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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! If it makes no noise at all, the issue is probably that the thermal fuse in line with the motor has opened or the safety switch is open. There are no service parts listed for this model (see link below), so it will likely need to be replaced.
The motor is protected with a thermal fuse, in line after the power and right before the motor. The lights would still come on, just the motor will not get energized. The thermal fuse would be inside the unit. The video below shows what it is.
The fuse will have a number on it, I will need that number. The safety switch is what detects the bowl and cover locked into place, if yours has one.
Do you have a meter to test to see if the motor is getting voltage?
I cannot see the parts you refer to but I suspect it is not going to be able to be repaired. There are no service parts listed. I believe it will need to be replaced.