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First thing to check is the top door switch, if it is defective it will keep the auger from working.
Unplug unit then jump the 2 wires together then start it up
OK, check to see if motor is getting power when it is supposed to turn
You need to measure voltage feeding the motor with a volt meter. the control board is responsible for doing that.
Seems low, have you got the old motor to check voltage specs on it.
Did you set voltmeter to AC or DC
OK now that is better, motor should turn, there might be a obstruction, you could pull motor out to see it will turn when not in place