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Infrared Sauna Electrical Circuit

Understanding Electrical Wiring and Electrical Circuit Requirements for a Infrared Sauna – It is a very common mistake that a circuit is installed before knowing exactly what the required circuit size should be

 

Infrared Sauna Electrical Circuit Requirements
Electrical Question: I just purchased a 3-person Infrared sauna that is now on my covered lanai.

Thank you very much for the help.

This electrical wiring question came from: Jeff, a Homeowner from Sarasota, Florida.
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Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical wiring question Jeff.

Electrical Wiring and Electrical Circuit Requirements for a Infrared Sauna

Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced.
Tools Required: Basic Electricians Pouch Hand Tools and Voltage Tester.
Estimated Time: Depends on personal level experience and ability to work with tools.
Notice: Installing additional electrical wiring should be done with a permit and be inspected.

Understanding Electrical Wiring and Electrical Circuit Requirements for a Infrared Sauna

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2 Responses to “Infrared Sauna Electrical Circuit”
  1. tom lee says:

    I ordered a infared sauna say’s I need a 20amp designated circuit. I have space on my panel to add breakers,what size wire should I use? do I need coduit, I’m installing it in master bedroom,is there a way to use existing wire? Thanks for your help, Tom

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