The Hall Sensor, also as the rotor position sensor (RPS) is a portion of the automatic system of the washing machine. It assists the control board be certain everything is operating as it should. Essentially, hall sensor keeps an eye on the washer motor to make sure it's working properly and in the right time during your washing cycle.
Hall Sensor Manufacturer tell you The hall sensor is mounted on the stator, on the back of your motor. In most cases, you can access the stator by unplugging the washer and removing the rear panel of your machine to expose the motor. Then, you can unfasten the center bolt on the rear of the motor to remove the rotor. You will see the stator, a large ring component with several copper coils around it. You can unscrew the stator, lift the component, and unplug the electrical connector leading to the Micropower Hall Sensor. Depending on your particular brand, the sensor may be a small plastic, rectangular unit with three square holes in the middle, mounted over two or more stator coils.