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  1. For years Ive been trying to find replacement suction covers for the broken ones on our 2008 H2X Masterspa. I ordered the ones described as pre 2009. but they are too small. After failing to find ones that fit and being told it might be replumbed to take another fitting, I decided to try my own Fix. By cutting about 1/8 inch off of three of the four splines that the cover attaches to, the smaller suction covers fit well. The part number for the new (smaller) suction cover is 30231U-LG. It is VGB compliant. You will need to use the original screws or find the replacement, the one coming with the new cover is too small and too short. I used a fine tooth Japanese saw to trim about ⅛ inch from three splines. A notch in the new cover will fit over the fourth spline without trimming. I hope this is useful to those who need replacements for the original suction covers. Added: I suggest you not attempt this fix under water.
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