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Hobart D300T Mixer Loud Buzzing and No Spinning

My D 300 T makes a loud buzzing noise when switched on.
Nothing is turning.
I can turn the planetary by hand.
The magnet switch seems to be in tact and making contact.
I replaced the 2-pole breaker/solenoid that the cord wires attach to but this did not solve the problem.
What is next?
I just replaced the Worm Gear with the concave edge (00-070251).
Did I cause a problem in the reassembly?
Are there two problems?
My serial number is 31-1115-019 and the ML is 104421

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You may have a wire not fully seated in your plug, or the worm gear you've just replaced is bound by something ( a gear tooth?) or wrong worm gear. Check to see if all the gears are seated properly. You should be able to turn the agitator by hand. If not, something is jammed in the gears. The other possibility is the windings in the armature are bad.

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Check the start capacitor,,,it is located behind a plate in the back lower part of the mixer

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