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Do I need sensor assembly (#6501KW2002A) on WM1814CW?

Yes, I am having the dreaded LE problem with my 2 year old WM1814CW and I read most of the solutions and I am ready to fix it myself.

The problem is I don't know the exact part to order.

On the service manual of WM1814CW, sensor assembly is 6501FA2462C.
But most of you guys are talking about 6501KW2002A.

And I learned that in fact those two are not the same thing.

Which sensor assembly do I order for WM1814CW?

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  • popyu Feb 12, 2008

    Corrected the rating. Sorry about the mistake.



    By the way, 6501KW2001A & 6501KW2002A, they both work.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2008

    the le light comes on. it looks liked the washer machine will not rotate. you can hear some type of motor or sensor but it will not rotate after trying about 2 min and then the le light comes on

  • Jonathan Frnazel
    Jonathan Frnazel Dec 23, 2013

    xxx2001A has smaller connecting pins and will not clip onto the stator if xxx2002A is needed.

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The part number you came up with is for the out of balance sensor not the hal sensor. The correct part (if your model number is WM1814CW is 6501KW2001A. It's located behind the rotor on the back side of the stator.

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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I was wondering if anyone knows the "HAL Sensor" Part Number for LG Model No: WM2432HW
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Here is a few links where you can purchase these parts.

LG 6501KW2002A Hall Sensor

LG 6501KW2001A Sensor (In Stator) Assembly

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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I use a 24" flat bladed screw driver with a square shank. Jamb driver into vent slot next to wider blade on rotor and hold screw driver as tight to plane of rotor as possible; use socket on a breaker bar on bolt. Those bolts have lock-tight on them so use a big driver that fills the vent slot. Should loosen up. Or, use electric or air powered impact wench.

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Hi, i took my LG WM2677HSM apart and removed a part with # 6501KW2002A out, is this the famous hall sensor? Would like to know before ordering a new one. Appreciate any help.
Thank you.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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    kotky Mar 29, 2014

    yes it is

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How do you remove the bolt to get at the rotor/stator?

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