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Okay do you have the original Allen wrench that goes in the bottom to this up from a jam ? It originally came with an Alan wrench that you stick in the very center of the bottom of the disposal and turn back and forth until you free up whatever is jamming this up, the motor has an overload in it and if it doesn't start after a couple of seconds the overload will kick off, take a look at the bottom of the disposal in the very center and you should see a hole for which an Alan wrench can be inserted, if you don't have the original Allen wrench that came with this any Alan wrench that will fit it will work, what you need to do is put the Alan wrench in and turn it back and forth until you are able to free up the machine then you can try starting it again, make sure the machine is not on while you're trying this, if you can unplug and I would unplug it until you're ready to test it again when you're done freeing it up, I hope this helps, thanks, Bryan