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either the switch is unplugged or defective, or the main board needs replacing. Also, they come with a 2 year warranty. try calling 1-800-955-0959 for fellows end-user support and have serial # ready (ser.# is found when you open the door).
I have the exact same problem. In fact, my SPL-1506X is sitting disassembled on the kitchen table as I write this. There is a PC Board inside the unit with a relay that directs the motor to run in forward or reverse. My relay is fused in the reverse position. I know this because the relay's casing is clear polycarbonate. If that relay can be replaced, the SPL-1506X will be fixed, I'm convinced. Unfortunately, the relay is made in China. So much for quality! I located the part no. on the web: Sanyou SME-2110DP a DPDT relay. If you can find it(which I can't), you're in luck. Myself, I'm going to trash the unit.
If the gears are stripped it will cost more to buy them and pay for the shipping if it is not under warranty. You also have to think if the gears are stripped what caused this to happen. It probably put a lot of stree on the motor also. So you may not have a loy of time left on your motor. I hope this will help you.