Hall Effect Identification

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Rorzzer
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Probably a nooby question and I'm sorry but i have a 400w 36v electric bike kit, 2 of my hall sensors are stuffed. I need help identifying them to buy new ones and also if anyone knows where to buy a new one. I retrieved one and all it reads is AH 41, they are the small 3 pinned ones. When plugged in my working one goes from 0 to 5v as i rotate the wheel. Thanks heaps in advance for the help. I'm so sad my electric drift trike is not working )':

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