Originally Posted by a2zunknown
I believe its a Lowes Sub-Panel all in one kit with breaker. If it wasnt Lowes it was Home Depot. It was about $150. Cant find a replacement breaker for less than $90. Seems kind of high. IDK if 50 amp is required or if i can go to a 40 or 30. Anyone know?
To find the answer open up the cover and read the label they will list the manufacter breaker name on the listing and to replace keep the same amp rating as old one is there.
When you change the GFCI breaker PLEASE pay attetion to the connection espcally on netural part the netural curry pigtail that will go right on the netural bussbar while the load ( to the spa ) netural will go to the load netural termatal location and it genrally well marked so you can't miss it.
So look at the breaker namebrand if not sure just take a photo and post it one of us will tell right away what brand.