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My Nutrimill just stopping working during grinding

I checked the outlet and other electronics work fine in same outlet. When I turn on the switch, nothing happens ...a tiny click and that's it. It was grinding wheat berries and I stopped it to check on something in the garage ...when I came back, it wouldn't turn on.

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