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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! The problem is likely to be a thermal fuse in line with the motor, not the switch. This is very common. There are no replacement parts for this model listed, but sometimes there is a number written directly on the fuse that will allow a generic part to be sourced. You will need to remove the bottom panel to locate this fuse.
The thermal fuse will look like the part at the link below. It may be tested by measuring continuity through it.
The fuse will be beyond the panel in the bottom. You will see lots of other wires and such, too!
You will need to access the motor assembly. Can you post a picture of the internal components you see? The pictures you posted are only showing a couple of wiring harnesses.
Probably, a picture of the insides will help.
Can you post a picture looking up inside? They are not really designed to be repaired, so it may have been sealed during assembly and will not be able to be repaired.
It looks like the fuse on that motor is internal and part of the motor. I do not believe it is able to be repaired.