The pump receives voltage from the control to run and it's possible the control is the problem but I suggest you check the pump first.
If you have access to a volt/ohm meter and are comfortable using it then you can remove the lower access panel to access the drain pump. See the 1st image for a picture of this. The drain pump has two brown wires on it. Remove the wires and check continuity across the drain pump terminals.
Voltage to the pump can be checked in a drain cycle but voltage must be checked with the pump hooked up to the brown wires to get a good reading.
With the access panel removed you can listen to the pump in drain and see if it hums or vibrates. If the pump is humming but not draining then the pump is bad. If the pump is completely dead then the problem can be with the voltage from the control.