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If you are certain the outlet on the wall is "hot", then the problem will be in the plug, the cord, the switch, or the motor.
An appliance person can tell you what the problem is, or, if you choose to fix it yourself, you will need to take it all apart and test it with an electric meter.
Know that you may not be able to find a place that will sell you any parts, they may not be available.
God bless your efforts.
Could be the appliance is faulty or is intended for a different mains voltage. If your mains are 220/230 volts and the appliance is intended for use on 110 volt mains...
Sometimes appliances are intended for universal use and must be adjusted before use. The instruction book will give details.
Sometimes an appliance is supplied with an unsuitable power plug and sometimes without a plug at all, requiring the power plug to be changed for a suitable type. This process is or has been responsible for many minor disasters and a few major ones. It is important such a basic and routine thing is performed competently.
It is of course possible something was or is wrong with the power outlet or perhaps the atmosphere was steamy and some condensation was carried into the outlet when the appliance was plugged in.
If it cannot be fixed, then you'll want to be looking at a new juicer.
If you're not sure if it can be fixed or not (as this is a common problem with some juicers and is quite fixable) then you'll want to contact the manufacturer and have them send you the appropriate replacement parts. Contact Omega at 800-633-3401
Plug something else into the electrical receptical to verify you have power from your outlet. Then remove bottle and blade assembly; and press the two small black micro-switches inside the base of the blender. If your blender still won't turn on then you may have a faulty motor or motor connection.
I have the same problem. Did you figure it out??