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Take a look inside at the cutting blades when it is running...do the cutting shafts turn??? it sounds like they ARE NOT. If they are not turning but you can hear the motor running then you probably have a broken gear, or striped teeth on a gear. You will have to open it up to see which gears are the problem...then you can contact Royal at 1-800-524-0799 for parts assistance.
I suggest using Belzona (metal compound). Mix it with its hardner, paste it over the broken gear (dont worry if it gets over a couple of other gears. Let Belzona sink and dry (4-5hours). Get a Dremel drill with a fine blade on it and cut accurately where the teeth are meant to be. Voila, you have fixed your gear.
You most likely have several teeth broken off the drive gear that drives the cutting block. Not too difficult to replace but you need some special tools. A deep well socket (I think it's about a 3/8") to remove the cutting block and replace the broken gear. The gear should be available from a Fellowes dealer, or they might sell it to you direct if there is no dealer near you.