Unplug the cord (if plugged in) from the receptacle under the sink, plug in an item in the same receptacle (don’t plug into open receptacle that can be used for the dishwasher or disposal and will give you a false testing) that you know is in working operation. If your item operates, then power to this receptacle is working. Sometimes on the bottom of the disposal there is a button that is a reset for the device. Try pushing in; once reset, plug into same receptacle and test. If still not working, you need to call a plumber.
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