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The bulbs DO burn out occasionally, even after a short time. There are no markings on them that I can see. I have a unit. If it is the same as yours, it is a 100W 120v 8mm(G8 or GY8) Halogen (bi-pin). They also come in 35, 50, and 75W versions, if you don't need as much light.
you may have something rapped around the impellers of the circulation pump causing low water pressure. the unit will start and stop to try to clear the blockage. if the circulation pump is really jammed the inlet/drain light will light. it could be a faulty pressure switch but they are not common to fail.
may be in flood mode. tip the unit sideways and see if water leaks from the base if so continue to tip it until it all drains out, then start it on a wash if it starts you have a component leak that will have to be sourced.
There is a thermal fuse on the controller that commonly goes out. If you take apart the panel, and see the computer part, there is usually a part clipped on the side with 2 wires on it. When that goes out, it acts like there is no power to the unit. Very easy and in-exspensive to replace if that's it. It's pretty common on those. Good luck