You may have smoked the motor, but I am guessing it's the contactor. How many clicks when you hit the button? Just one or multiple?
Quick way to diagnose is to disconnect the power cables from the winch terminals. Then, using something like jumper cables, hook them to a good battery and then touch the terminals with the cables. It will spark a bit, but just for a moment; don't worry. If the winch turns, it's not the motor and your problem is downstream. If winch does nothing, the motor is toast. I've changed one out before on a Viper Elite. It was an easy job. Not sure on the Polaris/Warn.
If the motor is fine, then check wiring and the contactor. This is a part than can fail and is easily swapped out and not that much money, generally. This is a fast way to figure out where the problem is.
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