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Hello and welcome to just answer my name is ***** ***** I will be the one to assist you. You can certainly check the wiring's to the stator to see if they ohm out. In the event they do not then the part will need to be replaced. In order to check this you will need a multimeter. In the event you do not have a multimeter and do not want to purchase one this company will ship you the part and if it does not fix your issue you can ship it back and get a full refund The rotor is just magnets so as long as the magnets are not broken or falling out it should be ok.
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I can not be certain what a repair man would cost in your area of course they will have a fee just for coming out to inspect plus an up charge of course for the part and then service time which they will charge at least an hour so I am sure you are looking in the neighborhood of at least a couple hundred dollars if nothing else for parts labor and time.