Install the new rotor and reassemble.
I want to order a rotor assembly, but am confused. Is part AP4438635 correct? When I did the cross reference check tool, that particular part was not appropriate for model #WM2233HU/01, but appropriate for WM2233HU.
The rotor assembly for your unit is part number 4413EA1002B. The reason that it does not come up in the compatibility chart is because the 01 is not listed in the parts diagram so you would just use the model without that.