Ok got it now thanks.
If theres no motor action on this then it can be either the motor itself, the wiring. The DC chopper board at the bottom of the main control board at the top.
On this model theres 2 control boards. You have the main board at the top and you have another one at the bottom near the motor.
As to the motor you can test this with you meter to rule it out.
Look at the motor wiring block and there 7 tags. You need to number them from righ to left with 1 on the right.
Test between 1 and 2 and 3 and all three of them should give a reading between themselfs. As this is the motor field.
Then test 4 and 5 as this is the armature
Then test 6 and 7 and thats the tacho.
If they all test fine then the motor is ok. Check the wiring block going to the motor. Give them a tug as sometimes the wires can break in there.
If thats all fine then remove the chopper board at the back and see if theres any signs of burning in there.
If thats all ok then follow the wires from there to the top board. Check the wires at teh bottom as they run round the concrete weight at the bottom as sometimes the wires can rub on there and break.
But if all the above is fine then remove the control board on the top and see if theres signs of burning an see what you find.
Check all that and you should be able to see what the fault is from there.
If you need anymore info just get back to me.