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Hot tub breaker

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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 just leave it as is?

Two GFCI Breakers on one circuit wouldn't think it would matter ?

Thanks in advance
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