If you are having issues with getting your motor to fire up, try the following steps.
1) Turn the spinner by hand. If motor shaft turns try step 2.
2) Make sure you have a fully charged power source (connect your timer to a charged battery) top right hand corner of timer will show the battery life indicator. The indicator should show 6V or 12V depending on your battery. (If running a 12V system you want to make sure the indicator says 12V) If indicator shows 6V, a 12V motor will not run.
If the motor shaft will not turn the motor is stuck.
Do not leave the system outdoors year round unless the motor battery and timer are left operational. Water and ice will corrode non moving parts overt time. Making sure it stays running prolongs the life of your motor.