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    • Part Number: AP4440680
    • MFG Part Number: 6501KW2002A
    • Made by: LG
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I have a LG washer that is giving a LE error. I have had the Hall replaced twice but after a month or so the error returns. I am looking to replace the Stator next to try to resolve the error. I wanted to check to see if the Stator part is the same for both models since I'm not 100% sure which model I have?

Cc for Model Number wm2277h or wm2077cw

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My problem is the same as the latest on your list about the LE code on the LG Tromm washer, it spun to one side once, to the other side once, then just sat and made a noise the length of a rotation. Would the solution to my problem be the same as for a WM2077CM? Thanks

Carole for Model Number WM2277HW

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When you start the washer, it fills with water and starts. It then stops with error code LE. I tried to reset it and set spin and rinse. I watched the drum and it would spin in one direction then spin in the other direction once then stop. It would then set code LE. Thanks

Bob for Model Number WM2077CW

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my LG tromm washer makes a humming noise & the LE error code shows up. opened the rotor & stator assembly. noted there's a corrosion/rust accumulating on the stator (side of the sensor). what could be the cause of this? should i replace the sensor only or the stator assembly? thanks in advance.

Jerry for Model Number wm0532hw

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My machine will not spin, even when nothing is loaded, it acts like its going to then I get a "UE" error code.

Byron G for Model Number WM2077CW

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The spin cycle is hanging up. Only will spin one way occasionally. No clogs no error codes, everything else good. Thanks

Charles for Model Number lg wm2487whm

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How do I open the washer up to get to the Rotor Position Sensor Switch?

Roger for Model Number WM0532HW

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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. Thanks

Scott for Model Number WM2032HS

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My washer stopped agitating/spinning and displayed the "LE" error code. The washer fills/drains normally. I tried reseting using the start/stop button which got it going for a few days. Then no agitation/spin again. I replaced the Hall Sensor and while I had the stator out, I checked resistance across the terminals and got about 8 ohms between each terminal, and the stator looked to be in good shape. I reassembled, and the washer worked great for about 2 weeks. It just stopped agitating/spinning again and the "LE" code is back. Any ideas as to where I should look next? Thanks!

Michael for Model Number WM0532HW

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I, too, had the LE error message. Last fall I replaced the ball bearings on the washer and it worked fine until last evening. It went through the cycles and when it got to the rinse and spin cycle it didn't spin and I could hear a hum. I went through the processes outlined in the book. Unplugging and all but when I start it it will spin for a moment then stop and it jerks like it is trying to start then just hums. (for lack of a better term) I've ordered a sensor assembly part number 6501FA2462C. Do you think that will solve the issue or do I need to order another part. Good news is I will be gone for a week and that will allow time for the part(s0 to arrive. I look forward to your help.

Rob for Model Number LG WM1832CW

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