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usually the humming sound is coming from the motor,try this,open the door,turn the drum with one hand and hold the door switch in with your other hand and have someone else push the start button at the same time,this might help the motor turn on but if it does you need a new motor,if you can't turn the drum you could have something stuck in the blower wheel or something jammed in the motor like a broken belt but like i said a humming sound is usually the motor.
sounds like the motor start capacitor is bad causing the unit to stall and pop the internal circuit breaker...you will need to remove the cover and look for the silver can looking component that connects to the motor...you will then need to get a motor start capacitor to repair the problem ..these usually cost about 6-15 dollars at most appliance parts stores...or you can try a place like www.grainger.com
Anytime an appliance knocks a breaker down, the motor is the obvious culpret.
The first thing to do is remove the motor and take it to an appliance parts house for testing.
If the coupling broke, it is just sometimes just happenstance. In other cases it could be a transmission starting to lock up, which would overtax the motor, and eventually cause it to fail.
Lastley, most models are 2 or three speed. If the timer screws up and tries to run the motor on high and medium or low at the same time it will fry the motor.
ok can u turn the tumbler freely,
if no well there is something stuck in you blower like a sock or something
if the tumbler turns freely
keep the door open and hold the door switch
try pushing the start button
and tuning the tumbler, yes all three at the same time lol you may need a hand
try tuning the tumbler when you hear a hum
if it takes off bad news your start winding on the motor is bad or the capacitor depending on your model
if it does not turn, but the hum continues longer than 1-2 minutes it could be just a belt
Hi, Hit the reset again. It sounds like the cutter is lacked up some way. Try using a long wooden spoon ar something simular and see if you ca free up the cutter. If the cutter is free and it still will not work, you will probably need a new disposal. If you are getting no noise after you hit the reset, chack your breakers to make sure there is power to the unit. I hope this helps you. Please let me know if I can assist you further.