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#216602 - 01/03/16 11:54 AM Hot Tub ground
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I have left my code book at the office, and my friend has a question regarding a 50amp hot tub. Does it need #6 ground minimum. He has 30meters of 3c#6 Teck, but the ground is a #8. Anyone got the 2015 code book to hand?

Thanks for your help

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#216620 - 01/05/16 06:59 PM Re: Hot Tub ground [Re: Llywelyn]
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I don't have my code book in front of me to provide the reference, but manufactured cable assemblies are considered to have a bonding conductor sufficiently sized for that cable. So your friend will be fine.

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