How To Replace: Whirlpool/KitchenAid/Maytag Motor Stator WPW10419333

Symptoms: windings failed and the motor is not driving the washer.

Tools: grease, thread locking liquid, screwdriver, 1/4″” socket, 3/8″” socket ratchet, 1/4″” Allen wrench, Phillips screwdriver.

This Whirlpool/KitchenAid/Maytag made Washer Motor Stator replaces the following older part numbers on Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, Sears, and Kenmore Washers: 2027892, 8565170.

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  1. Got as far as removing the Stator cover any tricks to getting it off the spline as its very tight

  2. You didn’t bother to show how to test the old stator to verify it was bad to begin with. I guess that’s standard procedure for someone looking only to sell parts that people may or may not need 😀

    Put the thread-lock on the bolt to dry somewhat after removing it so its ready to re-install (Paint will also serve the same purpose)!

  3. I’m trying to understand the function of the grease for the bracket on the stator motor 🤔

  4. I fixed my old rotor stator using epoxy for plastic made for Plastic. I drilled small holes at the beginning and end of each crack which will prevent the cracks from expanding. Use J-B Weld 50112 ClearWeld Quick-Setting Epoxy Syringe – it hold to 4400 PSI. My UL errors went away.

  5. I replaced my stator motor. Now the rotor scrubs against the stator. Can you tell me why?

  6. I just finished replacing the seal and tub bearings on my washer. When it came to putting the stator back on it was the hardest to do but I did get it back on.

  7. I have lost so much more than blood , sweat and tears on my cabrio washer literally, that anyone n their right mind would have. But somewhere n between now and this senseless battle which has made my family suffer n the process, its become more than just having a working washing machine for me. I replaced the complete suspension, the bearings and the tub seal along with a new control board completely overlapping any rational action on my part what so ever. If u r out there PLEASE! Take 5 minutes 2 help mankind take that next step so i can let this issue go. I am so tiered of the middle class being taken advantage of by these big companies for doing whats right and our so called government just encouraging it. And im not eben a political guy, just a single father trying to make something with very little , thnx

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