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#1 posted 08-11-2012 05:20 PM

According to the code a hot tub should be GFCI protected. I usually see this at the circuit breaker for the tub. You could try this but it might trip. If this is the case you might need to change the breaker to a non GFCI breaker. GFCI tends to trip easily. Try it first and see.

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