Install of the leak repair kit was pretty straightforward. The were only a few differences I could see between the new parts and the old parts. The original turbidity sensor was sealed with what appeared to be black RTV sealant, whereas the new sensor had an o-ring. One of the clamps on a connector hose was changed from a normal wormgear type clamp to a spring clamp. The new float looked a little bit different. The rest of the parts looked the same. All the other hoses, couplers, clamps, drain pump, drain valve all looked the same.
Total job took about 2 hours start to finish. Not having to read instructions on the next one will save some time. Also repair time will vary depending on how difficult the unit is to pull out and reinstall.