Actually I put the Washer in Manual Diagnostic Test to Spin w/out Basket installed but it's making a Clicking Sound on Medium & High Speed and the Stator/Rotor is powering On/Off then it throws an F51 Error Code when on High Spin.
Previously, the Washer didn't have any Fault Codes (worked fine - except for the loud noise during spin) before replacing the Bearing's.
I tightened the Rotor screw in the center until Rotor started rotating.
I used the Bearing Tool to install everything and the lower bearing is sticking out from tub about 1/8-3/16" as stated in the part's replacement manual.
Therefore, could the 4 Screws that hold the Stator be too tight?
The Rotor magnets look good (not cracked) but I do have a spare Rotor from another Washer so should I switch out the Rotor to see if it resolves the Clicking Sound and intermittent Power Loss when Spinning.