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True or False? An EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) study evaluating motor failures in the utility industry in 1983 found that 37% of the motor failures were winding related and 10% of the motor failures were rotor related.

The statement is True. Almost 50% of the motor failures for motors >100HP were stator and rotor related.

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