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#100785 - 01/02/07 08:50 PM Hot Tub Bonding  
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Is some type of bonding required on the Hot tub motor when there is not copper piping in the house? The house has the new plastic water piping througout.


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#100786 - 01/02/07 09:14 PM Re: Hot Tub Bonding  
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What's there to be bonded?

Check with your AHJ first, but the equipment grounding conductor run with your power source should be suffice to bond the motor.

I had an AHJ once ask me to run a solid #8 copper from the motor ground lug to a sub panel in the attic. The motor wasn't installed last time I was there and I haven't been back since so I don't know if it was ever installed. I sure wish I could ask him what article he was quoting.



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