Issue started about 6 months ago. Sewer backed up and saw water puddling and no spray. Noticed the breaker for the pump was either shut off or tripped. I was told that sometimes people that mow will shut it off so they don't get sprayed. Breakers are ABB. Has 2 of the 10 amp and 1 20 amp. Reset the breaker and all was well for some time. The system would function as it should. Recently went out and it smelled horrid. I opened the chlorinator and it was full so the system hadn't been pumping. Checked the pump breaker and it was tripped. Reset it and nothing. Went to the main power panel and it was tripped as well. Reset both and it sprayed for some time. Hours it seemed. Went and did some other things and came back and the breaker for the pump tripped again. Reset it and it sprayed for quite a while again. Repeated this process a few more times. Today I switched the two 10 amp breakers. Same thing happened. I also tested the breakers and they tested good. I also bought a 15 amp breaker and tried that same issue and it tripped itself and also the 30 amp fuse in the main panel. I pulled the pump out (STA-RITE STEP 20-02) all looked well but had some debris on it's filter shield so I cleaned it off. Tried a dry start and immediately tripped the breaker. Lowered back in the tank tried again same result. Won't run for any time now immediately tripps. Any ideas as to how to fix this issue? Is it the pump is it the wiring is it something else??