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Heater board is unable to stabalize temperature

I have a sr 400na in which the spa would get extremly hot. The control panel could not reset the high temperature of 255 degrees, with each attempt to reset at 104. I believe the heater control board is failed? I have the actual control board pn 42001-0096, but the manual says this model number should have a part number 42002-007S which one is correct?

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