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#7943 02/28/02 10:34 PM
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Is it legal to have a 20a 120v single recepticle outdoors "not GFI protected", for a spa if the spa has its own GFI built into the plug? Does the recept have to be 5 feet away from the spa?


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#7944 03/01/02 09:19 AM
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I believe the only exception to GFCI protection for 120 volt receptacles in dwellings is for de-icing equipment. No one knows if someone will unplug the spa and plug in a hedge clipper at some point.

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#7945 03/02/02 01:19 AM
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680 !
part VI 680.40 ,,,680.42 then in partII read 680.22(a)(4) that should be enough for ya!


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