For the pump to stop DEAD it has to be electrical. Check as noted above. Starting at the output side of the pump mounted pressure switch and working your way back to the panel till you have power. Input side of pressure switch, power from the on/off switch or switches, power to the on/off switches, power from the fuse. The point of no power will define the point of failure.
If however you have power on the output side of the pump motor mounted pressure switch the pump most likely has opened.
If you have 2 control switches. one on the monitor panel and one in the bathroom this diagram will help. Note the pump is the light in this circuit. With circuit the pump can be controlled by either switch. If both switches are in the same position the pump is on. Turning either one will turn it off. While the pump is off turning either one will turn the pump on.
If you start at the switch closest to the pump, likely the bathroom switch, you should have power on at least one terminal. Turning the switch should give you power on a second terminal also. If you can not get power to a second terminal the switch is bad. If there is no power there go to the other switch. There you should have power on at least two terminals and turning the switch should move power to the third terminal. If no power at all the problem is closer to the fuse panel. If power on one terminal and nothing a second the switch is bad.