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#30705 - 10/25/03 07:22 PM Installing a New Spa  
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Question for all the guru's out there.

I have gotten on the wire installed and buried 18in's and installed my GFCI box 50 amp.

My question is how do kill the power at the meter on the house?


thanks,

HD

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#30706 - 10/25/03 08:19 PM Re: Installing a New Spa  
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Call an electrician. Sorry, but I think it would pretty irresponsible on my part to explain how to wire something to someone that MAY not be qualified to do the installation.


EDIT: Bill: Perhaps my response is too harsh. If you deem it inappropriate, please feel free to delete it. I trust your judgement.

[This message has been edited by Ryan_J (edited 10-25-2003).]


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