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If you are experiencing a "smell" coming out of the water when you use the tub then you should use one of the products that are made for cleaning jetted tubs pipes.
Here is a link to a site that carries those items. These will get rid of the nasty smell and flecks of bacteria when you use the tub too.
Bath Panels can be very difficult to locate. I would check with your local Jacuzzi Showroom first.
If they are unable to locate the panels you need or they are no longer made then you should head over to Lowes or Home Depot to get a generic panel from one of them and you may need both panels replaced so they match.
If your Bath Pump will not shut off when you push the Air Button, it sounds as if the Air Switch is not working in your Bath Pump. Click on the Air Switch name and it will show you the replacement part you need to fix the Bath Pump.
Checking the circuit breaker for power to the pump is obvious however the control that turns the bath pump on/off may be the real problem. MTI has what control box to operate the pump? Check there first because that may be the problem before the bath pump is a problem. We would need to know the model number of the bath pump and the control box if there is one that the bath pump plugs into.
There are several cleaning methods on the internet. I would contact the maker of the tub and see if they have a cleaning agent. I know that Jacuzzi and Aquatic industries have a cleaner that works rather well. I have seen one on the net that uses 2 teaspoons of powder dishwasher soap mixed with bleach. I have not tried this one so don't know how well it works. The ones from the tub companies are not cheap, but if you want something that is going to do the job, spend the money.
The soapy water will fill all of the jets, tubes and the pump assembly. Will it hurt the tub if the jets are not running? The soap film will build up in the jets, tubes and pump assembly and can possibly cause damage if the tub is run at a later date. Contact the tub manufacture and see if there is a safe bubble bath you can use.