The only thing good on the old spa was the shell. The shell was in A1 condition. Everything else was replaced all electro / mechanical parts, wiring, and case. Looks like new and did the whole job for less than $2,600. It took me about a month of free time but worth the time and money. I was going to cut it up but decided to restore it. I documented the job as I went along.
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Bad part was that after 2 weeks of use I reacted to the Bromine now I can't use it until my skin clears up. Think I'm going to drain it, clean it, and switch to chlorine.