Thanks; I'd just like to verify that's the problem and if I can't get it unstuck, order a new motor. I don't want to order one and then find out it's something else.
I don't do this every day. By "motor connector", do you mean the wiring harness to the motor or the purple feed line from the motor switch to the heating elements?
It looks like there's one leg of the 240 (black) to the second terminal on the motor and the purple feed to the heating element is on the first terminal. If the switch is closed, wouldn't there be continuity between the two terminals on the motor? There's no resistance between them, and to me that says the switch is closed (power is off, of course, and with the motor still switch should be open).
If this isn't a valid check, I'll do the motor connector, but need to know what it is.