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The pump is coupled to a motor that runs it. The pump is ok if it is not leaking. You need to check the signal to the motor to turn on. It all comes from the timer switch unit. The coupling probably should be relpaced if the pump is really bad. Sounds like the drive motor for the tub, not the pump, or the switch unit.