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Sauna #98563
06/01/06 07:03 PM
06/01/06 07:03 PM
HCE727  Offline OP
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Does a cord and plug sauna have to be GFI protected (120-volt, 20-amp with a 20-amp outlet)?


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Re: Sauna #98564
06/01/06 09:53 PM
06/01/06 09:53 PM
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George Little  Offline
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I don't know of any code requirement for a "Sauna" to be on a GFCI protected circuit. There could be something in the Manufacturer Specs but I'd be surprised .


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