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the bushing or the bearing in the motor may have already worn out. or may need some lubrication. the rotor is trying to turn but it's stiff and won't continue to turn. dont continue to turn on if it wont spin otherwise you'll damage the motor further. it might also be the busted capacitor "if it has"
Make shure your batteries are good in the remote. Also some remotes have little dip switchers inside the battery cover that are either on or off. They must be in the same position as the dip switches on the receiver in the top canopy of the ceiling fan or the remote & receiver won't talk to each other. Apart from that you will probably need to replace the remote control & receiver unit.
The sound is from the compressor high side pressure exceeding design limits due to the fan not operating, the fan pulls air across the coil to remove heat from the freon which keeps the pressure down. The capacitor or fan motor may be bad. Need to open unit panel and visually inspect the capacitor for swelling, (rounded top should be flat) where the wires connect. Also use meter to test mfd of capacitor. May only need capacitor replacement, most common failure on this unit. If not corrected damage can be done to the compressor due to overheating.