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  1. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Hey , just want to know is there any reason not to have 2 GFCI breakers for a hot tub? In my main panel I have. 2 Pole 40 AMP Breaker ,Interrupting Rating 10,000 A. I just bought a spa breaker comes with 40AMP GFCI Breaker. Should I replace my main breaker panel with a regular 40AMP breaker or...
  2. Spa

    General Electrical Discussion
    I recently installed some wiring for a hot tub. There was some existing wiring going to the location however there was no neutral. I added a neutral wire going from a 2 pole GFCI breaker. It was late and I was tired and I made a mistake; I added the neutral to the bus in the enclosure with the...
  3. NEC Code Forum
    Manufacturer replaced defective spa, installers would not reconnect existing 60-amp (fused) outdoor AC disconnect due to it being mounted on spa about 12" away from floor. 60-amp GFCI OCPD at MSP.
  4. General Electrical Discussion
    I’m trouble shooting a hot tub GFCI disconnect that keeps tripping. After I checked all the connections from the disconnect to the hot tub and everything looks hooked up properly. If I turn the disconnect on without a load hooked up to it, the GFCI trips. I tried doing it with the lines...
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    Hey guys. There's an existing 8/3 Romex from the house panel directly to the hot tub. The wire comes out of the wall under the deck and goes directly into the tub. It's protected in the panel with a GFI breaker. The hot tub is moving to a new location from the deck onto a pad in the backyard...
  6. General Electrical Discussion
    Installed a Murray 30 amp 2 pole GFI for a hot tub about 5 years ago .This hot tub required a neutral connection....customer had been using the test button to shut hot tub down for periodic servicing(which was probably less frequent than Murray recommends testing the "test" button).customer...
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