I want to thank everyone for the help but I got it running.
I got to thinking about what randysouthmississippi said about the motor getting bumped so I picked up the motor about an inch off the table and dropped it. Then it not only hummed it attempted to turn. I then spun the motor by hand and tried to start it and it worked. For a second or two it ran real sluggish before it kicked in but after that it starts and runs fine now. I realize it's a warning but I put the motor back on the saw rather than trying to tear into it myself to attempt to make a more permanent fix. Besides it had a plastic fan on the back side of it that seem stuck which I was having trouble getting off and was afraid I would break it.