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This sounds like a problem with the air switch. You (or a plumber/electrician) will have to access the pump to check out the switch.
It looks like this model has a removable skirt. Pump should be on the end opposite the drain. If you don't have a removable skirt then you should have an access panel to get to the pump. There is no info available on the switch. It's probably on the top of the pump and will have a small diameter tube connected to it. You can bypass the switch lead to the pump motor to determine if the issue is with the pump or the switch. If the pump runs then the switch is the problem. There's a chance the switch tube is not securely attached which might cause the problem you describe. I can send you a link to the manual but it isn't much help
Here's the manual
How did this work out?
I'd check with local plumbing supply houses. Tubs are (almost) always sourced locally so the local supply house that sells or sold this brand is your best bet for parts.