I recently obtained a "free" 12 year old hot tub from my in-laws. I had to replace the skimmer, because they damaged it during the move. I assumed all the plumbing was good because they used it prior to pulling it out but I was wrong. After replacing the skimmer and running temporary power to it, I filled it up with water. Thats when I notice about 5 or 6 leaks in the plumbing fittings. One of which is on the skimmer (that I just replaced for $150) suction side. The remainder of the leaks are at the jet lines. It is leaking at the skimmer inlet which leaves me no way to cut it out and repair. Everything is flex except for the fittings. Is there any type of cement/apoxy that you can apply to stop the leaks? I have already dumped about $350 on this "free" hot tub and I dont want to buy another skimmer and I dont want to re-plumb the entire thing. Should I just count my losses and move on? I will also need to build a frame and box it in and buy a new cover which will be another big expense.