I went by a prospective customers home yesterday to give an estimate on wiring a hot tub. Upon inspection of the tub the instructions indicate a three wire connection. Two hots and a ground. No neutral connection in the hot tub, no internal GFCI protection provided. There is a neutral generated inside the internal components of the hot tub for lighting and control circuits. Without a neutral connection how would one go about protecting the hot tub with a GFCI breaker. Has anyone run across this before? If I cannot provide the GFCI protection required I will have to tell the customer I cannot do the work.