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hot tub electric question

Posted by ski_d_bump (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 21, 11 at 13:50

Running 6-3 in house from panel then 4 individual 6's out thru 1" pipe to gfi disconnect then 4 individual 6's tub.. correct?

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RE: hot tub electric question

I am installing a Hot tub on a 12 x 16 pad.I am running 1" pipe"pvc" from house to disconnect"on pad" to tub for the 4 6g wires.

From pannel "50 amp breaker" i am running 6/3 to junction box then flex pipe to lb on outside pipe

RE: hot tub electric question

"1" pipe"pvc" "

make sure you have PVC conduit (it is n9t rated the same as pipe for DWV and that it is marked as UV resistant.

RE: hot tub electric question

Question...isn't an insulated ground is required for spas and pools. Is that all the way back to the service panel?

To the OP, you probably don't need a #6 ground. #10 should be sufficient for a 50 amp circuit. Saves a little money.

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