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#31021 - 11/06/03 11:38 AM Spa - GFI  
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If a 50a 240v outdoor spa has the GFI on the plug, can I run the circuit not using a GFI breaker?


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#31022 - 11/06/03 01:07 PM Re: Spa - GFI  
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I believe if you feed a gfci device with another gfci device it will nuisance trip.
The gfci plug or disconnect should suffice which will be fed by a 50 amp dp breaker.

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