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#93694 06/07/05 05:22 PM
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Does a hot tub need a disconnect at the site? Or a GFCI breaker will suffice out of site.
I know in a commercial non residential setting there is a emergency disconnect required. How about a residential setting?

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#93695 06/07/05 07:20 PM
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680.12 requires the disconnect to be readily accessible and within sight of the equipment that it serves...

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