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2002 NEC #165311 06/25/07 11:38 AM
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SOMEONE "BORROWED" MY CODE BOOK OVER THE WEEKEND, CAN SOMEONE GIVE THE 680 REFERANCE FOR THE DISTANCE FROM A JACUZZI THE A DISCONNECT MUST BE--THANKS, CAN'T WAIT FOR JAN. 08 WHEN WE GET TO 2005--FINALLY

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Re: 2002 NEC [Re: ccdave] #165314 06/25/07 12:36 PM
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Do you mean this one?
680.41 Emergency Switch for Spas and Hot Tubs.
A clearly labeled emergency shutoff or control switch for the purpose of stopping the motor(s) that provide power to the recirculation system and jet system shall be installed at a point readily accessible to the users and not less than 1.5 m (5 ft) away, adjacent to, and within sight of the spa or hot tub. This requirement shall not apply to single-family dwellings.


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Re: 2002 NEC [Re: ghost307] #165320 06/25/07 03:01 PM
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Or this which also applies to a spa
680.22(C) Switching Devices. Switching devices shall be located at least 1.5 m (5 ft) horizontally from the inside walls of a pool unless separated from the pool by a solid fence, wall, or other permanent barrier. Alternatively, a switch that is listed as being acceptable for use within 1.5 m (5 ft) shall be permitted.


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Re: 2002 NEC [Re: gfretwell] #165329 06/25/07 05:58 PM
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Don't forget the required GFCI protected receptacle.

Re: 2002 NEC [Re: ccdave] #165356 06/26/07 08:17 AM
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thank you all--dave


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