Some time back we found the spa side switch was not working correctly. One button was not working at all. Then things began behaving strangely (things on or off when they should not have been -- maybe that's what damaged the cleaner booster pump?) and we determined that by reprogramming the Aqualink to ignore the spa side switch, things were OK again.
So, now we need to decide do we fix this or hire it out? I see the replacement part on line. How hard is this to do? Apparently we need to find the end connection at the equipment pad, tie a line to the wire and begin pulling the line through to the spa location as we pull out the old switch unit. (Why is there not a wire connection at the switch to leave the wire in place?)
Any tricks that we need to be aware of before we order parts?