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What causes stator failure?

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Speed of the motor increases rapidly

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When the load supplied by the motor decreases abruptly but the voltage is kept constant this may cause overheating of the stator winding leading to failure of the stator.
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Enough rate of current flow instead heavy current flow in the conductor causes stator failure due to heat(temperature) increase.
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Stator faliur due to moistur. Due to priodically heatup of winding.

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