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Put a multi tester across the two wires from the stator. Set the tester to Ohms, the reading can be compared to the manufacturers stated values. The reading will look something like 3.5 or 4.57. If it reads 0.00 0r some other low value like 0.81 it probably means the stator is faulty, (0.00 means dead short, no reading or flashing digits mean no circuit).

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