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hot tubs #94095
07/05/05 10:39 PM
07/05/05 10:39 PM
watersparkfalls  Offline OP
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there must be six feet from outlet on outside of house to the tub correct?

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Re: hot tubs #94096
07/06/05 03:43 PM
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Five feet

Re: hot tubs #94097
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10 feet.
And it's mandatory to have one between 10'- 20'.
Outdoor spas are treated the same as pools.


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Re: hot tubs #94098
07/06/05 07:51 PM
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Oops I'm a dummy. Was thinking indoor installation.

Re: hot tubs #94099
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thanks guys...
this site is cool!!!

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watersparkfalls  Offline OP
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speedy can you quote nec art # for the 10-20'
rule thanks
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Re: hot tubs #94101
07/07/05 11:56 AM
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680.22(A)(3) Dwelling Unit(s). Where a permanently installed pool is installed at a dwelling unit(s), no fewer than one 125-volt 15- or 20-ampere receptacle on a general-purpose branch circuit shall be located not less than 3.0 m (10 ft) from and not more than 6.0 m (20 ft) from the inside wall of the pool. This receptacle shall be located not more than 2.0 m (6 ft 6 in.) above the floor, platform, or grade level serving the pool.


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