Hi all - I inherited a Polaris 280 cleaner when I purchased my new home that appears to have some significant age to it. The hose tangles and traps the vacuum at the same spot against the connection to the wall. I suspect the swivel connector needs replacing (there is a small leak and it’s stiff), but the hose itself is also very stiff so the whole hose and swivel probably need replacing. I also checked the wheel RPMs which are 20 (too low, and Indicates to me a water follow issue somewhere) so I removed the blue restrictor that’s in the universal wall fitting which helped the flow and speed of the robot, but did not stop the tangling. The robot tangles in exactly the same path and same way every time - when the backup jet is propelling the robot, it wraps up the hose immediately and locks up the vacuum against the wall. The booster pump that runs this vacuum also has a very loud grating sound and a small leak - a malfunction there could explain my low RPMs and reduced water flow. So my question is this - what’s the best efficient and cost effective way forward - should I start replacing items one by one and seeing if I get a decent solve - or call out a repair company for the booster pump first and consider a complete repair kit for the Polaris? A whole new Polaris? Trying to balance time and saving money. Thanks for your thoughts!