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Can I connect my hot tub to a 220 volt shop circuit?


By Dave Rongey - Summary:

Typical a hot tub requires a dedicated 220 volt 4-wire GFCI circuit. More detailed information can be found here…

Electrical Question from Keith about Other Electrical Issue

Question: I have a 220 plug in my shop. Just put a hot tub in on the outside of that wall. Do they make a wire connection that I can connect to my hot tub and plug into the shop 220 volt wall outlet?

Dave’s Reply:

Thanks for your electrical question Keith. I would need more specific information about the required circuit for the your specific hot tub, however I will tell you that a typical hot tub requires a dedicated  220 volt 4-wire GFCI circuit. More detailed information can be found here in the Hot Tub area here in this website.
Just click the Hot Tub Wiring Diagram Information link below.

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