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#33469 - 01/21/04 05:56 AM outside hot tub
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According to what I understand in the code, an outside hot tub must be the same wiring methods as a swimming pool in regards to being wired in "rigid metal conduit, intermediate conduit, or nonmetallic rigid conduit etc... Am I correct in this interpertation??? Thanks Steve....

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#33470 - 01/21/04 01:58 PM Re: outside hot tub
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That's correct except for 680.42(A)(1) that permits the use of liquidtight flex in lengths not longer than 6ft. for packaged or self-contained spas or hot tubs.
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#33471 - 01/21/04 06:24 PM Re: outside hot tub
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I thought that any Chapter 3 method like NM-B could be used for the interior portion of the circuit until it hits the disco. Then it would need to switch methods and have an insulated ground wire.

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#33472 - 01/21/04 06:33 PM Re: outside hot tub
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NM can be used for the interior portion provided the ECG is not smaller than No. 12 per 680.42(C)
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