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#16961 - 11/19/02 03:11 PM 60 amp GFCI  
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We are putting in a jacuzzi with a 60 amp breaker. Does anyone know where we can get a 60 amp GFCI? It's a G-job, not a company job.
Scott


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#16962 - 11/19/02 04:00 PM Re: 60 amp GFCI  
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Scotts, The Jecuzzis I have wire usually require a 50 amp. GFI, and I usually get them from the local electric supply house or Lowes has a weatherproof panel that comes with a 50 amp. GFI that is designated just for jecuzzis. In my area the panel and breaker at Lowes is around $90.00, which is a good price considering the breaker itself usually costs around $90.00 or so at my supply house.. Hope this helps....


#16963 - 11/19/02 05:08 PM Re: 60 amp GFCI  
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Siemens makes a 60A gfi, around $130 if i recall....


#16964 - 11/19/02 05:35 PM Re: 60 amp GFCI  
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Cutler-Hammer makes them also.


#16965 - 11/20/02 09:39 AM Re: 60 amp GFCI  
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square d makes one, try e-bay for a deal.


#16966 - 11/22/02 03:50 PM Re: 60 amp GFCI  
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If safety is a concern, and GFCI is all about safety, I certainly would NOT buy circuit breakers from ebay. For all you know the breaker could have come from a flooded basement.



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