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if so the seloniod on the starter motor has gone! give it a tap with a hammer if you can get to it or put the car in 2nd gear and take the hand brake off, make sure the keys are not in the ignition and push the car forward it until you feel the engine turn, it wont start but should free off the starter motor.
Sounds to me like your motor is bad.
They will make a bad noise and then go up in smoke when the bearings go out and the windings short out...I would check for power to the motor and if there is power going to the motor and the motor does not run then you have confirmed what I think the problem is.
I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!
you have "blown" your motor. it sounds lik you have dropped a piston rod and you may have screwed the head gasket as well. either way it is cheaper to buy a motor from a wrecking yard and have it replaced.
Turn your power off, then reach inside the drum and turn the drum 1/4-1/2 turn. Turn your power back on and try pressing the start switch again.
Sometimes motors get a dead spot in them and this helps to move it from the dead spot.
If that doesn't help then listen again closely, and may be the humming is your motor running...if the motor is running then that would indicate a broken belt might be your problem.
If none of the above is your problem then your problem could be your motor.
I hope this helps
sounds like your starter is bad, you could take it off and to the auto parts store and they can test it. My chevy did the same thing, all it is is a bad solenoid most times, which is located on the starter