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It is more than likely your heating element. Not sure what style they use but if you send me a pic of your equipment, spa pack w/ the cover removed, I can walk you thru how to test it.
If you have a good grasp of electricity, find the heating element and with the power off remove the leads. Try to plug it back in, reset the gfci, and give it a minute. If it doens't trip and everything runs fine replace the heating element. With most spa packs it is possible to replace only the element, some like watkins you have to replace the whole heater. If the spa still trips with the heater disconnected start unplugging your equipment starting with the ozone, then blower, then pumps, one at a time until your braker stays on.
if the spa does not heat up to 104 degrees then the temp sensor is what you are going to need. Are there error codes showing on the screen of the topside? You will need to know the model number of the control box or the model number of the heater tube in order to get the proper sensor.