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Air pump not working and red light stays on reset. Is the pump bad or electrical problem?

Pump won t fine when I put it away in the fall. When I plugged it in the red light stays on the reset. I think it was green before. The pump will not work. Also show e 90 as error code. The spa is less than one year old

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